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Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge 'Hanging in there' © John Laurie
Downey woodpecker looking for lunch
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Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge
'Hanging in there'
© John Laurie

Downey woodpecker looking for lunch

Douthat State Park
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Douthat State Park
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Shenandoah National Park
'Black Bear'
© Copyright c 2007 William K. Hunter II. All rights reserved.

Black Bear in Elkwallow pinic area searching for food

Douthat State Park
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Chincoteague National Wildlife Refuge
'Sand Crab'
© Copyright c 2007 William K. Hunter II. All rights reserved.

The children were giving this little guy a run for his life

Shenandoah National Park
© Copyrighted by Robin Kirby

Grayson Highlands State Park
© Jim Oakley



Virginia's Northern Region Parks


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State Wildlife Management Areas
1
National Park
1
National Memorial
3
State Forests
5
State Parks
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Parks in this region are near these Virginia Cities (click city name to see parks within 25 miles)
WOODBRIDGE
ANNANDALE
FAIRFAX
ASHBURN
STAFFORD
MIDLOTHIAN
LEESBURG
HERNDON
BURKE
RICHMOND
CENTREVILLE
STERLING
MANASSAS
CHESTERFIELD
FALLS CHURCH
ALEXANDRIA

Conway-Robinson Memorial State Forest
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Fort Hunt National Park
Welcome to Fort Hunt Park The George Washington Memorial Parkway manages this popular area. The park is open year- round, and has several picnic areas with a variety of facilities. Throughout the year,picnic area E is available to all visitors on a first come, first served basis. April through October, ........more >
G Richardson Thompson State Wildlife Management Area
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Leesylvania State Park
Leesylvania opened in 1992. In 1978, noted philanthropist Daniel Ludwig donated the land to the state for a park. A national historical society, the Society of Lees of Virginia, was instrumental in securing the donation. Locally the area is known as Freestone Point, referring to the sandstone early ........more >
Marumsco National Wildlife Refuge
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Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge
Mason Neck NWR was established in 1969 for the protection of nesting, feeding, and roosting habitat for the Bald eagles. It was the first federal refuge established specifically for the then endangered Bald eagle. The refuge is part of the Potomac River NWR Complex. The refuge, situated along the ........more >
Mason Neck State Park
Mason Neck State Park is situated on a peninsula formed by Pohick Bay on the north, Belmont Bay on the south and the Potomac River on the east. The peninsula is the site of an active heron rookery. The park also attracts several other migrating and non-migrating species of birds, including whistling ........more >
National Memorial Park
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Pocahontas State Forest
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Pocahontas State Park
Just 20 miles from downtown Richmond, the capital of Virginia, Pocahontas State Park has been one of the more popular parks in the state park system. Swift Creek forms the nucleus of the park, which is centered in a wildlife management area.........more >
Powhatan State Wildlife Management Area
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Presquile National Wildlife Refuge
Presquile National Wildlife Refuge NWR is an un-staffed satellite of the Eastern Virginia Rivers National Wildlife Refuge Complex. The Refuge is a 1329-acre island in the James River, located approximately 25 miles south of Richmond, Virginia. Established to protect habitat for wintering waterfowl and ........more >
Saylers Creek Battlefield State Park
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Sky Meadows State Park
The land for this park was donated in 1975 by Paul Mellon of Upperville to the Commonwealth of Virginia. It consisted of 1,132 acres. The name Sky Meadows came from former owner Sir Robert Hadow, who named the property Skye Farm after an island in Scotland. In 1988 Mellon donated another 486 acres. ........more >
Whitney State Forest
The 147-acre Whitney State Forest is the perfect size for an early morning walk or an evening bike ride. The forest holds over six miles of trails that weave their way back and forth around a central fire road. These woods are primarily deciduous, making a beautiful spectacle come fall when the leaves ........more >
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