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Fountainhead Regional Park 10875 Hampton Road Fairfax Station VA 22039 United States 703-250-9124 email@example.com Manager: Kate Irwin Connect With Us Google Parks - Algonkian Regional Park- March 15-16, 2023: Currently experiencing a telephone outage. The park may be reached through email at Algonkian@nvrpa.org
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Fountainhead Park offers commanding views of the Occoquan, great fishing and boating, mountain biking, access to the 17-mile Bull Run-Occoquan Trail, kayak tours and rentals, and much more. The park also features a miniature golf course, and a marina building with sandwiches, snacks, beverages, bait and tackle, fishing licenses and other necessities.
Fountainhead Regional Park offers four different trails for horses and their riders throughout the park. The trails vary in length, and several wind along the Occoquan Reservoir, providing excellent views of the water. The park’s equestrian trails are managed by the Clifton Horse Society. Trail Fishing
Fountainhead Regional Park is a challenging mountain biking destination trail in Fairfax County Virginia managed by Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority (NVRPA). Established in 1994 by cooperation between Mid Atlantic Off Road Enthusiasts (MORE) and NVRPA with volunteer labor and funding from Recreational Trails Program (RTP).