|COVID-19 & the VBWT: Be Safe While OutdoorsDGIF encourages you to be safe while outdoors. Before heading out, first check with individual sites on the Virginia Bird & Wildlife Trail to find out whether they are still open to the public. Information regarding closures is typically posted on a site's own website. Be advised that some sites, even if still open, may have certain public facilities closed during this time. If a site is still open, maintain CDC social distancing guidelines while enjoying the outdoors.|
This 32-acre park is a popular fishing and swimming spot located on a peninsula that juts into the mouth of Aquia Creek. The park’s entrance road is flanked by a large marsh that attracts a variety of songbirds, as well as marsh birds, including rails. The border of this marsh can also have the highest concentration of damselflies on the Coastal Phase of the Trail. Part of the park is wooded and consequently supplies attractive habitat to many migrant and breeding songbirds. Visitors should also watch for the waterfowl, terns and gulls that can be seen flying over the creek channel.
From I-95 in Stafford, take Exit #140 to Rt. 630/Courthouse Road East. Proceed 2.7 miles to Rt. 629/Andrew Chapel Road, turn right, travel 0.8 miles and turn left on Rt. 608/Brooke Road. Go 4.1 miles to the park entrance.
Fee: (County Residents: $3 Youth & Seniors/$4 Adults;
Non-County Residents: $4.50 Youth & Seniors/$6.50 Adults)