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ANDREW LEITCH PARK
Dale City, VA
ANDREW LEITCH PARK
Andrew Leitch Park is a small 220 acre county park with diverse woodland terrain situated in middle-eastern Prince William County near Dale City. There are approximately 4 miles of crushed gravel double wide trail and approximately 1 mile of single track which is perfect for family and novice beginner hiking and trail cycling outings. Andrew Leitch also hosts other amenities such as baseball/softball fields, a soccer field, a basketball court, a large playground and 6 pavilions
Andrew Leitch is co-located with the Prince William County Parks and Recreation Waterworks Waterpark and serves as the northwest trail head to the Neabsco Greenway.
FUTURE PLANS: Andrew Leitch will provids a waypoint county park destination between the Occoquan Greenway and the Neabsco Greenway. The Occoquan Greenway western trail head is nearby co-located at the PW County Center, Potomac Nationals Stadium, and NOVA BMX Track. Andrew Leitch serves as a northwestern trail head for the Neabsco Greenway. The Neabsco Greenway will lead to the Potomac Heritage Trail. Andrew Leitch will provide connectivity to other nearby popular parks and trails, including Cloverdale Park, Saratoga Hunt Park, Greenwood Farms Park, Sharon Baucom Recreational Center, Birchdale Park and Recreation Center, and Turley Fields. Once completed, The Neabsco and Occoquan Greenway will provide over 15 miles of interconnecting trail that will be just south of Lorton, the Gerry Connolly Cross County Trail and Laurel Hills MTB Trails.
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With PW DPRT’s approval, MORE will assist with restoration and maintenance of existing single and double track. Funding will provide necessary materials for design, material and supplies, and if needed for the necessary consultation expertise to restore and maintain the desired trail system.