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Bull Run Occoquan Trail

  • Address:
    10875 Hampton Road
    Fairfax Station, VA 22039
  • Phone:
    (703) 250-9124
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Perfect for hikers or those on horseback, this incredible path along the Bull Run Stream Valley and Occoquan Reservoir takes visitors through more than 5,000 acres of scenic woodlands. Along this track, one will also find one of the region’s richest untapped historic resources. This area played a vital role at different times in our history from the Revolutionary to the Civil War. Sites along the trail include various battle points and land features, as well as the more curious, like a grouping of earthen mounds that once comprised a make-shift Civil War fort.

The trail is 18 miles long, beginning at Bull Run Regional Park in the north and ending at Fountainhead Regional Park in the south.