Campgrounds: Convenient to Washington, D.C.
Burke Lake Park Campgrounds and Lake Fairfax Park Campgrounds are located in northern Virginia. You camp in the peace and quiet of beautiful park settings surrounded by acres of forest, yet have the convenience of easy access to metrorail that can put you at the museums, memorials, galleries and other attractions of Washington D.C. in just minutes, giving you the best of both worlds.
BURKE LAKE PARK
The campgrounds at Burke Lake Park in Fairfax Station, Virginia, have 100 wooded campsites (no electric or water hookups), a bathhouse with sinks, showers and toilets, a dump station, public phones, a camp store, ice, picnic tables, grills and fire rings. The campgrounds are open Mid April to late October.
The park's centerpiece is a 218-acre lake with a phenonmenal largemouth bass population that makes it one of Virginia's most popular fishing holes. Bait and tackle sales, row boat rentals and a boat launch are also available.
LAKE FAIRFAX PARK
Lake Fairfax Park's campgrounds in Reston, Virginia, are open year round with 136 campsites, 54 with electrical hookups (40 50-amp sites, 14 20/30-amp sites), a bathhouse with sinks, showers and toilets, a dump station, public phones, picnic tables and grills.
The star attraction at Lake Fairfax Park is the Water Mine Family Swimmin' Hole, a western theme activity pool with an acre of interactive play features, including Rattlesnake River, Box Canyon Crossing, slides and flumes - all designed with kids in mind. In addition, the park has an 18-acre lake that is seasonally-stocked with trout for fishing. The boathouse - providing canoe and pedal boat rentals as well as tour boat rides - is open Memorial Day through Labor Day.".