10653 Balls Ford Rd
Manassas, VA 20109
Phone: (703) 368-2800
Fax: (703) 368-0083
Sunnybrook Golf Club is a beautiful golf course and a driving range in Manassas. The course is an ideal place to practice a few shots without paying a hefty fee.
Located along the shores of the largest lake in Virginia, this golf course is one of the most eye-catching in the nation and has hosted three President Cups. The course has 18 holes and you can rent all the equipment. The golf park is open all year round and group packages are offered. With professional staff and a beautiful course, the club proves to provide golf-lovers with an amazing gaming experience!
Owned and managed by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, Meadowlark Botanical Gardens is an extensive botanical park. Apart from serving as an open green space for the visitors, the park is also used an event venue.
Explore stellar natural landscapes and discover native plant and animal life at Prince William Forest Park, established in 1936. This lush oasis is one of the largest green spaces in the region and houses a spectacular array of native animal species. A haven for naturalists, the park also offers excellent opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts, from hiking to camping. The park also offers educational programs to create awareness of the area's rich diversity and ecosystem. Check website for more.
Indulge in a game of golf with friends while sitting comfortably in the luxury of your bay at TopGolf. The micro-chipped golf balls are aimed at 11 virtual targets and the player with the most precision wins. The game is fun for both professionals as well as amateurs, making it a good pastime for groups. Delicious food and drinks only add to the experience here.
A wealth of recreational activities can be explored at this park in Arlington, just a few miles from Washington. Visitors enjoy the scenic walking trail, the outdoor swimming pool open Memorial Day through Labor Day, and the deluxe miniature golf course and batting cages, both open mid-March through October. Need a break from the activities? Stop by the snack bar and relax at the gazebo by the pond.
This beautiful 70-acre park is situated in a residential area and is popular with the locals. Bluemont Park offers areas to bike, jog, hike, picnic and play basketball. There are picnic areas available too. Larger groups should call ahead to reserve the space.Your leashed pet is welcome as well.
Between Woodlawn Plantation and Mount Vernon lies yet another of the enterprising first president's projects. Built before the Revolution and in operation for 30 years, this distillery and gristmill was used to grind corn and wheat into flour. It was neglected for years, leaving little but its foundation in tact at the start of the 20th century. However, it was renovated in 1930 with parts from another mill of the same period. Today visitors may view the mill along with exhibits explaining its operation.
An easy walking path leads visitors from the parking lot through wheat and corn fields and an orchard to an 18th-century farm house. The house was typical of a poor Virginia tenant farmer in the 1770s. Volunteers work the farm and do other household chores while keeping in character in dress and speech. Children will especially enjoy the farm animals, which include cattle, turkeys, hogs, chickens, dogs and cats. Throughout the year, special events are held to demonstrate old methods of cheese making, flax processing and other ways of life.
Located in the main campus of the Marymount University, the Rose Bente Lee Centre is used by the university for various events and functions. This place also houses the basketball and volleyball arena of the university and a 100 seater arena pool. It is more like an activity place and recreational spot for the university students and staff.
Cameron Run Regional Park is located across the river from Washington in Alexandria . The main attraction is the fantastic water park with a wave pool, 3-flume water slide, water playground, lap lanes and raft rental. There is also a bathhouse and snack bar. The water park is open Memorial Day through Labor Day. Other park features include a deluxe miniature golf course, batting cage, picnic shelter (available for rental), and a fishing pond. The batting cage and miniature golf course are open mid-March through October.
The Huntley Meadows Nature Center in the Hybla Valley of Virginia, is a wetland park. Established since 1975, the park is home to a variety of wildlife, especially birds. Visitors can make use of observation decks to spot wildlife or walk along designated trails. Various creeks run through the vast expanse of the park and one can find beaver dams built across them at many places. The visitor center provides more information about the flora and fauna residing in the park.