Occoquan Regional Park

Gear Up for a Perfect Day Outdoors on the Occoquan
boats on marina at occoquan

Enjoy 350 acres of outdoor recreation at Occoquan Regional Park in Lorton, Virginia. The park’s crown jewel is the brand new River View at the Jean R. Packard Center - A premier event space for up to 300 seated guests, featuring the 1608 room, and interpretive foyer depicting John Smith's voyage on the Chesapeake Bay. Take a stroll along the waterfront plaza, and pop into Brickmakers Café for lunch or rent out our large group pavilion. Looking for a little fun and exercise? Our 5k loop trail is a perfect walking tour of the park. Meanwhile, get in a few hacks at our batting cages or rent a kayak and enjoy a day on the water!

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Latest Updates

Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Receives White House Fence

NOVA Parks is proud to be part of the collaboration to bring a section of the historic White House fence that dates to the late 1800s for inclusion in the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial, which will be located at Occoquan Regional Park.

Please watch the following video that tells the amazing story of the Silent Sentinels and their fight for women's right to vote and the significance of the White House fence.

Opening Hours

CURRENT STATUS:

Our park main gates, marina boat launch, and parking areas are currently open daily. Masks are recommended for unvaccinated guests in all indoor buildings.  Please take all trash with you when you leave.

NOV-MAR          
Park                           6:30 am – 5:00 pm
Brickmakers Café      11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Batting Cage               Closed

APR-MAY
Park                        6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Brickmakers Café   11:00 am – 8:00 pm
Batting Cage           Close at 8:00 pm

JUNE
Park                        5:30 am – 9:00 pm
Brickmakers Café  11:00 am –9:00 pm
Batting Cage          Close at 9:00 pm

JULY
Park                       6:00 am – 9:00 pm
Brickmakers Café  11:00 am –9:00 pm
Batting Cage          Close at 9:00 pm

AUG
Park                       6:00 am – 8:00 pm
Brickmakers Café  11:00 am –8:00 pm
Batting Cage          Close at 8:00 pm

SEPT
Park                      6:30 am – 8:00 pm
Brickmakers Café 11:00 am –8:00 pm
Batting Cage      Close at 8:00 pm

OCT      
Park                      6:30 am – 7:00 pm
Brickmakers Café 11:00 am –7:00 pm
Batting Cage      Close at 7:00 pm

Boat launch opens as sunrise.

Brickmakers Café closed Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day.

The River View is open by appointment only.

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Contact

Occoquan Regional Park

9751 Ox Road
Lorton VA 22079
United States

Manager: Mark Mermelstein

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Reviews

Visited countless times and each time I fall in love more.

Visited countless times and each time I fall in love more. Just discovered the 5k trail, batting cag... Read more

Visited countless times and each time I fall in love more. Just discovered the 5k trail, batting cages, numerous shelters available for rent as well as the kayaks for rent. The trail is very well paved and overall pretty level. The staff have always been friendly and willing to guide, ask questions, or whatever it is that I’ve needed. The new venue is beautiful inside and out. Can’t wait to try the Brickmakers Cafe on my next visit!

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by Megan K.

Perfect for every occasion

This is one of my favorite parks in VA. It's perfect for every occasion. I've gone here to study on ... Read more

This is one of my favorite parks in VA. It's perfect for every occasion. I've gone here to study on the weekends, taken the pups on countless walks and runs and hosted numerous sports events here for my grad school class. I absolutely love that they've finished the river walk and opened the cafe. This park is true gem and I will always stop by when I come visit VA.

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by Ricki V.

The new facilities are beautiful

The new facilities are beautiful, the River center is absolutely gorgeous. We visit this park about ... Read more

The new facilities are beautiful, the River center is absolutely gorgeous. We visit this park about three times a month. The boat ramp is small but nice, and stays busy. We have rented kayaks from this location, they also have paddle boards. It is right up the river from Old Town Occoquan, which makes for an easy and scenic paddle. There are a number of soccer fields and a softball field here as well. The pavilions are well-maintained and can be reserved for events. My children enjoy the trails up the hill from the event center for going on their "nature walks."

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by Mike E.