E. David Garcia, Roving Naturalist for Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, will lead a nature hike for Our Task and friends! Join us to learn more about Fountainhead Regional Park and its natural inhabitants.
This hike has a $10/person value but is FREE for you!
The Spectacle of Spring
The forest has awaken to Spring, so come an join us to observe in this season of transformation. Forest residents are busy in action, from piping songs and whistles from birds, to animals nibbling on new vegetation from the forest floor. Come and learn about the amazing changes that happen in the woods. This is approximately a 90 minute hike. We will cross two small streams by hopping on rocks so it is suggested not to bring too much gear.
Water bottle or any type of hydration option
Hiking shoes highly recommend (flip flops or sandals will not be allowed)
Fountainhead Regional Park
10875 Hampton Road Fairfax Station, VA 22039
Take I-95 south of the Beltway, exit at Occoquan and travel north on Route 123 approximately 5 miles. Turn left onto Hampton Road and drive miles to the park entrance on left.
Specific location to meet
As you drive/enter into the park, continue for about 1 minute until you will see me standing on the side of the road next to my white company car (Northern VA Regional Park Authority). I will point out where you will park (in the first parking lot a short distance ahead).
If you have any questions on the day of event call me on either cell [masked] or [masked].