CampingA variety of campsites for public use at Bull Run, and Pohick Bay
Camping is available for public use in Bull Run and Pohick Bay, and organized youth groups in Blue Ridge, Bull Run and Pohick Bay Parks. There are a variety of campsites including pull-in sites with grill, fire ring and picnic table, RV sites with electric-only service, RV sites with full service, and general tent sites. There are also family specific sections and group sections in both Bull Run and Pohick Bay.
Bull Run’s campground is a getaway that’s not far from Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia attractions. Bull Run Regional Park is only 27 miles from Washington, D.C. and 15 miles from the Vienna Metro Center Station. The campground is a great way to spend a few days in the heart of one of Virginia’s best natural attractions, Bull Run Regional Park!
Blue Ridge Regional Park is a remote and primitive youth group campground that offers 3 camping areas for a maximum of 30 campers per area, a portable toilet, a small shared picnic shelter and a potable water source. Each camp area contains tent pads...
Bull Run Regional Park's Group Camping Sites are centrally located and within walking distance of the other park facilities. These sites are exclusively for organized youth groups. Each of the two group sites has a maximum capacity of 35 campers.
Camp Wilson, the group camping facility at Pohick Bay Regional Park is available by reservation only for organized youth groups, but not limited to Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, church youth groups and school groups.