Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park
Hike winding nature trails and explore wooded areas at Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park in Leesburg, Virginia. This out-of-the-way park is home to several historic buildings, and a cast of wild native plants and wildlife. Climb to the overlook to take in a scenic vista of the Potomac River.
Whether you’re looking for a challenge on one of the 13 ropes course elements or just want to fly on one of their four zip lines or scale up our two rock walls, the Adventure Park offers a fun, rewarding and convenient experience for friends, family, coworkers, clients and groups of all ages!
Leesburg Animal Park
The Leesburg Animal Park is a family-owned and operated business that opened in March of 2000. The Park has many animal residents that you can meet, pet and feed. Enter the “Contact Area” to roam around with farm animals such as goats, sheep and llamas. Jump onto a Wagon Ride, take a Pony Ride or join a Live Animal Show! They offer an up-close animal experience that you won’t get at a larger zoo.
Live Animal Shows at 11:45am, 1:45pm & 3:45pm with Pony Rides, Animal Petting & Feeding Area, Camel Rides (select weekends), Wagon Rides, 3-level indoor Jungle Play Zone for kids, Discovery Room arts & crafts, games & toys! Exotic Animal Exhibits: Lemurs, Sloth, Kookaburras, Reptiles, African Serval Cats, White-handed Gibbons, Camels, African-Crested Porcupines, Coatimundi, Patagonian Cavi, Zebras!
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Morven Park is located in Leesburg, Virginia, in the heart of Horse Country and just a short drive from Washington, D.C. As our community has grown, Morven Park has become the “Central Park” of our region attracting nearly 200,000 visitors every year. Whether participating in our highly competitive equestrian events, touring our three museums, picnicking, hiking, playing on our athletic fields, or just absorbing the beauty of the woodlands, mountain ridge, historic buildings, and formal gardens, visitors who come here fall in love with Morven Park. As a nonprofit organization, we rely on your donations to preserve our historic and natural resources, and to keep our gates open to the public year-round.
Historic White Ferry
Historic White’s Ferry is the last of 100 ferries that used to operate on the Potomac River. This ferry, named after the confederate Civil War General Jubal A. Early, connects Whites Ferry Road in Montgomery County, Maryland with a road by the same name in Loudoun County, Virginia. The cars line up on what looks like a boat ramp and drive down onto the ferry. Once loaded, the ferry follows a wire cable to the other side of the Potomac.