Occoquan Regional Park Description
Picturesque views of Occoquan River can be seen from this park, which is
located on 400 acres of land across the river from the town of Occoquan. It offers picnic facilities, ball fields, a hiking trail,
a marina and boat launch. A paved section of the Fairfax Cross Country Trail runs the length of the park
and terminates at the marina.
For history buffs, the park has a brick kiln dating back to the early 1900's. Also on the grounds are historical
markers telling the story of the women's suffrage movement. Women protesting for the right to vote were
imprisoned in the old Lorton Prison, located just up the road from the park.