Upton Hill Regional Park
Slide, Bat, Swing and Play
Bring the family for a day of outdoor adventures at Upton Hill Regional Park in Arlington, Virginia. Splash, slide and soak at the beach-themed Ocean Dunes Waterpark. Tee up at the deluxe minigolf, practice in one of our batting cages, or explore our walking trails - an oasis in one of North Virginia’s most urban areas. Planning a community picnic or event? Book the spacious Upton Hill Park picnic shelter.Support your park
CREATING AN UPDATED PARK FOR THE COMMUNITY:
While much of the park is in a forest, there is an area next to the existing batting cage that is underutilized. This area is not in the natural resources area and because of the slopes is not useful for other purposes. In 2015, NOVA Parks surveyed over 400 park users to see what kind of uses might be attractive to add to the park. Arlington has one of the highest population of the millennial generation in the nation. The survey found that half of those surveyed were of this generation, and they had a high interest in an adventure feature like a ropes course or zip line.
The park in general is open daily from dawn to dusk.
Public Transportation Info:
To get to Upton Hill Regional Park by way of ART (Arlington Transit) bus, use bus 1A, B via Wilson Blvd from the Ballston Metro Station.
For more information visit the ART (Arlington Transit) webpage
Connect With Us
Shopping around for a place to do your Eagle Scout Project? Do you need volunteer service hours for school or church? Call the park office and find out what opportunities may be available. We are always up to something at Upton Hill, so if you are interested in volunteering time during the week or on weekends, we can always use help with special projects, painting, trail maintenance, landscaping, trash pickup, and other tasks. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Perfect Fun day with the kids in the middle of Arlington
I have always mainly come for the pool and slides, but mini-golf is fun as well. The park also sports batting cages, picnic areas, and I believe there are some sort of trails around the park. Snack bar usually hits the spot, and you can buy season passes but we don't go often enough for that to be worth our while.
Upton Hill Trip Advisor Review - 08/19/2014 by Loose-Cannon73
A Welcome Spot for Fun
This is a great place for the entire family on a summer day. A large pool with various slides is enticing. A snack bar with a number of tables caters to the crowd. A set of batting cages (high, medium and low speeds) captures the imagination of future major leaguers. And a miniature golf course gives hope to those interested in the PGA or just having fun. The course is nicely built with holes set on a sloping terrain in the midst of cascading water. Moderate prices for any of these attractions makes the park family friendly.
Upton Hill Trip Advisor Review - 08/11/2014 by jeffl499