Mason Neck State Park is located on the Mason Neck peninsula in southeastern Fairfax County, Virginia. The Park's wetlands, forest, water, ponds, and fields are home to a variety of wildlife, including bald eagles, osprey, geese, ducks, swans, and other birds living on or near the Potomac River, Kane's Creek, and Belmont Bay.
The Park has hiking trails, three miles of paved multi-use trails, a large picnic area, a playground, a car-top canoe and kayak launch, and a visitor center. Canoe, kayak, and bicycle rentals are available.
work to conserve, enhance, and interpret the Park's natural, educational, recreational, cultural and historic resources. We sponsor picnics, kayak trips, show-and-tell, volunteer activities, and other special events.
The Park is currently updating its 10-year Master Plan. Your input is important! Please help decide the future of the Park by completing this quick online survey: