Parks, Trails and Fields

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Within the City of Fairfax's six square miles, there are over 220 acres of park land, comprised of 25 parks with rentable pavilions, playgrounds, athletic fields and 28 miles of trails. The city also offers other recreational areas, including basketball, tennis, and volleyball courts. To keep our parks safe, clean and attractive, everyone is asked to follow the Park Rules and Regulations.

1. Ashby Pond Conservatory Site (4 acres)

9817 Ashby Road

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  • natural pond
  • picnic tables
  • walking trail

2. Cobbdale Park (.5 acres)

3600 Burrows Avenue

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  • playground equipment
  • picnic tables

3. Country Club Hills Commons

10050 Spring Lake Terrace

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  • picnic pavilion
  • benches
  • walking trail


4. Dale Lestina Park (7 acres) 

3157 Plantation Parkway

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  • playground equipment
  • walking trail

5. Daniels Run Elementary School

3705 Old Lee Highway

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  • playground equipment
  • soccer field
  • 2 softball fields

6. Daniels Run Park (48 acres)

Embassy Lane, Estel Road, Heritage Lane and Tedrich Boulevard

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  • bike/hike/jog trail
  • picnic pavilion
  • small tot lot
  • wooded park land


7. Draper Drive Park (16 acres)

9797 Beech Drive

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  • bike/hike/jog trail
  • two multi-purpose synthetic turf fields

8. Fairchester Woods Park (1 acre)

10836 Warwick Avenue

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  • basketball court
  • park benches
  • playground equipment

9. Fairfax High School
3501 Rebel Run

 

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  • baseball fields
  • softball fields
  • indoor and outdoor basketball courts
  • racquetball courts
  • tennis courts
  • outdoor track
  • weight rooms
10. Gateway Regional Park
3333 Old Pickett Road

 

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  • bike trail pavilion
  • park benches

11. George Snyder Trail

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  • Hiking Trail

12. Green Acres Center (10 acres)
4401 Sideburn Road

 

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  • outdoor basketball court
  • Little League field
  • playground equipment
  • soccer fields
  • indoor activity rooms

13. Jester Property
10735 West Drive (adjacent to Providence Park)
  • undeveloped open space

14. Kitty Pozer Garden
10386 Main Street
  • benches

15. Kutner Park (10.5 acres)

3901 Jermantown Road

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  • hiking trail
  • picnic pavilion
  • 3 grills
  • play equipment
  • soccer field
  • tennis court
  • volleyball court

16. Old Town Square

          10386 Main Street

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  • benches 
  • Fairfax Rotary clock 
  • Kitty Pozer Garden
  • lawn oval 
  • McCandlish Memorial Garden
  • outdoor tables and chairs 
  • pergola
  • plaza
  • splash pad (interactive fountain)
  • Wi-Fi        

17. Pat Rodio Park (4 acres)

3800 Keith Avenue

 

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  • football field
  • Little League fields
  • playground equipment

18. Providence Elementary School
3616 Jermantown Road

 

 

  • outdoor basketball court
  • playground equipment
  • softball fields
  • Little League fields

19. Providence Park (20 acres)
10715 West Drive

 

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  • bike/hike trail
  • picnic pavilion
  • 3 grills
  • playground equipment
  • tennis courts
  • Large multipurpose field

20. Ranger Road Park (10 acres)
9701 Ranger Road

 

 

  • basketball court
  • picnic area
  • 2 grills
  • playground equipment

21. Ratcliffe Park (6 acres)
10300 Sager Avenue

 

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  • picnic pavilion
  • 2 grills
  • basketball court
  • Little League field
  • small multipurpose field
  • playground equipment

22. Rebel Run property
9985 Fairfax Boulevard
  • undeveloped open space

23. Sager Trail
10318 Sager Avenue
  • undeveloped open space
  • fully accessible wooded walking path between Sager Avenue and Route 236/Main Street east

24. Shiloh Street Park
10400 Shiloh Street

 

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  • playground equipment
  • hiking trail

25. Sidney Lanier Middle School
3801 Jermantown Road

 

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  • indoor and outdoor basketball courts
  • soccer fields
  • outdoor running track
  • indoor activity rooms

26. Stafford East Park
3255 Stafford Drive
  • undeveloped open space

27. Stafford Drive Park (24 acres)
3300 Stafford Drive

 

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  • barrier-free playground
  • fully accessible walking trail
  • multi-purpose synthetic turf field

28. Ted Grefe Park
9980 Mosby Road
  • linear undeveloped open space
  • walking trail

29. Thaiss Memorial Park (10 acres)
3401 Pickett Road

 

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  • Little League fields
  • picnic pavilion
  • 1 grill
  • playground equipment

30. Van Dyck Park (20 acres)
3720 Old Lee Highway

 

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  • lighted basketball court
  • exercise trail
  • multi-purpose play areas
  • picnic pavilion
  • 3 grills (one in upper pavilion, one next to tennis courts, one in lower pavilion)
  • playground equipment
  • 4 - lighted tennis courts
  • 3 - sand volleyball courts

31. Westmore Elementary School
11000 Berry Street

 

 

  • outdoor basketball court
  • Little League/softball field
  • playground equipment
  • soccer/football practice field

32. Westmore Park (1 acre)
4030 Fern Street

 

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  • basketball court
  • picnic pavilion
  • playground equipment

33. Willcoxon Park (3 acres)
9725 Fairfax Boulevard (along Ridge Avenue east to Pickett Road )
  • hiking/biking trail
  • benches
City of Fairfax ADA Policy
The City of Fairfax Parks and Recreation Department will comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. The City of Fairfax Parks and Recreation Department will make reasonable accommodations in recreation programs to enable participation by an individual with a disability who meets essential eligibility requirements for that recreation program. The ADA requires that recreation programs offered by City of Fairfax Parks and Recreation Department be available in the most integrated setting appropriate for each individual.
 
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at
parksrec@fairfaxva.gov