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 venue for your event, discover our parks.
Woodlands on City park land that are not marked as a nature trail are not designated nor maintained to be utilized in such a manor.
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The shaded area surrounding the historic 1892 Annaburg Manor house is open for passive recreation from dawn to dusk, unless closed for construction. It is a great place for a walk or a picnic. Find out more about Annaburg's history and plans.
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.
Amenities include: basketball & roller hockey courts; playgrounds & fitness equipment; diamond fields & a batting cage; bankshot basketball; and a covered picnic area for rent & seasonal rest rooms.
Cannon Branch Park & Earthwork Fort
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. Walk shaded trails and rest on benches with a wooded view.
Cavalry Run Park
A neighborhood park with:
- Basketball court
- Picnic Area
- Tennis/Pickleball courts
Dean Skate Park
Located behind the Boys & Girls Club in Dean Park, this park is reserved solely for skateboarders and roller blade enthusiasts. Benches are available for spectators. It is open during daylight hours & is unsupervised. There is no fee.
Enjoy happenings at the Loy E. Harris Pavilion year-round. In summer, visit the Thursday Farmer's Market, a free concert, or many festivals, events, and dances. Enjoy ice skating in winter. The Pavilion is also available for event rental
Kinsley Mill Park
Enjoy tall shade trees; picnic tables and grills; a new playground & climbing wall; and a roller hockey & basketball court.
Lee Manor Park
Located adjacent to Round Elementary School, this park includes lighted tennis courts and parking.
Liberia House & Grounds
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, including short walking trails, are open for walking and picnicking.
Mayfield Earthwork Fort
Confederate troops occupied the fort from 1861-1862, and Union troops occupied the fort from 1862 to-1864. Read interpretive markers, visit the remains of the Hooe family farm Mayfield, and walk paved paths to the top of the fort.
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.
This neighborhood park includes:
- diamond field
Rent a covered picnic pavilion and grills and enjoy: a basketball court; lighted tennis/pickleball courts; playgrounds; a 0.9 mile recreation trail; rectangular fields; Stonewall Park Pool; and seasonal restrooms.
Walter Delisle Park
This small neighborhood park is a great place to pause under the shady trees. It includes a playground and picnic table.
Amenities at this neighborhood park include: a basketball court, playground, picnic area, and grill.