Mason Neck State Park 7301 High Point Rd., Lorton, VA 22079; Phone: 703-339-2385; Email: MasonNeck@dcr.virginia.gov Latitude, 38.654365. Longitude, -77.184114.
Mason Neck State Park is a favorite destination for outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife lovers. Bird watching, especially for American bald eagles, and guided canoe trips of Kane's Creek and Belmont Bay are favorites with park visitors. The park's wetlands, forest, open water, ponds and open fields make it ideal for environmental study and ...
Description. Mason Neck State Park is made up of wetlands, forest, open water, open fields and pond, making it a great place to hike, watch wildlife (especially bald eagles!) have a picnic with your friends and family, canoe, kayak or take a bike ride. Entrance fee per passenger vehicle.
Description. Mason Neck State Park is a gem among Virginia’s fine state parks. The nature center, which provides information about natural history and the park’s trails and wildlife, has been wonderfully landscaped with butterfly gardens.
A non-refundable $5 per transaction fee is charged for overnight site rentals. The fee is directly tied to expenses that support overall facility rentals — credit card fees, 800 number fees, and overnight inventory and reservation system vendor fees. It is charged per reservation and for walk-in stays. Here are fees for Breaks Interstate Park.
The park has an area of 1,814 acres (7.34 km 2) and is home to bald eagles, great blue herons, ospreys, and many other types of wildlife. The park also contains white-tailed deer and many species of lichen. Mason Neck State Park is one of the best locations to view bald eagles in northern Virginia.
There are sections of boardwalk as well as steps in certain areas to make the trail more accessible. There are many other features in the park as well: a nice visitor center, boat launch, beach area, playground, picnic sites, and more. Written July 29, 2020.