Browse Fairfax County's many outdoor activities, from hiking and biking trails to zip lining and quiet park areas. Plus, camping, boating, fishing and more!
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Burke Lake Park

Burke Lake Park is a serene place to view the fall foliage.
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Great Falls Park

Great Falls National Park has miles of hiking trails, stunning overlooks, picnic facilities, and much more.
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Green Spring Gardens

Green Spring Gardens hosts a number of workshops, garden sales, and activities for children throughout the year.
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Huntley Meadows

Huntley Meadows is one of the largest parks in the County, and is home to beaver-created wetlands, wildlife observation platforms, an interpretive trail system and much more.
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Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

"Meadowlark Botanical Gardens has a special interactive area designed for children, featuring a tea party set-up, a ""bat cave"" and child-friendly seating."
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Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

For a peaceful stroll and to learn about the many flora in the park, visit Meadowlark Botanical Gardens and its Korean Bell Garden on your trip to Fairfax County.
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Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

Meadowlark Botanical Gardens is one of the best spots in the County to see Cherry Blossoms, and the park hosts events in conjunction with downtown Washington, D.C.'s National Cherry Blossom Festival each year.
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Riverbend Park

Riverbend Park is a beautiful park, with trails along the Potomac leading into Great Falls National Park.
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Riverbend Park

Riverbend Park is one of the best spots to see wildlife in Fairfax County, no matter what the season is.
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River Farm

River Farm has stunning gardens, and is headquarters of the American Horticultural Society.
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River Farm

River Farm has stunning gardens, and is headquarters of the American Horticultural Society.
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Burke Lake Park

Many of the Fairfax County parks offer activities such as kayaking, boating, hiking, biking and more. Image: Burke Lake Park.
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Burke Lake Park

Many of the parks also offer family-friendly activities and programs, such as miniature golf. Image: Burke Lake Park.
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Clemyjontri Park

"Clemyjontri Park was designed for children of all abilities and is divided into different ""rooms"" to help children learn important skills, such as counting, colors, physical activity, music and more."
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Clemyjontri Park

"Clemyjontri Park was designed for children of all abilities and is divided into different ""rooms"" to help children learn important skills, such as counting, colors, physical activity, music and more."
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Fountainhead Regional Park

Fountainhead Regional Park is a great spot for fishing with the whole family.
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Fountainhead Regional Park

Fountainhead Regional Park also has boat rentals, kayaks, paddle boats and more.
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Frying Pan Farm Park

Frying Pan Farm Park in Herndon is home to many adorable farm animals, such as goats, pigs, cows, horses and cats. Children can get up close and personal and get involved in special programs.
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Frying Pan Farm Park

Frying Pan Farm Park is a haven for child-friendly activities, and also hosts various concerts and events throughout the year.
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Great Falls Park

Great Falls National Park in autumn.
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Great Falls Park

Great Falls National Park is a great family-friendly spot to visit.
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Lake Accotink

Many of the Fairfax County parks offer special events, and activities such as kayaking, boating, hiking, biking and more. Image: Lake Accotink.
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Lake Fairfax

There are many fun waterparks and swimming adventures to be had in Fairfax County. Image: Lake Fairfax
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Lake Fairfax

There are many fun waterparks and swimming adventures to be had in Fairfax County. Image: Lake Fairfax
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Lake Fairfax

There are many fun waterparks and swimming adventures to be had in Fairfax County. Image: Lake Fairfax
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Meadowlark Botanical Gardens

The public Korean Bell Garden and Pavilion at Meadowlark Botanical Gardens is the only one of its kind in the entire Western Hemisphere.
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Pohick Bay Regional Park

There are many fun waterparks and swimming adventures to be had in Fairfax County. Image:Pohick Bay Regional Park
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