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Best trails in Centreville

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Looking for a great trail near Centreville, Virginia? AllTrails has 7 great hiking trails, trail running trails, forest trails and more, with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers, and nature lovers like you. If you're looking for the best trails around Sky Meadows State Park or Seneca Creek State Park, we've got you covered. You'll also find some great local park options, like Sugarloaf Mountain Natural Area or Great Falls Park. Just looking to take a quick stroll? We've got 6 easy trails in Centreville ranging from 1.1 to 7.9 miles and from 147 to 370 feet above sea level. Start checking them out and you'll be out on the trail in no time!
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Map of trails in Centreville
Top trails (7)
#1 - Stone Bridge Loop
Centreville, Virginia
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Length: 1.4 mi • Est. 38 m
Please note that partial trail closures have been reported for this trail as of 06/22/2020.Show more
#2 - Cub Run Stream Valley Trail
Cub Run Stream Valley Park
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Length: 6.6 mi • Est. 2 h 47 m
#3 - Rocky Run Stream Valley Trail
Rocky Run Park
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Length: 6.9 mi • Est. 2 h 53 m
Rocky Run Trail is lightly trafficked and well maintained path along the creek through mature woods. The trail has access at multiple points as it runs through Rocky Run Stream Valley park from the east side of Ellanor Lawrence park to Fairfax County Parkway and back through the Poplar Tree and Greenbriar neighborhoods of Fairfax.Show more
#4 - Bull Run-Occoquon Trail: Centreville Road to Bluebell Trail
Bull Run Regional Park
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Length: 4.9 mi • Est. 1 h 58 m
#5 - Bluebell Trail
Bull Run Regional Park
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Length: 1.8 mi • Est. 45 m
#6 - Bull Run-Occoquon Trail: Centreville Road to Hemlock Overlook Park
Bull Run Regional Park
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Length: 7.9 mi • Est. 3 h 11 m
#7 - E. C. Lawrence Woodland Trail
Ellanor C Lawrence Park
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Length: 1.1 mi • Est. 28 m
In 2004, the Fairfax County Park Authority created a stone dust trail that runs south from Walney Park Rd to Henry Pond Ct. The main purpose of this trail was to provide an easy way for park management to monitor potential damage to a historic stone wall that runs the length of the property, but it was also intended to remain open for public use. In the late summer of 2004, somebody (possibly from one of the adjoining neighborhoods) cleared a trail through a beautiful section of woods, adjoining the existing maintenance trail. In doing so, they damaged a section of the wall. Though park management was not pleased with this action (which, technically, was at best vandalism), they recognized the desire for people to have a quiet path through the woods.  About a year later, the FCPA closed off a couple of sections, but then significantly extended the trail in a much wider loop to the north. It's been fairly well maintained ever since, with occasional trimming of plants, clearing of fallen trees, and surfacing with mulch. Additionally, 4 benches (or so) have been placed along the length of the trail. If you visit, please enjoy the views, but don't damage the stone wall or venture too far off the trail. Wildlife seen in this section of the woods include squirrels, deer, foxes, skunks, turkey, and (possibly) even coyotes! Enjoy!Show more