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Prince William Public Libraries

Chinn Park Regional Library

Chinn Park Regional Library CHINN PARK LIBRARY

13065 Chinn Park Drive
Prince William, VA 22192-5073
703-792-4800

 

Hours of Operation

Monday – Wednesday: 10:00 a.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Thursday – Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Closed Sunday

Curbside Pickup Hours:
Monday – Thursday: 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

About Chinn Park Library

The first regional library to be built in Prince William County, Chinn Park is located in the 98-acre Chinn Regional Park at the intersection of the Prince William Parkway and Old Bridge Road. Chinn Park was constructed on the old "Camp 6" site, a work detention camp set up by the State Justice System and operational in the 1970s.

The Chinn Regional Park, Chinn Aquatics and Fitness Center and the Chinn Park Library were named for Mary Jane Chinn and her family for their contributions to the Prince William County community. Mary Jane Chinn was born in 1827 and died in 1907. She is buried in the cemetery of Mt. Olive Baptist Church, still located on Telegraph Road in Woodbridge. Mary Jane and Tom Chinn were slaves who, after emancipation, purchased several hundred acres along what was formerly Davis Ford and Telegraph Roads in Woodbridge. They had eight sons.

Chinn Park Library is 25,000 square feet and features a dramatic clerestory window. Services include children’s and young adult material and programs, adult material and programs, a Quiet Study room, two individual study rooms, a prominent Information Desk, and a special service, MAGIC.

The Management and Government Information Center (MAGIC), is a specialized collection of local, state and federal government information and services. At MAGIC, you will find documents, journals, a clipping file of local newspaper articles and a variety of electronic resources. MAGIC staff is available to assist you in using the collection or with any questions you may have. MAGIC has the same hours of operation as Chinn Park.

Branch Facilities:
Computers: 32 public-access computers, including 25 Internet stations with Microsoft Office.
Wireless: Branch has free wireless Internet access.
Meeting Rooms: 125 seat community room.
Exhibit Areas: One glass display case in the lobby provides display space for local artists and collectors.
Collection Size: 190,000
Parking: 175 parking spaces on site, including 7 handicapped parking spaces.