Beaverdam Reservoir

1,000 Acres of Reservoir & Waterfront to Explore

Enjoy kayaking, fishing and waterfront hiking at Beaverdam Reservoir in Ashburn. Featuring over 600 acres of total parkland, Beaverdam is available to the public via a partnership between NOVA Parks and Loudoun Water. In 2023, this beautiful reservoir will become home to Beaverdam Reservoir Park. 

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Please note that the parking lot at Mt. Hope Road and water access will be closed from December through February. Trail users may still access the park and should adhere to proper social distancing guidelines. If you are visiting to hike the 2.3-mile long Reservoir Trail, please park at Brambleton Community Park West (22389 Belmont Ridge Rd.) and access the trailhead as shown here. The community park trailhead has plenty of parking available. Please do not access trails or park in local neighborhoods. 

Hiking TrailsOpen daily, dawn to dusk
Water Access at Hope Road

March 1-November 30

Open dawn to dusk


42400 Mt. Hope Road
Ashburn, VA 20148
United States

T 703-327-3403

Dustin Betthauser
Brambleton Golf Course

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Beaverdam enlists volunteers to help maintain its trails, parking areas and water access points. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, contact Manager Dustin Betthauser at Brambleton Golf Course: | 703-327-3403

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Great place to walk and fish.

Great place to walk and fish. It is 8.5 loop around it with lovely scenic views.

Facebook Recommendation - 12/16/2020 by Anu M.

Very beautiful place for hiking and spending time with family and friends.

Very beautiful place for hiking and spending time with family and friends. The trail around the reservoir is amazingly beautiful. It is also possible to bring your boat and enjoying fishing on the reservoir. Swimming, hunting, camping or fires are not permitted in this park. Stay safe and enjoy the beautiful nature.

Google Review - 11/11/2020 by Aref Z.

Beautiful little park, right in Ashburn

Beautiful little park, right in Ashburn. Its a great place to pull off for lunch or a quick break. Find a nice big rock in the shade and enjoy the nice water views. Great place to take the pups or young ones on a walk around the water. Its never very busy or crowded. Definitely a hidden gem in my opinion.

Google Review - 09/30/2018 by Corey T.