Bull Run Marina Regional Park

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Bull Run Marina Regional Park


(703) 250-9124

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Located on the waters of the Occoquan Reservoir, Bull Run Marina is part of the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority's 5,000 acres of preserved Bull Run-Occoquan Stream Valley land. The water at this location offers opportunities for high school crew practice and fishing and boating. It is a wonderful place to relax and enjoy an afternoon with family and friends.

While currently unstaffed, those wishing to launch watercraft at the marina may purchase a season pass and gate key at Fountainhead Regional Park ((703) 250-9124), located downstream at 10875 Hampton Road. Those wishing to hike the trails or fish from the shore may park in the lot across and up the road from the marina and walk down, keeping in mind that all patrons must be out of the park by dark.

Open for training, competitive rowing practices and by special permits to anglers and boaters.

Map of Bull Run Marina Regional Park

Latitude, Longitude: 38.744377, -77.384176



  • Boating

    Use of the boat ramp requires a launch fee or membership.

  • Hiking

    Bull Run Marina has access point to the Bull Run Occoquan Trail.

  • Horseback Riding

    Please contact the park for information on horseback riding.


Spring and fall are generally comfortable with precipitation possible. Summers can be hot and humid with average temperatures in the high 80s and with sudden thunderstorms possible. July and August are the hottest months. Winters can be cold with average temperatures in the winter of 41 degrees with variable precipitation.



From I-66, exit at Route 123 south toward Fairfax. Continue south to a right turn on Clifton Road, then left on Henderson Road to a right turn on Old Yates Ford Road.

Phone Numbers


(703) 250-9124