Prince William Forest Park, known for its woods and streams, welcomes campers, hikers, bikers and nature lovers to learn park history and enjoy events. Established in 1936, the 15,000 acre Prince William Forest Park is the largest protected natural area in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan region.…
Best Hikes in Prince William County. The National Park Service maintains excellent trails at Manassas National Battlefield and Prince William Forest. Both sites offer a wonderful mix of nature and history. Other trails include a Virginia State Park and a pretty wetlands boardwalk. First Manassas Loop, Manassas National Battlefield
Visitors can explore Prince William Forest Park in Northern Virginia on 37 miles of beautiful hiking trails and a scenic loop drive with dedicated bike lanes. The 15,000-acre park has an interesting history, which you can learn about at the Visitor Center and at historic buildings throughout the park.
Prince William Forest Park. Located 35 miles south of Washington DC, Prince William Forest Park is one of the largest Northern Virginia campgrounds. The National Park site offers a 100-site Oak Ridge Campground for tents and RVs (no hookups), a separate RV campground with full hookups, group camping, and several cabins for individuals and groups.
Prince William Forest Park, Triangle. One of the hidden gems in Northern Virginia, Prince William Forest is an excellent place to hike, bike, and of course, picnic. This is a great option for a picnic stop close to Route 95, especially if you have a National Park Pass.
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Explore a little-known part of the park and tour a cabin camp built in the 1930s. Join park rangers at Cabin Camp 2 at Prince William Forest Park to learn more about the period of the park’s history in the 1940s when the Office of Strategic Services (OSS) trained spies in the park.
With two National Park sites—Manassas Battlefield and Prince William Forest—there are many trails to explore in Prince William County. The Neabsco Creek Boardwalk is our favorite spot for an easy stroll over an interesting wetland. Manassas National Battlefield Loop Hike E — 5.5 miles — Manassas
Eight miles to the west, Prince William National Forest is another excellent destination for hiking and biking. Plan your visit with our guide to Prince William Forest Park. Across Occoquan Bay in Fairfax County, about a 25-minute drive from the Neabsco Boardwalk is more excellent hiking at Mason Neck State Park.