Ruby Tucker Park is a neighborhood park located at 3500 Jefferson Davis Hwy in Alexandria. In June 2011 the park was dedicated to the “Queen of Lynhaven” Ruby Tucker. Ruby Tucker was an active advocate for her Lynhaven neighborhood until her death. She served on the Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority for 12 years while caring for foster kids throughout her life. She also served as a director of the ALIVE Child Development Center and PTA president for several schools across Alexandria. Continue reading
Stoneybrooke Park is a small mulch playground in Fairfax County. Stoneybrooke Park And Stone Mansion are located at 3900 Stoneybrooke Dr. Alexandria. The park features Stoneybrooke Park includes basketball and tennis courts, a playground, tot lot, picnic area, hiking trails, and the historic Stone Mansion, which is available to rent for events. Continue reading
The Potomac Yard Park is a 23.4 acre neighborhood park located at 2501 Potomac Ave in Alexandria. The park was designed and constructed through a partnership between the Alexandria City Council and Pulte Homes. The park features picnic tables and pathways with ADA accessibility, outdoor stage area for the hosting of special events, Stormwater Management Ponds, Walking/Bicycle trails and passive seating areas with historical interpretations. Sports fanatics can enjoy park facilities such athletic fields, basketball courts, tennis courts and volleyball courts. There is a playground for kids to enjoy which is ADA accessible. Continue reading
Barcroft Park is located at The large 65- acre park offers numerous diverse amenities including multiple sports fields and courts, batting cages, volleyball courts, lighted drop-in rectangular and permit-only diamond synthetic fields, and lighted basketball court.
Bon Air Park is an expansive 24-acre park located at 850 N Lexington St, Arlington, VA 22205, USA. It features a beautiful memorial rose garden that is often a chosen location for weddings.
This memorial rose garden was started by Nellie Broyhill back in 1939. She started the Arlington Rose Foundation with the purpose of planting a memorial garden at the forthcoming Arlington hospital (now Virginia Hospital Center). The garden was meant to honor local war veterans who fought in the World War 11.
Arlington Ridge Park, also known as the Nevius Tract, is a historic park property located in Arlington, Virginia. The 27.5-acre site is part of a larger national park, the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Arlington National Cemetery is just south of the park landscape, bordered by a historic red sandstone wall.
Long Bridge Park is a distinctive urban park with athletic fields, walkways, picnic areas and views of nearby monuments. With more than 30 acres of recreation and open space, Long Bridge Park is located at 475 Long Bridge Drive, Arlington, VA 22202, north of Crystal City adjacent to I-395.
Quincy Park is a wonderful green space in Arlington. Located in 1021 N Quincy St, Arlington, VA 22201, and 10th Street, right between Ballston and Virginia Square, the four-acre park is home to the Arlington Central Library.
Bella Vista Condominiums consists of 202 units from studio apartments to three bedroom penthouse residences.
Lubber Run Community Center
300 N. Park Drive
Arlington VA 22203
Contact Number: 703 228 4712
Lubber Run Community Center hours:
Monday, Thursday and Friday: 9am to 6:30pm
Tuesday: 9am to 8:30pm
Wednesday: 9am to 9pm
The Lubber Run Community Center features their facilities that are used for recreational and social activities by the community residents, including a preschool program among many others.
Facilities at Lubber Run Community Center:
- Multi-purpose Room
- 3 Meeting Rooms
- Game Room
- Picnic Area
- Outdoor Basketball Courts
- Volleyball Court