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Lake Accotink

  • Address:
    7500 Accotink Park Rd.
    Springfield, VA 22150
  • Phone:
    (703) 569-3464
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Facilities and activities vary by season and include canoe, rowboat and pedal boat rentals, fishing, tour-boat rides, a boat launch, bait and tackle sales, a nine-green double holed miniature golf course, an antique carousel, snack bar, pavilion shelters (reservations encouraged), picnic areas with grills, restrooms, and a playground, a 3.75-mile hiking/biking trail and two open play fields. Civil War Trails marker adjacent to the parking lot details the story of the strategic Orange and Alexandria railroad trestle over Accotink Cree, targeted by Confederate forces seeking to disrupt Union supply lines.