Parks



Whether you are looking for a playground for your family, want to explore a historic site, go for a walk on a shady trail, find a spot for your family picnic, go for a swim, or find the perfect wedding venue, discover our parks.
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Baldwin Park 
9101 Prince William Street 
This park is nestled among the tall trees behind the Manassas Museum. This is a great place for a child's birthday party or just a quiet gathering for friends. The park includes a playground, small garden path, and picnic tables. While you're there, please visit the Manassas Museum.
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Byrd Park
8528 Cavalry Lane
A covered picnic pavilion and grills are available for reservations, and other amenities include:                
  • Basketball courts & Roller hockey court
  • Playgrounds
  • Three ball fields (by reservation only)
  • Batting Cage
  • Bankshot basketball
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Public Restrooms (seasonal)
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Cannon Branch fort

Cannon Branch Park &
​Earthwork Fort

10611 Gateway Boulevard
​One of two surviving Civil War forts in Manassas, Cannon Branch Fort was built by Union troops in 1864 to help defend rail lines from Confederate raids. Take a walk on a paved wooded path and see the remains of the fort. We ask your help in staying on the path so the delicate remains may be preserved.

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Cavalry Run Park

9201 Ashton Avenue
​ A neighborhood park with:
​• Basketball court
​• Playground
​• Picnic Area
​• Grill
​• Two tennis courts

Cavalry Run Park
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Dean Park

9501 Dean Park Lane
​There is plenty of open space to accommodate large gatherings including: ​
​ •Basketball  & Tennis Courts
​•Winters Branch recreation / walking trails 0.9 miles
​       Take the Winters Branch Trail Tour
​ ​•Playground ​
​•Two lighted ball fields (by reservation only)
​•Batting Cages
​​•Public Restrooms (seasonal)
​• Skate Park
​• Manassas Industrial School/Jennie Dean Memorial

Dean Skate Park

9503 Dean Park
​Lane Situated on a small parcel of land behind the Boys & Girls Club in Dean Park, this park is reserved solely for skateboarders and roller blade enthusiasts. It is open during daylight hours only and is not supervised. Benches are located on the outside of the fence for parental use. There is no admission fee.

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Manassas Industrial School/ Jennie Dean Memorial


​Visit the five-acre archaeological park on the original site of the Manassas Industrial School for Colored Youth, adjacent to Jennie Dean Elementary. The school was founded largely through the efforts of former slave Jennie Dean who, after almost a decade of charismatic fundraising, chartered the school in 1893. Learn about the school at an interactive kiosk, view a model of the original campus, and walk among the original school's foundations.

MIS Jennie Dean Memorial
Harris Pavilion

9201 Center Street

Enjoy happenings at the Loy E. Harris Pavilion year-round. In summer, visit the Thursday Farmer's Market, a free lunchtime or evening concert, a Sunday Ice Cream Social, or many festivals, events, and dances. Lace up your skates and take a turn on the ice when the weather turns cold. The Pavilion is also available for private rentals.
Harris Pavilion at night
Harris Pavilion winter
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Kinsley Mill Park

10253 Hastings Drive
​ Enjoy tall shade trees and other amenities including:  •Roller hockey court & Basketball court
​ •Picnic area & Grills
​ •Playground equipment
​ •Small t-ball field

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Lee Manor Park

Lee Manor Park

9650 Shannon Lane
​Located adjacent to Round Elementary School, this park includes three lighted tennis courts and ample parking.

Liberia

8601 Portner Avenue
Currently closed for site work and rest room construction. Confederate President Jefferson Davis and President Lincoln visited, and troops occupied the 1825 Liberia house during the Civil War. The house is open for special events and tours, and the grounds are open for walking and picnicking. A series of trails is being constructed through wooded areas of the 18-acre historic site.

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Mayfield Earthwork Fort

8401 Quarry Road
​ Confederate troops occupied the fort between June 1861 and March 1862, and Union troops occupied the fort from March 1862 to November 1864. Follow the path up the hill to the fort and read interpretive markers along the way. When at the top, visit the remains of the Hooe family farm Mayfield. Be sure to see a replica of one of the wooden Quaker guns, which were fabricated to look like real cannons during the Civil War.

Soldiers at Mayfield Fort

Nelson Park

8915 Grant Avenue
​This park is a favorite for weddings, thanks to a picturesque gazebo and fountain. Park in the small lot off of Grant Avenue. The fountain only operates in spring and summer.

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Oakenshaw Park 

9556 Oakenshaw Drive
This neighborhood park includes two parts and includes these amenities:
​ •Two basketball courts
​ •Playgrounds
​•T-ball field

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Stonewall Park


8300 Stonewall Road
​A covered picnic pavilion and grills are available for reservation, and other amenities include:
​• Basketball courts & Lighted Tennis Court 
​• Playgrounds
​• 0.9 mile Fitness trail  
​• Football/Soccer field
​• Swimming pool
​• Public Restrooms (seasonal)
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Delisle Park

Walter Delisle Park

9027 West Street

This small neighborhood park is a great place to pause under the shady trees. It includes:
​• A toddler playground
​• A picnic table
​• Shady trees

Winterset Park

8252 Winterset Drive
​ Amenities at this neighborhood park include:
​ • Two basketball courts
​ • Playground
​ • Picnic Area
​ • Grill

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