**The bridge is out that spans the water treatment spillway near Ordway Road. The bridge is about 1.72 miles from the trailhead.**
Bull Run-Occoquan Trail
Designated in 2006 as a National Recreation Trail, the Bull Run-Occoquan Trail (BROT) invites hikers and horseback riders to discover more than 4,000 acres of scenic woodlands.
The 17-mile trail rises over steep wooded hillsides, winds through deep ravines and crosses numerous streams and flood plains. Hiking may be considered moderately strenuous, and trail users are encouraged to carry ample water and wear appropriate foot and ankle support. Many parks along the trail are open seasonally and should not be regarded as reliable sources of food, water or emergency care.
Click here to view the Bull Run-Occoquan Trail Map
Mid-April is the perfect time to explore the Bluebell trail with over 25 varieties of wildflowers in bloom. The 1.5 mile loop trail provides a spectacular show.
Winding through the woodlands along the northern end of the park, the white trail provides and easy 2.5 mile loop for hikers and equestrians.
*Bicycles are prohibited on all natural surface trails.
Equestrian Trail Map and Etiquette