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Maryanne Moyers, Managing Broker
Weichert Realtors

Cell: 540-379-7359
Office: 703-897-4777
e-mail: maryanne.moyers@gmail.com

Dwayne Moyers, Realtor

Weichert Realtors

Cell: 540-446-6284
Office: 540-720-7263
e-mail: MoyersTeam@gmail.com

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Parks and Recreation

Parks and Museums in Fairfax County Virginia

Listed below are parks and museums in Fairfax County

Museums & Historic Sites:

Click here for museums and historical sites in Fairfax County.

The Fairfax County Park Authority operates 420 parks including 371 miles of trails, lakes with marinas, historic sites, and nature centers.  These parks include 274 athletic fields (30 synthetic turf). The Fairfax County Park Authority also manages the maintenance of more than 500 athletic fields for Fairfax County Public Schools.  The Fairfax Cross County Trail is a 40 mile trail for pedestrians, cyclists, & equestrian use.  It connects Great Falls National Park (Potomac River) to Occoquan Regional Park (Occoquan River). Facilities of the Fairfax County Park Authority:

NIKE Missile Site Fairfax County VirginiaNIKE Missile Site W-64, Lorton Virginia, was built during 1954 and was part of the Army Air Defense Command (ARADCOM). A ring of 11 NIKE anti-aircraft missile batteries were strategically… Continue reading

Caroline County Virginia Services

Caroline County Virginia Services

Caroline County residents emergency medical services are provided at Mary Washington Hospital in Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania Regional Medical Center, and several major hospitals in the Richmond area with ground and air ambulance services including Virginia Commonwealth University Medical Center. Other medical services for Caroline County residents include a public health center and two private medical clinics. Government services for the Town of Bowling Green and Town of Port Royal are provided by Caroline County Government.

The Caroline County Courthouse was built in 1835, and the Town of Bowling Green was incorporated 2 years later.

This is the Caroline County Courthouse in Bowling Green, Virginia.

The Caroline Library has four branches. They are the Ladysmith Branch Library in Ladysmith Village subdivision in Ruther Glen, the Bowling Green Branch Library in the Town of Bowling Green, Dawn Branch (Hanover), and Port Royal Branch. Listed below is a guide of new residents of Caroline County. The quick links are listed next to each service.

Stafford County Parks and Recreation

Stafford County Parks and Recreation

Ferry Farm Historical Marker Stafford County VirginiaAcross from Fredericksburg on the Rappahannock River in Stafford County is Ferry Farm. It was George Washington’s childhood home from 1738-1754, and the place where our first president at age six couldn’t lie to his father after chopping down a prized cherry tree. George Washington left Ferry Farm to work as a surveyor west of the Blue Ridge Mountains. In 1774 Mary Ball Washington (mother) moved to a home in Fredericksburg purchased for her by George Washington. Ferry Farm was sold to Dr. Hugh Mercer. But he never occupied it due to his service as a Brigadier General in the Revolutionary War. In 1777 he was killed at the Battle of Princeton and became a symbol of American bravery for the Continental Army. The Union Army of the Potomac used Ferry Farm as a winter camp and crossing point over the Rappahannock River during the… Continue reading

Prince William County Parks and Museums

Prince William County parks and museums are worth your time if walking Civil War battlefields and visualizing the struggle between opposing forces seems like time well spent. Besides museums, the links below will lead to find information and photographs of historic sites, water parks, community pools, community recreation centers, sports complexes, camp sites, and bird watching.

Prince William County Museums

Americans in Wartime Museum (Dale City)

Freedom Museum (Manassas Airport)

Haymarket Museum (Town of Haymarket)

Manassas Museum (City of Manassas)

This sculpture was created by Terry Jones of Jones Sculptures, Inc. (Pennsylvania). He led Marines in 19 campaigns from Haiti and Nicaragua through the Korean War, receiving 53 decorations including 5 Navy Crosses, Distinguished Service Cross, Silver Star, and Bronze Star.

This 8′ statue of Marine Corps Lieutenant General Chesty B. Puller weighing 1000 pounds is in Semper Fidelis Memorial Park next to the Semper Fidelis Memorial Chapel and the National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Virginia.

National Museum of the Marine Corps (Triangle)

Mill House Museum (Occoquan)

Weems-Botts Museum (Dumfries)

Other historic sites include: Bel Air House (Dale City), Ben Lomond House… Continue reading

Prince William County Sports Leagues and Fitness Venues

This is a rundown of Prince William County sports leagues and fitness venues. There are adult and youth athletic organizations, community parks and recreation centers are listed here.

Ice Skating Rinks

Fitness Facilities

Prince William County Public Schools and Parks

Upgrades to Prince William County Public Schools and Parks

The following upgrades (1-5) will occur during 2014 to upgrade and expand fields for youth sports. This is part of a plan to increase field availability for football, baseball, lacrosse, soccer, and field hockey youth leagues. The 2014 Prince William County budget will likely include talks to add field lights to 36 existing athletic fields, and add 30 more fields throughout the county.

  • Artificial turf fields and field lights at Gainesville Middle School and Saunders Middle School (Dale City) for $2 million.
  • Additional auxiliary field at Veterans Park (Woodbridge) for $300,000.
  • Field lights for the multi-purpose field and diamond field at Long Park (Gainesville) for $400,000.
  • Field lights at Godwin Middle School (Dale City) for $200,000. Future plans include funding for a artificial turf field.
  • Auxiliary field and restrooms at Fuller Heights Park (Triangle) for $150,000 tax money and $150,000 development… Continue reading