10653 Balls Ford Rd
Manassas, VA 20109
Phone: (703) 368-2800
Fax: (703) 368-0083
10653 Balls Ford Rd I-66 & Rt 234 S Exit 47, Manassas, VA, US, 20109
- Phone: (703) 368-2800
- Fax: (703) 368-0083
Pump It Up was voted the #1 place to have a party in Northern Virginia by readers of Family Magazine.
A French inspired 5,200 square foot garden, this garden is one the largest public gardens devoted to roses in the United States. The collection of roses include 160 separate cultivars and 200 individual rose shrubs. The seasonal garden peaks near Memorial Day and annuals and perennials bloom from May to September.
You will find soccer and football fields, a Little League field, children's playgrounds, picnic pavilions, tennis courts, sand volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes, a water park, picnic pavilions, and hiking trails at this popular park.
Established in 1940 to preserve the scene of two major Civil War battles, this five thousand acre park is the site of the first and second Battles of Manassas. Visitors can be entertained at the park by demonstrators bringing history to life with dramatic performances of the epic battles, as well as exploring the historic terrain where men fought and died for their beliefs a century ago.
This unique miniature golf experience will delight and amaze you and your family. Not one, but two 18 hole miniature golf courses are located here, the first being a traditional windmill, while the other contains a series of fountains. The courses are open seven days a week from March to October.
This five acre archaeological park is situated on the original site of the Manassas Industrial School which was founded largely through the efforts of former slave, Jennie Dean. The landscaped memorial park features an exhibit kiosk with audio program and interpretive panels, as well as a memorial to Ms. Dean.
This lovely park features a fishing pond, amphitheatre, tennis and basketball courts, soccer fields, a regulation softball field, and several miles of walking trails.
Finding its place in the American Association of Museums and in the National Register of Historic Places, Sully Historic Site is a beautiful attractions in Chantilly. Often known as Sully Plantation, this site now comprises of approximately 120 acres, including outbuildings, slave gardens and a historical park. The site's historic importance talks about the then owner Richard Bland Lee, which is very evident in the property's displays.
This 77 acre lake offers boating (no gas motors), fishing, picnic facilities, and concessions. Electric trolling motor boats, rowboats, and canoes are for rent on site, as well as scenic guided trail rides in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Dedicated to preserving and interpreting a rural community setting in a suburban environment, this park recreates the era from 1920 to 1940, a time of great transition in rural America. The park is home to many farm animals, Kidwell Park which provides a glimpse of the patterns of family farming, numerous historic buildings, a circa 1911 schoolhouse, a Virginia Landmark meeting house, equestrian facilities, and a county store.
Located within the Frying Pan Farm Park, this structure was built as Baptist church in the late 1700s. The building was left abandoned over the years and in 1984, Fairfax County Park Authority took control over maintaining the property. The Frying Pan Spring Meeting House was enlisted in the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. The property includes a cemetery, baptismal pond and springs. Call ahead for tour of this Virginia landmark.
A large, 888 acre park that has many features including a 218 acre lake for fishing and boating, a seasonal campground open from May through October, outdoor volleyball courts, rowboat rentals, tourboat rides, a miniature train, a carousel, a miniature golf course, disk golf, an ice cream parlor and snack bar, picnic areas with grills, a fishing pier, and a children's playground.