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County Park Trails
Andrew Leitch Bridge
Andrew Leitch Park
5301 Dale Boulevard Dale City, VA 22193

The natural surface and stonedust trail network winds through the wooded area of the park. There are several loops on the North end of the park and connections to the VEPCO Fields and Enterprise ES to the South. The Andrew Leitch trails are part of the Neabsco Greenway, which is still under development.

Ben Lomond
Ben Lomond Regional Park
7500 Ben Lomond Park Rd, Manassas, VA 20109

Natural surface trails following Bull Run allow visitors to explore the park and connect to the surrounding communities. There is also a connection to Mayhew Sports Complex for additional mileage.

Bristoe Station Trails
Bristoe Station Battlefield Heritage Park

Grass and gravel trails allow visitors to explore the rolling terrain of the park. The trails have several interpretive stations to provide historical and environmental context for your hike. Read More

Broad Run Bridge
Broad Run Linear Park

Natural surface trails in the park follow the Broad Run Stream Valley including several connections to surrounding communities and Victory ES. Broad Run Linear Park is the heart of the planned Broad Run Greenway. 

Chinn Playground
Chinn Aquatics and Fitness Center

A paved trail through the forest around the Fitness Center connects to the soccer fields and the surrounding communities.

Doves Landing
Dove's Landing Park
9305 Doves Ln, Manassas, VA 20112

Natural surface trails on the park property provide scenic views of the Occoquan River. There are HOA and private trails adjacent to the park property, so please be aware of your surroundings. These trails are more rugged than most in the County and may be strenuous for some users.

Catharpin Creek
James S. Long Regional Park
4603 James Madison Hwy, Haymarket, VA 20169

Natural surface trails follow the Catharpin Creek Valley through the wooded portion of the park, with rolling terrain and several stream crossings. To access the trails, use the parking lot near the large playground, horse trailer parking is available near the riding ring at the park entrance.

Lake Ridge Marina
Lake Ridge GC and Marina
12350 Cotton Mill Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22192

In addition to the natural surface and gravel trails on the park property, the park also serves as the best access to the Occoquan Greenway. Currently, users can hike 3 miles from the park to Antietam ES. Residents can also access the Lake Ridge and Springwoods HOA trails. 

Mountain Bikers
Locust Shade Park
4701 Locust Shade Dr, Triangle, VA 22172

Natural surface and stonedust trails for hiking and mountain biking wind throughout the park. At the southern end of the property is the County's only MTB specific trail, complete with 2 built features. The park also serves as the southern terminus of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail in Prince William.

Neabsco Creek Boardwalk
Neabsco Regional Park
15125 Blackburn Rd, Woodbridge, VA 22191

The park's network of paved and natural surface trails is anchored by the Neabsco Creek Boardwalk. On the north side of the creek, there are paved connections to Rt. 1 and the Rippon VRE as part of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail. On the south side, Metz Wetlands has natural surface trails winding through the preserve, and a connection to Leesylvania State Park. 

Nokesville Trail
Nokesville Park

Natural surface hiking and equestrian trails wind through the park's wooded areas. For equestrian users, the park has a riding ring and trailer parking.

SLRP Trails
Silver Lake Regional Park

Gravel, grass, and natural surface trails within the park are open to hiking, biking and equestrian use. The trails traverse the park's woods, meadows and shorelines, providing a diverse natural experience. Visitors can also use the existing portion of the Catharpin Greenway through the Dominion Valley community to Rt. 15 and Waterfall Rd.

Vets Park Trail
Veterans Memorial Park
14300 Veterans Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22191

A natural surface trail follows Marumsco Creek from the baseball fields to the entrance of the park. This trail is part of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail and East Coast Greenway routes.

County Greenways
Broad Run Bridge
Broad Run Greenway

The Broad Run Greenway is planned to  be a 17 mile trail connecting several park sites and community resources by utilizing the Broad Run and Rocky Branch stream valleys. The ultimate endpoints of the Greenway will be Rollins Ford Park and Dove's Landing Park. When completed, the Greenway will consist of a network of natural surface and paved trail segments. The Greenway will provide a scenic, protected route for cyclists, pedestrians, and equestrians to commute or recreate.

Currently, there are 6 miles of natural surface trails within Broad Run Linear Park property open to the public. The best way to access the trails is to park at Victory ES. Obey all posted parking regulations.

