• Monday, June 29th 2015, access to the mountain bike trails will be limited to competitors registered for the Fairfax 2015 World Police and Fire Games, with potential rain dates scheduled for July 1st and July 3rd.  Please call the park (703-250-9124 ex. 1) or check our Facebook page for further updates. Friends, family, and spectators welcome!


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Fountainhead is situated in Fairfax Station, where visitors will quickly discover the spectacular view of the widest point of the Occoquan Reservoir. Perfect for fishing or simply relaxing on the calm waters, Fountainhead’s water access allows for private boat launching as well as canoe, kayak and jon boat rentals. Fountainhead also offers a handicap accessible fishing pier. 
On land, the park also boasts one of the most challenging mountain bike trails in the region, which  features a stacked loop system, with a beginner level loop that newer and younger riders can stay on, or riders can continue on the connecting intermediate loop, and then on to an advanced loop.   The course includes the beginner and intermediate loops and boardwalk, trail bridges and technical trail features to create a challenging and exciting ride for cyclists of all abilities. 
The park also serves as one of the major access points for the Bull Run Occoquan Trail.
2015 Paddle Tour Brochure


Directions: To reach Fountainhead, take I-95 south of the Beltway, exit at Occoquan and travel north on Rt. 123 approximately 5 miles. Turn left onto Hampton Road and drive 3 miles to the entrance on the left.





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This park was supported by the Land and Water Conservation Fund - helping states and communities provide outdoor recreation and open space for all Americans.
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