Quality Inn near Potomac Mills
1109 Horner Rd.
Woodbridge, VA 22191
Phone: (703) 494-0300
Fax: (703) 494-5644
Perched alongside a protected wetlands area on the banks of the Occoquan River, this golf course spreads across 5,570 yards and is a par 70. Although the rolling landscape terrain demands accurate tee shots and approach, golfers will be able to relax in the soothing environs. The club also offers lessons, a snack bar, beverage cart, and pro shop.
Backyard Boats carries a full line of new and pre-owned boats in a range of styles and sizes. They also offers parts and accessories to enhance your boating experience.
Visitors to this center can participate in activities such as fitness, group exercise, martial arts, and aquatics. Other features of the center include massage therapy, a gymnasium, racquetball courts, an outdoor pavilion, a sun deck, and party and facility rentals. A state licensed nursery for ages three months to 11 years is available on site.
Offers scuba diving trips, classes, and equipment.
Prince Williams County's year round indoor ice skating arena which features a National Hockey League arena and an Olympic size arena.
An interactive "Aquatic Playground" which offers state-of-the-art outdoor excitement and that will delight both children and adults with climbing facilities, water sprays, slides, a zero depth entry area, and a children's area.
The 18-hole "Montclair" course at the Montclair Country Club facility in Dumfries, Virginia features 6,083 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 71. The course rating is 69.8 and it has a slope rating of 131 on Bent grass
This beautiful 18 hole, 2,539 yard golf course offers a well maintained, slightly wooded setting that is ideal for beginning golfers. The course includes a putting green and a lighted driving range with 40 stations and practice sand trap and the clubhouse provides food service, club and pull cart rentals, and golfing supplies. Private and group lessons are available.
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 grist mill 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.
Experience a family Wild West themed pony ranch and petting farm on over 40 acres at this ranch where admission includes pony ride for kids, hay rides, scenic picnic areas, a guided river hike, garden center, Western themed town, covered wagons, rope swings, mine tunnel slides, a petting farm, and many other fun activities for children.
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.
An inviting resort environment awaits you at this public 6,831 championship golf course which features Bermuda fairways winding through towering woodlands. A three tier Bentgrass driving range, putting green, state-of-the-art golf teaching academy, and a 3,500 square foot club house complete with a restaurant and pro shop are also on the property.