Boardwalk Updates: What’s recently added, and on the way?

The Neabsco Creek Boardwalk, opened June 1, has already become a community gathering spot and regional destination. Most days, you can find people out enjoying the natural beauty, as they jog, bike or stroll along above the pristine wetlands. The County is preparing to complete a few remaining pieces of the project, as well as …

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Building the Boardwalk: Balancing Access & Preservation

The ¾ mile long Neabsco Creek Boardwalk, winding over the environmentally sensitive Julie J. Metz Wetlands, is a design and construction triumph, providing both public access and environmental protection. Located in Neabsco Regional Park, the boardwalk is the crown jewel of the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail and 50-mile Woodbridge Pedestrian & Bicycle Loop. To …

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‘Neabsco Regional’ suggested new name for park complex at Rippon Lodge, boardwalk

Three parks in Woodbridge will be combined into one following the opening of a new $4 million boardwalk. Rippon Lodge, Rippon Landing Park, and the Neabsco Creek Boardwalk could soon be called Neabsco Regional Park. That is the recommendation from a committee formed by the Prince William County Parks and Recreation Commission. The recommendation is …

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Poll: Help Name Regional Park in Woodbridge

Since his early days in office, Supervisor Frank Principi has worked behind the scenes to make the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail a reality in Prince William County. He has hosted stakeholder meetings, overseen land acquisitions and championed improvements to natural and historical assets along the trail. Now, the Woodbridge trail sections are nearly complete …

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New Powell’s Creek Footbridge Enhances Safety, Connectivity

Efforts to better safely connect Woodbridge residents to community amenities such as parks, shopping, schools and public transportation continue, with the new footbridge over Powell’s Creek along Route 1. It links sidewalks on either side of the creek, providing safe passage for pedestrians and cyclists.   “Here we had two sidewalks to nowhere and no …

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