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Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park

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  1. ADA Accessible Multipurpose Trail
  2. Baseball (optional)
  3. Batting Cage(s)
  4. Concessions
  5. Creek
  6. Cricket
  7. Football (optional)
  8. Free Parking (optional)
  9. Lacrosse (optional)
  10. Meadow(s)
  11. Nature Programs
  12. Nature Trail(s)
  13. Office/Visitor Center (optional)
  14. Picnic Table(s) (optional)
  15. Pond(s)
  16. Restrooms (optional)
  17. Soccer (optional)
  18. Softball (optional)
  19. Wooded Area(s) (optional)

This award-winning, 405-acre regional park has something for everyone - from the outdoor enthusiast to the seasoned athlete. 

Sports Complex

Complex 1

Sports: Football / Lacrosse

  • Field Numbers: 1, 2
    Description: Lined rectangles

Complex 2

Sports: Softball / Baseball

  • Field Number: 3
    Description: Grass infield diamond with 200 feet fence
  • Field Numbers: 4, 5, 6
    Description: Skinned diamonds with 200 feet fences
  • Field Number: 7
    Description: Grass infield with 90 feet baseball diamonds and 300 feet fence

Complex 3

Sports: Softball / Baseball

  • Field Number: 8
    Description: Skinned 90 feet baseball diamonds with 300 feet fence
  • Field Numbers: 9, 10, 11
    Description: Skinned diamonds with 300 feet fences

Complex 4

Sports: Soccer / Field Hockey

  • Field Number: 12
    Description: Championship soccer field
  • Field Numbers: 13, 14, 15, 16
    Description: Lined rectangles
  • Field Number: 17
    Description: Lined Field Hockey

Trails & Nature

Philip Bolen Park has almost 200 acres of woods, meadows, and stream valleys! Sign-up as a park volunteer and help maintain our beautiful environment.

Walk or run our 3.5 miles of nature trails while searching for red tail hawks or bluebirds. The park also hosts a USATF-certified 5K cross country course which wanders through wooded trails, sports fields, and picturesque landscapes.

Campfire Programs

Enjoy an evening in the park with the whole family. All of our campfires include a short interactive program or hike. You’ll definitely want to attend more than one! Come early and have a picnic. Brings blankets or chairs. We’ll bring the s‘mores and toasting sticks. Call 571-258-3487 for information.

Dogs in Parks

Dogs are generally allowed in parks while on a physical leash and under the control of the owner, according to Chapter 612.13 of the Loudoun County Codified Ordinances; however, per Chapter 1092.21, there are certain areas within parks that dogs are prohibited. Please see the ordinance language for both 612.13 and 1092.21 for more details.