Gilbert's Corner Regional ParkVisit 155 acres of historic rolling countryside
Discover a slice of Civil War history, part of the study area for the battle of Aldie, at Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park in Aldie, Virginia. The 156 acre park offers hiking trails, interpretive signage and rolling countryside with a view of the Bull Run Mountains. At one time the Old Carolina Road, an active north/south route during the 18th and 19th centuries traversed through what is now Gilbert’s Corner Regional Park. The road lay along the old route once used by Native Americans in the region.
The park is open for walking/hiking from dawn to dusk and the parking lot is open. Please use proper social distancing protocols when hiking/walking. Please take all trash with you when you leave.
Views of the blue ridge are spectacular
This is an amazing park that packs so much into such a small area! The views of the blue ridge are spectacular, the meadow walks are amazing, and the sense of solitude beyond words!
by Gabriel A.
Amazing little place
Amazing little place. There is a very short loop most people probably do. Make the right or left into the woods depending which way you started. Go over the creek and there is a amazing other set of trails that are about a mile long. Watching the sunset here is amazing and you will get the best firefly show you have ever seen after that.
by Brandon F.