Nottoway Park is located at 9537 Courthouse Road in Vienna. At Nottoway Park, you can play tennis, basketball or volleyball, garden, picnic, work out on the fitness trail, or enjoy the quiet solitude of our wooded nature path. The tennis courts may be reserved for more information please visit the Park Use Permits page. A picnic shelter and picnic area may also be reserved. See the Picnic Reservation page for details.
During the summer months, Nottoway Park hosts Nottoway Nights, a series of weekly, free public concerts featuring a variety of musical acts from across the United States and around the world.
Hunter House, a turn-of-the-century historic mansion located on park grounds, is available for private and corporate rental. It was the residence of immigrant John C. Hunter. From 1921 to 1940, the property was a winery, producing the wine "Virginia Maid."
Surrounded by 84 acres of parkland, the stately mansion can accommodate 75 indoors and 150 with rental of the formal lawn and a canopy. It is air conditioned and has central heat.
Directions: Nottoway Park and the Hunter House are located at 9537 Courthouse Road in Vienna. The park may be reached by taking Beltway Exit 49 (Route 66) west to exit at Route 243 or Nutley Street north. Turn left on Courthouse Road from Nutley Street and the park entrance will be on the left.
For Hunter House reservation and fee information, visit the Historic Properties page.