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Bull Run Regional Park

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festival of lights light display

Bull Run Festival of Lights

Every year from Thanksgiving until just after New Year’s Day, you can experience the Bull Run Festival of Lights, 2.5 miles illuminated by holiday light displays. Drive the festival route from the comfort of your car; turn out your headlights and just follow the magical glow.


Bull Run Regional Park camp store

Camp Store

The camp store sells camping supplies, snacks, ice and firewood and is open daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.  Disc golf, a playground, hiking trails and an outdoor water park are all within walking distance from the campground.


Camping - Family

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!


Disc Golf

Bull Run features an 18 hole disc golf course that runs through the woods between Atlantis Waterpark and the camp store. The course is open 7 days a week, from dawn til dusk, weather permitting. The Bull Run Camp Store sells discs and supplies.


occoquan water trail

Occoquan Watertrail

Tracing a 40-mile route on two tributary waterways of the Chesapeake Bay, paddling adventures await as you explore a vast and changing landscape, spanning 13,000 years of human history, past 10,000 acres of public lands dedicated to resource conservation in northern Virginia. Access with public parking can be found at Occoquan, Fountainhead, Bull Run Marina, Pohick Bay and Bull Run.


Picnic Shelters - Barn

The Barn Pavilion at Bull Run Park offers picnicking for large corporate events and group picnics. Amenities include electricity, covered seating with tables for up to 300 and uncovered seating for an additional 300. The Barn Pavilion has its own private lot for up to 110 cars and additional parking in the soccer field area. The Barn Pavilion is located near a playground and in proximity to restrooms. The spacious fields next to the Barn Pavilion provide the perfect atmosphere for a variety of field games.


playground at bull run


Bull Run Regional Park has two large playgrounds suitable for kids of all ages. Located near the camp store, the playground features multiple slides and levels, a rock climbing board, multiple levels, stair cases and a large swing set. The play area is open year round and conveniently near restrooms.

Roving Naturalist

Roving Naturalist Program

The NOVA Parks is pleased to offer a nature interpretation program. The mission of the NOVA Parks Roving Naturalist Program is to connect the citizens of northern Virginia with the natural world in our Northern Virginia Regional Parks. Through guided nature walks, hikes, canoe and kayak tours, night explorations, stream and pond studies, and live animal programs, participants gain the opportunity to discover our native flora and fauna in a safe and fun environment. Programs are catered to kids, adults, and anyone interested in the natural world! Programs are offered in many of the Northern Virginia Regional Parks.


Outdoor Programs

RV & Boat Storage

Bull Run Regional Park offers boat and RV storage space on its property. Pricing is available for both regular and oversized plots. The storage area is located in a secure area on the park property, away from the major road and from all of the parks attractions. 


Soccer Fields

Bull Run features as many as six tournament caliber soccer fields, designed to be used by local soccer organizations only and area flag football leagues. The fields are available for use by permit only, and located in isolated areas within the park.


Special Events Center

The Bull Run Special Events Center serves as a multi-use events space, located outside of Washington, D.C. in Centreville, VA. This unique venue has the ability to host a range of events, including cross country races, food and drink festivals, cultural festivals and much, much more!



White Trail

Winding through the woodlands along the northern end of the park, the white trail provides an easy two and a half mile loop for hikers and equestrians.


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