Activities for Everyone at the Occoquan Regional Park

Turning point Suffragist Memorial

The Occoquan Regional Park is a fantastic place to spend a day! It offers something for everyone to enjoy, whether it’s exploring the park trails, practicing at the batting cage, kayaking down the river, or savoring a cup of coffee at the waterfront cafe. Across the river is the historic Town of Occoquan where you can find out favorite pie and pastry shop: Mom’s Apple Pie @momsapplepies.

Occoquan Regional Park - river walk

Old Beehive brick kiln

✅Lots of parking available
✅ A paved loop trail (I think it’s 5 miles long but not for sure).
✅ Hiking trails for cyclists, walkers, and runners.
✅ Kayaks (single and double) and standup paddle boards for rent.
✅ Several picnic covered shelters for rent. Each shelter has one grill available for use. Personal grills are not permitted anywhere on park grounds.
✅ Fishing.
✅ Turning Point Suffragist Memorial honoring the women who were imprisoned at the Occoquan Workhouse.
✅ An old beehive brick kiln.
✅ Brickmakers Cafe for casual waterfront dining.

⏰Cafe Hours: May 1- Sept 6
Mon - Sun: 11am-7pm / Grill closes at 6pm

Occoquan Regional Park - canoes, paddle boards, kayaks

❤️❤️ A baseball/softball batting cage with pitching machines of various speeds.

Occoquan Regional Park - baseball_softball batting cage

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this blog are entirely our own and do not reflect those of Occoquan Regional Park.

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