What To Do At Lubber Run Park

I had been to Lubber Run Park many times mostly for picnic and gathering, but this time I decided to just go and enjoy nature.  It’s a little park that runs from the Ballston area down to Route 50.

Lubber Run Park
Lubber Run Park

Lubber Run Park became Arlington County’s first public park on October 9, 1942, when the land was donated by the Meadowbrook Construction Company which built the Arlington Forest neighborhood between 1939 and 1946.

I enjoyed a stroll on the pathed path next to the stream that runs through the middle of the Park. There was a lot of fun activities happening in the park. I watched some people shooting hoops on the basketball court while others served over the volleyball net. There were also several families having an outdoor meal and grilling under the picnic shelter. There is also an amphitheater in the middle of the park which holds summer musical performances under the stars.

The Park also has a playground, drinking fountain, public restrooms, and parking.

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