Lyndora Park 43624 Lucketts Bridge Cir, Ashburn, VA20148 Lyndora Park sits along Lucketts Bridge Circle in the Loudoun Valley Estates community. Broad Run forms the southern…More border of the park, which offers a baseball diamond and a soccer field. Trails connect the park to the surrounding community, which includes a pond visible from the park. A playground on the site makes the park a complete family destination.
National Recreation and Park Association 22377 Belmont Ridge Rd, Ashburn, VA20148 The National Recreation and Park Association is a nonprofit organization that advocates for public parks and recreation.…More Five national organization merged in 1965 to created the NRPA, which is located directly north of Brambleton Regional Park. The group educates professionals and the public about the importance of public parks and recreation. The NRPA advocates for federal grants and initiatives that support its cause.
Ashburn Park 43645 Partlow Rd, Ashburn, VA20147 Dinosaurs in Ashburn? Not really, but Ashburn Park is also known as the "Dinosaur" park because of the…More prehistoric-themed playground equipment, divided into three age-appropriate sections. The 16-acre park boasts enough swings, slides, monkey bars and the like for a small army of children. In addition, the park offers a covered picnic pavilion and trails that meander through the wooded property, cross two streams and connect to the surrounding community.
Subway – Ryan Park Center 43490 Yukon Dr, Ashburn, VA20147 Serving the Ryan Park area, this subway in Ryan Park Shopping Center opened in 2007 and features a Tuscan decor. With…More offices sitting right above, it caters especially to the lunch-time crowd. Eat a foot-long sub with the family, then do your shopping in some of the areas many shops.
Ray Muth Sr. Memorial Park 20971 Marblehead Dr, Ashburn, VA20147 Ray Muth Sr. Park provides multiple soccer fields for Ashburn's growing youth population. Located at the corner of…More Marblehead Drive and Gloucester Parkway, it is within the Ashburn Village community. The park was dedicated in 2003 to honor the former Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Chief and 35-year member of the county's volunteer system.
Located on Windmill Drive at its intersection with Ashburn Farm Parkway, Greg Crittenden Memorial Park provides three…More fields for baseball and softball games. Dulles Little League plays at the park, which also has a concession stand.
In 1996, Loudoun County named the park in honor of Philip "Greg" Crittenden Jr., a Dulles Little League member who lost his life very young.
Redskins Park 21300 Redskin Park Dr, Ashburn, VA20147 Redskins Park, headquarters and the practice facility for the NFL's Washington Redskins, is located along Loudoun County…More Parkway. Each season, the team opens its training camp to the public for a few days so fans can assess players and maybe even get an autograph. The Redskins have become an integral part of the Ashburn community and the park has become a popular destination for residents. Games are played at FexEx Field in Landover, Md.
Beth Miller Park was initially part of the Belmont Greene community until it was turned over to the county and then…More named in honor of Miller in 2005. The nine-acre park, adjacent to the W&OD Trail, connects to the trail, offers a large pond and provides two open fields for activities. Occasionally, local horse owners can be seen riding at the park, which is also next door to Trailside Park.
Beth Miller published the Loudoun Easterner from 1989 until her death in 2004. The newspaper was later sold to Landmark Media Enterprises in 2005 and stopped publication in 2009.
Bles Park 44830 Riverside Pkwy, Ashburn, VA20147 Bles Park, located along Riverside Parkway near The George Washington University campus, offers a soccer mecca of sorts…More for Ashburn residents. In addition, a playground and trails provide ample activities for the family. The trails connect to the Heritage National Scenic and Broad Corridor Trails. In 2003, the Loudoun Board of Supervisors named the park in honor of Marcus J. and Alba Bles, former owners of the land where the university and surrounding development are located.
Commonly referred to as the W&OD Trail, the park is a 45-mile bicycle and pedestrian path that runs from…More Alexandria through Ashburn and out to Purcellville. There are multiple access points, and the address provided is for the park office. There are two paths along the trail through Ashburn, a horse-friendly gravel surface and another made of asphalt. At certain places along the trail, patrons may find restrooms or even a machine with cold drinks. In addition to walkers, joggers and bicyclers, horses are sometimes seen along the trail. Motorized vehicles are prohibited.
Trains travelled from 1859 until 1968 along the path. Dominion purchased the right-of-way for electric transmission lines. Then, the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority obtained the park from Dominion Power in 1982.
While the park authority purchased the land from Dominion, the power company retained an easement along the trail for future transmission lines, resulting in multiple feuds over the years as residents fought power line expansions along the trail.