Surprising homes near Occoquan Regional Park

The Occoqan Regional Park is located in Lorton, Virginia, in Fairfax County, right across from the Town of Occoquan. It’s located on the Occoquan River. It opened in 2008 making it 1 of 29 parks in the Northern Virginia Regional Parks Authority. It has around 400 acres of recreational space. There are many different things to do there such as, hit the batting cage, have a picnic, get a snack at the snack bar in the marina, play your favorite sport on one of their athletic fields, etc. They also have a boat ramp and boat storage. Their hiking trail is 1.1 miles round trip and forms a loop. The trail is well maintained. Most say that the blue trail is a great running trail and is very well marked. Dogs are of course welcome in the park. Historic black kilns from the early 1900’s can be found on the property, reminding us of the women suffragists who demonstrated in front of the White House and were then imprisoned on the prison farm where these are found.

If you’re shopping for a home you might be surprised to learn just how affordable and pleasant some homes in Occoquan and near the park might be.

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Occoquan Regional Park Historical and Recreational

Occoquan Regional Park located at 9751 Ox Road in Lorton VA 22079 conveniently situated along Occoquan River and right across the Town of Occoquan offering over 400 acres of recreational space to everyone.

Facilities:

  • Baseball & Softball & Soccer Fields
  • Batting Cages
  • Marina
  • Boating
  • Fishing
  • Snack Bar
  • Trails
  • Turning Point Plaza

Picnic Shelters and Gazebos are available for rent and the option of having a Moon Bounce, Rock Wall and even a mechanical ride can add more fun into the occasion.

Turning Point Plaza is a memorial dedicated to the women suffragists who were imprisoned at the Occoquan Workhouse in the 1900’s for defending their right to vote. The reports regarding the situation of the imprisoned suffragists led to the 19th Amendment permitting women to freely vote. Re-enactments and displays are featured at Turning Point Plaza at Occoquan Regional Park.