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Algonkian Regional Park, Sterling

(4.4/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
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  • Went to the lake alot with my dad and had picnic lunches. We would watch the boats and jet skis dock and unlaunch 
  • We never use this place enough! The staff at Algonkian Park does a great job of keeping the park clean and looking amazing. The fields, golf course, picnic tables and etc are wonderful here. I need to...  more »
  • great place to fish when it's not a raining season. there are plenty of places to sit and grill in the summer. 
  • Ran a race from great falls to Algonkian and loved it the trails were fun but watch out when it rains.
  • This park is always a nice getaway from the craziness of the area. There is a golf course for golfers, plenty of woods, boat launch, picnic tables/grills, pavilions for rent, cabins for rent, and a waterpark when in season. Deer can be found wandering the park pretty much all year. They wander the woods, fields and golf course as well as the park road, so stay alert.
  • Great picnic area along the Potomac. Nice walking/hiking/running trail that also follows the Potomac to Great Falls.
  • Beautiful trails, lots of space for picnics and trails to wake. Set on the banks of the Potomac River it is definitely a good place to go for a quick getaway or even a romantic walk.
  • Nice little area along the Potomac River. It's also the start and finish line for many of The North Face Endurance Challenge DC races.