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    Neabsco Regional Park encompasses 300 acres of natural, recreational, and historic amenities including the Rippon Lodge Historic Site, Rippon Landing, the Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail Neabsco Creek Boardwalk, Julie J. Metz Neabsco Creek Wetlands Preserve, and portions of historic Kings Highway.

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    Neabsco Creek Boardwalk

    The Neabsco Creek Boardwalk allows hikers access to wetlands where the tall grasses and marsh filter pollution from the river and provide a rich habitat for great blue herons, wood ducks, mallards, sparrow and red-winged blackbirds, just to name a few. The boardwalk showcases Woodbridge's most valuable natural asset -- the Potomac waterfront – while linking historic landmarks such as Rippon Lodge and Leesylvania Park.

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    Potomac Trail

    The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail (PHNST) is an 800-mile network of locally managed trails along the Potomac River from the mouth of the Chesapeake Bay to the upper Ohio River basin in Pennsylvania. The trail system links trail users to the history, culture and natural beauty of the Potomac River.

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    Rippon Lodge & Landing

    Rippon Lodge was built circa 1747 and is one of the oldest known homes in Prince William County. Situated on over 40 picturesque acres, visitors can tour the home, participate in a number of special events held on the grounds, or even reserve the facility for weddings and other private events. The Rippon landing area of the park features a playground, a portable restroom unit, grills, and a pavilion that can accommodate up to 25 people.