East End Trail: Cotton Mill to Lake Ridge Marina

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Lake Ridge Community Park

East End Trail: Cotton Mill to Lake Ridge Marina is a 5.5 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Woodbridge, Virginia that features a river and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and running and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

Length5.5 miElevation gain400 ftRoute typeOut & back
HikingWalkingRunningDog friendlyForestPartially pavedRiverBlowdownMuddy
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Crystal Moore
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HikingMuddyPrivate property

Weird setup trail goes in and out of woods into residential area. Trail was muddy.

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AllTrails User David Blake
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walt galvin
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Hiking

Meh, too many tree roots and narrow paths so walking two dogs made it difficult at times. Plus too many squirrels which made the dogs go crazy. Think I’ll pass on this one in the future

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Adam Frick
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Trail is mostly flat with minor elevation changes and follows streams most of the way so very relaxing. 3 miles end to end or 6 miles if you go out and back. 2nd half of trail follows edge of Occoquan Reservoir and will lead you to Lake Ridge Marina. Follow the LRPA trail markers and the blue paint markings on trees. There are a couple of small stream crossings to navigate - you can carefully hop from rock to rock or wear some waterproof shoes - use caution if you go after rains as that will make the crossings a bit more hairy but anyone in decent shape with good balance should be fine.

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Nadiuska Beach
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Hiking
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Bret Nida
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Adam Frick
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Joe Bob Penor
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Hiking
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