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Directions to Centerville Park and Ride Carpool

Directions to Centerville Park and Ride Carpool Location for Mid-Atlantic Hiking Group

Centreville Park and Ride is located off of Route 29, just west of I-66, exit 52. The lot is small, so look to the left as you enter and meet in the southwest corner of the lot.

For many members, the Centreville Park and Ride is a good meeting place for trips to the Blue Ridge Mountains or Shenandoah Valley. Click Here to View a Map of the Lot and its vicinity courtesy of the Fairfax County Department of Transportation.

Click Here for a "Google Earth" type ariel view provided by Fairfax County.

Miscellaneous Information for Centerville Park and Ride

  • Currently served by: Fairfax Connector routes 640, 642 and 644
  • Near the intersection of Lee Highway and Stone Road
  • Free parking
  • 372 spaces
  • Maintained by Fairfax County

Physical Address:

Centreville Park and Ride
14700 Lee Hwy
Centreville, VA 20120

Driving Directions:

Take I-66 westbound (toward Front Royal) from the Beltway (I-495). If you are entering I-66 west of the Beltway, be sure the entrance is numbered greater than (i.e. east of) 52. (If coming from the south, you may want to go to Manassass and backtrack.)

Exit I-66 at exit 52. Exit 52 is about a mile after Exit 53 which is Route 28 that goes to Dulles Airport. When you see the signs for Route 28 to Dulles Airport, don't take that exit, but you are close. If you go past the Virginia Welcome Center, you have gone too far.

At the end of the off ramp, turn right (west) on Route 29. Since Route 29 is, overall, a north/south road, the sign may say "south." But you are headed to the west, away from DC and toward the mountains. Go to Park and Ride, the second right. The lot is small, look to the left as you enter. Meet in the southwest corner of the lot.

Carpooling Disclaimer:

Please note that you need to know how to get from carpool locations to the venue. The Mid-Atlantic Hiking Group is not responsible for transportation to and from events or carpools. Suggested carpool times and locations are provided as a courtesy because many members are either new to the area or to a particular hike or venues location. We highly recommend using the comment area located directly beneath the hike for posting your ride needs and/or offerings.

Suggested Carpooling Fees

Riders, please don't be a tool, and be certain to pay your driver for carpooling or you will not be offered a ride in the future. While carpooling is all about saving oil, gas, and most of all, making new friends while helping a ride go by faster. What carpooling certainly is NOT, is a free ride.

A good rule of thumb is to pay drivers .07 cents per miles per passenger no matter what the vehicle size or type and no matter how many people are in the vehicle. This keeps it simple and the only thing everyone in the car needs to know is the mileage, and it will always be less than if you drove on your own car.

Riders and Drivers, please make sure you are Early or On Time and give yourself plenty of time to get to the Trailhead.

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