Prince William County Parks Open for Trail Use Only

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Provided by Prince William Parks, Recreation & Tourism

Prince William County is taking a number of precautionary measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in the community. Among these is restricting the use of Prince William County’s parks to trails only. Beginning at 11:59 p.m. on March 25, 2020, all park parking lots and non-trail amenities are closed to the public. We encourage visitors to continuing using trails and walking paths at parks near their home. Patrons should avoid driving to parks because parking will not be available.
Please continue to practice proper social distancing when visiting parks. All park amenities other than trails and walking paths are closed.
Visitors using trails should adhere to the following guidelines:
  • Stay home if you are sick.
  • Avoid congregating in groups.
  • Maintain a minimum distance of six feet from others.
  • Avoid touching shared surfaces.
  • Take trash with you.
  • Do not park illegally.

Buildings Closed

All Prince William County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism recreation fitness centers, community centers, and historic buildings are also closed until further notice. Registration for classes and events at these locations has been temporarily disabled on the website.
Events, organized activities, and rentals within Prince William County’s Parks or Prince William County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism facilities are postponed until further notice. This includes use by sports leagues.
Prince William County continues to evaluate operating schedules in light of the impacts of COVID-19. As such, these scheduled closures are subject to change. Please visit emergency.pwcgov.org for the latest information about the availability of Prince William County facilities.
The Prince William County Department of Parks, Recreation, and Tourism remains open to field your questions via phone at 703-792-7060 or via email at [email protected].
For information about the County’s ongoing response to COVID-19, please visit emergency.pwcgov.org.
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