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Sterling - Algonkian Regional Park

47001 Fairway Drive
703-450-4655

Explore 838 acres of outdoor adventures at Algonkian Regional Park, located in Sterling, Virginia. Rent a picnic shelter or a vacation cottage along the Potomac River. Tee it up at our 18-hole golf course. Bring the kids for an afternoon at Volcano Island Waterpark, or spend hours hiking our paved and natural surface hiking trails. Algonkian Regional Park includes natural wooded areas and open fields.The Woodlands event facility offers full service catering and is perfect for your next party, wedding or corporate event.



Reviews

Nausheen Tayyab

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Sunday, April 8, 2018
It is a good Park to spend a day in summer. But I don't like golf course. Park is urban and nice for boating and picnic day. If you are visiting varginia you can spend day here. Scenery is nice and views are good.

Robert Beale

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Tuesday, Nov. 28, 2017
Park too urban for nature lovers & bird watchers. Has a nice golf course, picnic pavilions, walking trails, water park, winter storage for RVs & boats, boat launch & semi-rustic Potomac riverside cabins. Saw only a few birds, other than seagulls & limited number of songbirds. We encountered too many dogs with a good number off leash against park regulations. Did not understand all the deer consistently hanging out along the golf course close to playing golfers near the park entrance.

Heather Robinson

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Saturday, March 31, 2018
Great views with lots of open grass to play on! Had a blast with my family. Beautiful day.

Brian Carr

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Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018
This is a fantastic park. My son and I enjoy coming up here and walking through the woods. My family has stayed in the cabins as well, and we've always enjoyed it.

Marinda Tilly

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Sunday, Jan. 21, 2018
This is a great park with a lot of activities for all ages from golf, water park, hiking, biking, boating, soccer, ... to dog walking. I love that it is along the river, and the view is beautiful regardless of the season. The only complain I have is that the trail can be muddy after rain or snow. I wish it is covered with mulch or something so that my feet aren't sinking in mudd. My In the Summer, in warmer seasons, there are lots of strings of cobwebs on the trail. Some part of the parking area is covered with small grovels. Overall, it is a great park.

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