Lake Accotink Park - FCPA
Recreational opportunities, as well as cultural and natural resources, abound at Lake Accotink Park. The park serves a diverse community with equally diverse interests. Every summer, thousands of visitors come to enjoy the great outdoors through our various amenities. The park has a 3.75 loop for walkers and bicyclist alike. Our picturesque lake can be enjoyed through boat rentals, a tourboat ride, or even launch your own boat. We cater to families with our unique amusements such as the Lucky Duck Miniature Golf course and our antique carousel. The park is also a great place for groups, due to multiple picnic and pavilion areas to accommodate any size event. The park includes a basketball and sand volleyball court, and a playground as well.
Besides all of the lake front amenities Lake Accotink Park offers many classes and camps each year. Art classes for all ages are offered year round. Each spring there are multiple sport, exercise, fitness, and pet classes to meet many interests. In the summer our park comes alive with inquisitive minds in our summer camp programs. Check out our website for a full listing and to register for our programs.
- Birthday Party Packages
- Group Rates Available on amusements and boat rentals
- Guided Lake Tours on our Pontoon boat
- Cardboard Boat Regatta May 31, 2015
- Summer Camps and Classes
NewsRelease Date: March 20, 2017
Whom to Contact
- Kali Pellegrino
- Julie TahanPark Supervisor
From I-95: take Old Keene Mill Road (VA-644) west ¼ mile to a right on Hanover Ave. to a left onto Highland Ave. to a right onto Accotink Park Road. Park entrance is ahead on the left. From I-495 (Capital Beltway): Take exit 54B (Braddock Road) east one mile to a right onto Backlick Road. Continue 1 ½ miles to a right onto Highland Ave. to a right on Accotink Park Rd. Park entrance is ahead on the left. From the Fairfax County Parkway (points west): Take Old Keene Mill Road (VA-644) east 5½ miles to left on Hanover Ave. to left on Highland Ave. to right on Accotink Park Rd. Park entrance is just ahead on left.