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Fort Scott was a detached lunette constructed in May 1861 to guard the south flank of the defenses of Washington during the American Civil War. It was named for General Winfield Scott, the then Commander-in-Chief of the Union Army. Today, it is a 12-acre park lined with nature trails and paths and picnic located at 2800 Fort Scott Dr, Arlington, VA 22202. The park features a playground, baseball/softball fields, lighted tennis courts, a practice wall and a lighted basketball court. The only proof of its historic importance is a historic marker and a small remnant on the grounds of the park. Fort Scott Park playground equipment Having fun at Fort Scott ParkThe playground has two parts; one for the 2 to 5-year-olds and the other for the 5 to 12-year-olds. The part for the small kids offers a small play structure with two slides, two baby swings, a clubhouse, a teeter-totter, a white sandbox, and a roller slide which my kid loved. The big kids' area is also full of fun things including a big tube slide, a fireman's pole, a climbing net, a roller slide, a twisty spiral ladder, swings, and an upright pedal pusher.
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Other than the playground, the park also offersa basketball court, a sheltered pavilion with picnic tables, 3 tennis courts, and softball fields. The bathrooms are next to the playground.

Real estate near Fort Scott Park in Arlington, Virginia is the perfect place to call home. The area offers a variety of housing options, from single-family homes to luxury condos. With its close proximity to Washington, DC, it is an ideal spot for families, singles, and couples alike. Plus, the nearby shopping, dining, and entertainment venues make it a great place to call home. Plus, the area is well-lit and monitored, making it a safe place to live.

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