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Our first stop on this tour is Leesylvania State Park. Opened in 1989, listed on the National register of Historic Landmarks, Leesylvania has plenty of outdoor activities to offer. Enjoy boat fishing as the park offers multiple boat launches or rent a sailboat from the Northern Virginia Sailing school located within the park. If you’d rather stay on land you can fish off their 300 foot fishing pier or enjoy their various hiking trails throughout the park including a segment of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail, which spans over 184 miles. So whether you’re looking for something adventurous or relaxing, you can find it at Leesylvania State Park. Take a left up at Neabsco Road.
16001 Macedonia Dr, Woodbridge, VA 22191, USA
12612 Chase Eagle Ln, Woodbridge, VA 22191, USA
We will be passing some neighborhoods. On your left is Port Potomac, Port Potomac is comprised of 982 homes with a mix of both townhomes and single family homes. A great perk of living in Port Potomac is they have both an indoor and outdoor pool, so you can get your laps in all year round. Enjoy other amenities like a community dog park, tennis court, soccer field and clubhouse. On your right we will be passing by some of the Eagle Pointe Community. This is a 545-acre, 1,100-home planned community with a wide variety of home styles, sizes and prices making it accessible to various different buyers. Enjoy access to a community clubhouse complete with a pool and a community fitness center. The inclusion of a tot lot and many walking trails throughout the community make this a perfect place for budding families.
Route 1 at River Heritage Blvd, Virginia 22026, USA
2579 Passionflower Ct, Dumfries, VA 22026, USA
If you continue down River Heritage Blvd pass a few schools including Covington- Harper Elementary School, Home of the Cheetahs! Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School and Potomac Shore Middle school are also located in close proximity.
Potomac Shores Pkwy, Dumfries, VA 22026, USA
Welcome to the Potomac Shores Golf Club on your left. Potomac Shores is the only publicly accessible Jack Nicklaus Signature Design in Northern Virginia. This dynamic 72- par course provides multiple elevation changes as well as natural wetland buffers, offering a unique golf experience for both novice and pro players alike. If you get hungry during your game make sure to stop by Tidewater Grill, Potomac Shores very own on-site restaurant. Enjoy golf club classics like lobster mac and cheese or a hearty Carbonara. If you are feeling more indulgent, make sure to visit for a Sunday brunch to enjoy a Red Velvet Waffle complete with Cinnamon butter. They also have specials throughout the week including their iconic taco Tuesday.
HPGF+6C Woodbridge, VA, USA
Welcome to the community of Potomac Shores like the name suggests, this community is nestled right on the edge of the Potomac River offering over 2 miles of shoreline on “The Nation's River” . You’ll find a mix of single family homes, townhomes and even luxury villas in this area. Enjoy the private 13,000 feet indoor/outdoor playground reserved exclusively for Potomac Shore residents as well their very own fitness barn that offers a modern gym, movement studio and 8-lane competition pool. Got a green thumb? Potomac Shores has its own community garden and greenhouse for all your planting needs! With so much to enjoy, Potomac Shores prides itself on fostering a close knit community.
17461 Jefferson Davis Hwy, Dumfries, VA 22026, USA
Coming soon is the brand new Potomac Shores VRE station which will be located just a short walk from the Potomac Shores neighborhood. VRE stands for the Virginia Railway Express, which is a commuter rail helping bring commuters from outlying towns from Northern Virginia into D.C. Enjoy a hassle free commute into D.C with access to a commuter rail just outside your neighborhood. Until it's 2023 opening, you can still enjoy the close proximity of the VRE at its Rippon and Quantico stations.
US-1, Quantico, VA 22134, USA
Welcome to Quantico, home of one of the largest U.S Marine Corps bases. Aside from the Marine Corps Base, Quantico is home to the FBI Academy which has been seen in multiple films and movies including the opening sequence of “The Silence of the Lambs” and the TV show thriller “Quantico”. While in Quantico a great place to visit the National Museum of Marine Corps which acts as a lasting tribute to the U.S Marines. The Museum offers a look into the Marines, past, present and future with exhibits on the impactful wars they have served in. A beautiful exhibit worth noting is their exhibit dedicated to combat art, here you will see over 9,000 pieces of art by Active Duty Marines, Reservists and civilians documenting the life of Marines. Continue down Jefferson Davis Highway.
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Right next to the National Museum of Marine Corps, enjoy Locust Shade park. This park offers plenty to do including playgrounds, tennis courts, batting cages and even an 18-hole miniature golf course. They also offer rentable pavilions, making this a great place to have a picnic after visiting the National Museum of Marine Corps. During the Months between November and April the 8-acre pond is stocked with Trout By Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries Urban fishing program as well as channeling catfish in the spring, making this a perfect place for a day of fishing. That concludes our tour of Prince William County. If Prince William County has peaked your interest, reach out to Real Estate by Bansar at (703) 215-9680 or email them at BanyandSarah@RealEstatebyBanSar.com Thank you again for taking a tour with UCPlaces.