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Catharpin Greenway
James Long Park - 4603 James Madison Hwy, Haymarket, VA 20169
Silver Lake Regional Park - 16198 Silver Lake Rd, Haymarket, VA 20169

The Catharpin Greenway is a planned 17 mile trail system that will connect Silver Lake Regional Park, James Long Regional Park, and Conway Robinson Memorial State Forest. The Greenway utilizes the Catharpin Creek and Little Bull Run stream valleys.

Currently 10 miles of trail are complete, mostly within the two regional parks. For equestrian users, trailer parking is available at James Long Regional Park and Silver Lake Regional Park. Note that users cannot currently connect between Silver Lake and James Long without crossing Rt. 15.


Greenway Bench
Neabsco Greenway
Andrew Leitch Park - 5301 Dale Blvd, Dale City, VA 22193

The Neabsco Creek Greenway is planned to cover 10 miles along the Neabsco Creek stream valley. The Greenway will connect park sites, schools, and recreation centers. The route will weave through Dale City and allow its citizens pedestrian access to community resources. 

Currently 2.5 miles of trail are complete, linking Waterworks water park, Andrew Lietch Park, and the VEPCO ball fields.

Lake Ridge Marina
Occoquan Greenway
Lake Ridge GC and Marina - 12350 Cotton Mill Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22192

   The Occoquan Greenway links the County Government Complex to the Town of Occoquan using a mix of paved and natural suface trails. Trail users can expect varied terrain with views of the Occoquan Reservoir as well as water access. Leashed pets are Welcome on the Greenway, but please provide your own pet waste bags. 

        The Greenway is currently under development with Segment 1 partially open, and Segments 2, 3, and 4 fully open to the public. For the best trail experience, park at the Lake Ridge Marina trailhead and walk on the natural surface trail and on-street segments to Antietam Elementary School.

Regional Trails
ECG Logo
East Coast Greenway

The East Coast Greenway is a walking and biking route stretching 3,000 miles from Maine to Florida connecting our nation’s most populated corridor. The East Coast Greenway is designed to transform the 15 states and 450 communities it connects through active and healthy lifestyles, sustainable transportation, community engagement, climate resilience, tourism, and more. The Greenway offers a safe place for bicyclists, walkers, runners, and more — of all ages and abilities — to commute, exercise, and visit new destinations. 

Prince William County has over 20 miles of East Coast Greenway, most of which is currently on-road routing. The route follows the Rt. 1 Corridor, linking several parks, communities and other destinations including the historic towns of Occoquan and Dumfries, Occoquan Bay and Featherstone National Wildlife Refuges,Neabsco Regional Park, Prince William Forest Park and the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

East Coast Greenway Website 

East Coast Greenway Interactive Map


Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail

The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail (PHNST) is an 800 mile network of locally managed trails along the Potomac River from the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay to the upper Ohio River basin. The trail system was designated in by Congress in 1983 with the goal of linking trail users to the history, culture, and natural beauty of the Potomac River. Within Prince William County, the trail achieves this goal by providing access to parks, wildlife refuges,Greenways, historic sites, and museums.

Within Prince William County, the trail links several parks, communities and other destinations including the historic towns of Occoquan and Dumfries, Occoquan Bay and Featherstone National Wildlife Refuges,Neabsco Regional Park,  Julie Metz Wetlands, Leesylvania State Park, Prince William Forest Park and the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

PHNST in Prince William County Map 

Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail Website 

Potomac Heritage Trail Network Maps

USBR 1 Sign
US Bike Route 1

US Bicycle Route 1 was established in 1982 as an original U.S. Bicycle Route. When completed, U.S. Bike Route 1 (USBR 1) will run approximately 1,525 miles from Florida to Maine. Along with North Carolina, New Hampshire, and Maine, the portion of the route in Virginia is recognized by AASHTO.

Established in 1978 by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), the United States Bicycle Route System (USBRS) is a network of long-distance cycling routes in the United States  that include shared roadways, on-road accommodations, and off-road shared use paths. On-road segments were selected for lower traffic volumes, posted speed limits, and generally safer riding conditions. As traffic volumes and speeds increase, conditions for biking becomes less safe. VDOT works with regional governments, localities, governments, and advocates to identify safer alternates.

Cue Sheets for all USBR in Virginia (Excel)