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Who doesn't like to stroll around a park on a nice spring day? Parks can be an oasis in the midst of a big city, featuring lots of open grassy spaces, playgrounds, swings, trails, and picnic areas. Parks are ideal places for children to play freely, or play organized sports such as soccer and baseball. Many of these types of parks are owned and maintained by town recreation departments within the community. Parks can also refer to state and national forests. Some charge an admission fee to get onto the grounds. Permits may be required for swimming or fishing. Many such state and national parks boast natural creeks, ponds, and lakes where swimming lessons may be offered. They are often national landmarks, attracting visitors to experience their outdoor beauty. These parks usually have camp sites where people can pitch a tent under the stars or relax in an RV. Whether you love to go for hikes, or your kids like to play on the swings, your neighborhood park is ideal for these endeavors. A family who loves to head to a campground in the nice weather will find state and national parks a real treat. People can learn more about the parks in their neighborhood by contacting their recreation department. The internet also has listings and reviews of many nearby family parks or even dog parks. The idea that national parks should be available to everyone began to blossom in the 1800s, when the beauty of places like Yosemite Valley got some key people to thinking. Over the next 150 years, state and national parks and reservations sprouted up, protected by the government but accessible to all. In fact, more than 84 million acres of natural landscape in the United States have been preserved and draw countless numbers of visitors each year.
 
National Recreation and Park Association
Ashburn, VA 20148
Parks in the Virginia area for all of your Parks needs as well for special events.
 
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Meadowlark Gardens Regional Park
9750 Meadowlark Gardens Ct, Vienna, VA 22182
(703) 255-3631
Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority
21293 Smith Switch Rd, Ashburn, VA 20147
(703) 729-0596
City of Hampton Parks and Recreation Department
201 Lincoln St, Hampton, VA 23669
(757) 727-1134
Albemarle County
1600 5th Street Ext, Charlottesville, VA 22902
(434) 296-5832
Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority
2845 Marcey Rd, Arlington, VA 22207
(703) 528-5406
Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority
121 N Fairfax St, Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 549-2997
Warren County of
538 Villa Ave, Front Royal, VA 22630
(540) 635-1021
Sailor's Creek State Park
6541 Saylers Creek Rd, Rice, VA 23966
(804) 561-7491
Commonwealth of Virginia York River State Park
5526 Riverview Rd, Williamsburg, VA 23188
(757) 566-3036
Birchdale Recreation Area Pool
14730 Birchdale Ave, Woodbridge, VA 22193
(703) 670-5178
Leesylvania State Park
2001 Daniel K Ludwig Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22191
(703) 730-8205
Rockwood Nature Center
3401 Courthouse Rd, Richmond, VA 23236
(804) 745-7020
Handover County Parks & Recreation
17205 Mountain Rd, Montpelier, VA 23192
(804) 883-5837
Commonwealth of Virginia Kiptopeke State Park
3540 Kiptopeke Dr, Cape Charles, VA 23310
(757) 331-2267
Pocohontas State Park
109 Governor St, Richmond, VA 23219
(804) 796-4316


Parks are a great way to enjoy local nature, but there are several different types of public parks that might be in your area that you can take advantage of. Knowing what kinds of parks you have in your area can help you choose which one you want to visit to engage in the activities that you like. Many cities have web site with local public parks listings. When you visit this page, you will want to consider what types of recreational activities they have at the parks. Some parks have areas for sports so that people can play baseball, soccer, and other sports. Some theme and amusement parks also have recreational playgrounds so that kids can play on swings and slides. A lot of people also go to parks because they like hiking trails, riding bikes on trails, looking at wildlife, and fishing in the lake and stream waters. When you visit a national or state park, be sure that you find out if they allow these activities. While some parks allow you to hunt their animals, others strictly forbid it. Some parks also have animals that are protected so you will want to be careful. People who live in the city often take their pets to parks so that they can run and socialize with other animals. A lot of parks have dog runs where you can take your dog off of its leash and let it run free within certain boundaries. This is a great way to get exercise for yourself, you children, and your pet.
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