Established in 1936 and spanning over 17,000 acres along the Quantico watershed, this national park is the largest protected ... More
Prince William National Forest Park
Established in 1936 and spanning over 17,000 acres along the Quantico watershed, this national park is the largest protected natural area in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan region and it includes a variety of amenities including 37 miles of hiking trails, 21 miles of bicycle accessible roads and trails, several tent camping options, rustic cabin camping, and a full service, concessionaire-operated RV campground.
Prince William National Forest Park is a great place just to take a break and get away from all of the traffic for a little while - and you don't have to drive hours to get there - it's minutes away.
I enjoy running, biking and hiking there. It's worth a trip.
What is this place doing here? If you're visiting D.C. and want to see the area go to Shenadoah or Camp David! I don't know why this place exists, but it is nothing special and shouldn't be a national park!
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