hiking Hide Map Reviews (14)Photos (86)Recordings (25)Debra Saletta on Bushey Point Trail26 days agohikingLoved the trail and especially nature and the bridges. We got off the trail accidentally after coming across the 3rd bridge so use the map to stay on track. There are numerous trails.ShinySideUpHD Novy on Leesylvania State Park1 month agowalkingVery pretty to walk along the shoreline, the docks, foot bridges to watch the boats and those picnicking. Love anyplace that welcomes our walking our dogs. Interesting historic markers. Navy band and fireworks were a lovely surprise for our family entertainment. Sadly a bit of trash, but mostly clean.Cathy Murphy on Occoquan Bay Wildlife Ref...2 months agohikingGreat trails along the water, but it was very buggy! Seriously had to keep mouths hit cuz the flies, dragonflies & Nats were dive bombing us in the whole walk. At the end we stopped to stretch in a shady grassy latch and found 2 ticks in me! Just be prepared with bug repellant!Johnita Williams on Bushey Point Trail2 months agoWent with my 5 year old and he loved it, even though it was unplanned still had a great dayTerrie King on Lees Woods Trail3 months agohikingAn easy mix of narrow and wide trail with pleasant rolling and steep points. We took the dogs and had a great time.Lauren Jacobs on Leesylvania State Park4 months agoGary V on Leesylvania State Park10 months agohikingGood easy hike with my 4 year old grandson. Had a chance to stop and use my Jetboil minimo. Grandson loves eating mountain house Spaghetti and meatballs.Elizabeth D. on Occoquan Bay Wildlife Ref...1 year agowalkingReally nice, easy walk. Great for kids. Lots of space to walk with groups, walking along the water for a large part of it. Off-road stroller friendly.Shannon Augustine on Potomac Trail1 year agohikinggood trail if you have kids. otherwise it is boring trail but with interesting information along the trail. it has a playground for kids to play and amble picnic tables. excellent place to go in the spring.Dan Meyers on Lees Woods Trail2 years agohikingLees Woods Trail is a nice hike in the Leesylvania VA State Park. There are many historic marker for Gen. R.E. Lee's Boyhood home. The path has a few steep grades but over very nice.Christopher T. on Leesylvania State Park3 years agohikingGreat for a day hike with the dog or family.Rob Wood on Lees Woods Trail3 years agohikingNot being from the area, the trail head was a bit challenging to find as we arrived from across the Potomac via zodiac tender. Luckily a park ranger directed us to the location at the North end of the upper parking lot. This is a great trail hike, full of history with good interpretive information along the way. We highly recommend this easy hike. Learn about Robert E. Lee's father's homestead. Good views of the Potomac.Curtis Edsall on Bushey Point Trail4 years agowalkingI walked the Bushey Point/Powell's Creek, starting from the Bushey Point trailhead and looping the Powell's Creek trail. Total distance of the two is about 3 miles. The trails are well maintained, easy to walk, and well marked. I had my two dogs with me on a sunny Saturday morning. There were a few other folks (runners and dog walkers) on the trail. NOTE: The trail is in Leesylvania State Park and access to the park is $5.00 per day or you can purchase a year long pass for $36.00. Irene Flores on Leesylvania State Park4 years agohikingNice hike with views and history all in one.