Bull Run Regional Park

Quick Facts

Bull Run Regional Park

Virginia

(703) 631-0550

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Things To Do

Overview

Bull Run Regional Park's spacious fields accommodate groups by the hundreds for picnics, camping or special events. The park's scenic woodland and trails offer miles of hiking and solitude. In springtime, acres of bluebells and other wildflowers bloom beside a picturesque, meandering stream. A large outdoor pool is open Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. Miniature and disc golf are open April through October. A public shooting center, which includes sporting clays, skeet, trap, wobble trap and indoor archery, is open year-round.

The Naturalist Program connects children and adults with the natural world in the Regional Parks. Through guided nature walks, paddling on the Occoquan Reservoir, night hikes, stream and pond studies, and live animal programs, participants gain the opportunity to discover native flora and fauna. Programs are offered in many of the regional parks including Meadowlark Botanical Gardens, Pohick Bay Regional Park, Bull Run Regional Park, Fountainhead Regional Park, Occoquan Regional Park, Algonkian Regional Park, and all Five NVRPA waterpark facilities (in-season only).

Map of Bull Run Regional Park

Latitude, Longitude: 38.802393, -77.464600

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Activities

  • Camping

    Camping is permitted in the park. Please note that group camping is only available to organized youth groups.

  • Hiking

    The park provides numberous hiking opportunities

  • Horseback Riding

    Please contact the park for more information.

  • Picnicking

    Picnic tables are available.

Seasonality/Weather

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.

Directions

Driving

From I-66, take Exit 52 (Route 29) toward Centreville. Drive 2 miles south, turn left onto Bull Run Post Office Road and follow the signs to the park entrance.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(703) 631-0550

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