The Department of Parks & Recreation currently oversees 277 sports fields, 45 holes of golf, 27 outdoor basketball courts, 9 volleyball courts and 28 tennis & racquetball courts scattered throughout our 4,200 acre park system. Our recreation centers provide a variety of sports opportunities for all ages of Prince William County residents at a reduced cost. Some courts are on a first-come, first-served basis, others require a reservation.
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Sports League information.
Warming up for the season, a switch-up in our exercise routine or teaching the kids how to play, our batting cages pitching speed options will keep you on top of the game. Hourly rentals, team practice or group outings are available and vary according to location. Call or visit for more information.
Whether it's blacktop or hardwood, if you’ve got game, we’ve got your court! There are 27 outdoor courts, ready for any time play.
During cold weather months, we’ve teamed up with PWC Public Schools, for scheduled League and Open Gym play.
Check the individual indoor site's pages for Open Gym schedules.
Call the Sports Services team for more information
- Andrew Leitch Park (WaterWorks Waterpark)
- Anne Moncure Wall Park (CLOSED FOR REPAIRS)
- Ben Lomond Park (SplashDown Waterpark)
- Birchdale Recreation Center
- Braemar Park
- Brittany Park (CLOSED FOR REPAIRS)
- Cloverdale Park
- Earl M. Cunard Park
- Ellis L. Barron Park
- George Hellwig Memorial Park (CLOSED FOR REPAIRS)
- Hammill Mill Park
- James S. Long Regional Park
- John D. Jenkins Park
- Joseph D. Reading Park
- Lancaster Park
- Marumsco Acre Lake Park
- Riverbend Park
- Rosemont Lewis Park
- Veterans Memorial Park
The Prince William County Department of Parks & Recreation and the Northern Virginia BMX Parents Association (NOVA BMX) have entered into an agreement for the BMX Facility. Under the agreement,
NOVA BMX has been given the authorization and responsibility to promote, manage, and operate the BMX Track and related activities at the BMX Track.
Learn more about BMX biking at our track.
THE FIRST TEE
First Tee website.
The First Tee of Prince William County provides a total experience that encourages participants to learn the life-long game of golf, while developing personal and social skills and values. Golf instruction, rules, etiquette and "Life Skills" instruction is handled by professional golfers.
The First Tee coaches raise young golfer's self-esteem, discipline, honesty and integrity, all while they learn and play this great game.
Not only is Forest Greens Golf Club a resort experience, it offers resort amenities for the local or visiting golfer. There's a practice putting green and sand bunker, driving range, a fully-stocked pro shop, an on-course beverage cart, and rental equipment for our guests. Golfers can enjoy the course on a daily fee basis or on an annual pass plan making the most of their investment.
Located along the banks of the upper Occoquan Reservoir. Lake Ridge Golf and Marina features a challenging 9-hole par 3 course that is also home of the
First Tee Program. Lake Ridge also offers fishing and boating, hiking trails, picnic pavilions, playgrounds, wooded natural areas, a mini-golf course and ample opportunities for family fun.
Prince William Golf Course ranks among the area’s most historic and reasonably priced golf courses. Built in the 1960’s by a group of farmers who traded their tractors for golf carts, this course’s inauspicious beginnings set it apart from some of the more modern properties in Northern Virginia. As such, the course is wide-open by comparison to some of the tight courses found nearby. The result is a course that favors low scoring.
If you like your play fast-paced and hard-hitting, then racquetball is the game for you. Reservations and protective eyewear are required at our two largest fitness facilities. Pricing and scheduling varies according to location.
Visit or call one of our indoor racquetball courts today!
Vets Park now boasts the largest skatepark in Prince William County and best of all, it's free!
The Scott D. Eagles Skatepark features a detached vertical ramp half-pipe and a 6300-sq. ft. open-flow concrete course and a 60-ft long kidney bowl for a challenging ride! The park remains open all year long and is self-supervised. Pads and helmets are strongly encouraged for this advanced-level park.
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Birchdale Skatepark was originally converted from an underused tennis court in the neighborhood of Birchdale in Dale City and opened in 2012. The park's repaved blacktop features various, ramps, jumps and rails in a low-key environment, perfect for working on your skills in private before hitting up our more advanced Veterans Skate Park.
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