Bull Run Regional Park

1,500 Acres of Adventure at Bull Run Regional Park

Located in Centreville, Virginia, Bull Run Regional Park offers 1,500 acres of natural space and facilities for hundreds of possible activities and outdoor adventures for everyone. Bring your family for a day of waterslides at Atlantis Waterpark, book one of our large picnic areas for a company picnic, or enjoy a relaxing weekend in our campground or cottages. Home to the Bull Run Festival of Lights, Bull Run Regional Park contains miles of scenic and historic hiking trails, including the trailhead for the 19.7 mile Bull Run Occoquan Trail. Rent a picnic shelter for your family, enjoy a round of disc golf, or bring the kids for an afternoon at the playground - Bull Run Regional Park is your place to hike, play, swim and explore.

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Opening Hours

Main park open all year for picnicking, hiking and family camping.
Gatehouse: March 9 - October 27 | Open Weekends & Holidays only, 8 hours per day
Group Camping open daily March 1 through October 31.
Disc golf open year round.
Hours vary.



Entrance fee, Per Vehicle

Per day

Per week

Per day, shelter discount

Per day, 10 or more passengers

Annual pass













Dump Station Fee (no commercial vehicles allowed)$20.00$20.00


Dog Day 2019

Take your best friend for a swim at your favorite waterpark on September 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.! This awesome event allows you to bring your dog or dogs ($5 per dog) for a swim in YOUR favorite pool! Play fetch, throw a ball, have fun with your canine friends! Fee payable at the door.

Please download, print and fill out the attached waiver and bring with you to Dog Days 2018. 

Dog Day 2019 Waiver



Bull Run Regional Park
7700 Bull Run Drive
Centreville, VA 20121
United States

T 703-631-0550
E bull_run@nvrpa.org

Park Manager: Eric Ferguson

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Individuals interested in volunteer work at Bull Run Regional Park can contact:
Eric Ferguson, Park Manager

Volunteer Inquiry

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