Directions: Meet at Woodglen Lake Park entrance next to the cul-de-sac on Fireside Court (Bonnie Brae Neighborhood). From the intersection of Rt. 123 (Ox Road) and Braddock Road, go south on Rt. 123 for 0.8 miles and turn left onto Zion Drive. Go 0.9 miles and turn right onto Sideburn Road. Turn left onto Acacia Lane after 0.3 miles, left onto Southport Lane. Continue on Southport for 0.3 miles until it dead-ends at Fireside Court. Park along the adjacent streets. The entrance to Woodglen Lake Park is on the right side of the Fireside Court cul-de-sac. GPS Coordinates: 38.803779,-77.311352.
Run/Creek/Stream (Active since 2004)
Nearest City: Fairfax
GPS Coordinates: 38.803779, -77.311352
Directions: Meet at Middleridge Park. From the intersection of Rt. 123 (Ox Road) and Braddock Road, go south on Rt. 123 for 1.2 miles and turn left onto Paynes Church Drive. Go to the second intersection and turn right on Gov. Yeardley Drive. The Park entrance is on the left, opposite Clara Barton Court. Please park on neighborhood streets.
|Sub Watershed||Pohick Creek|
Parking Capacity: 0
Restrooms are NOT available.
This site is NOT suitable for children under seven.
This site is suitable for the elderly.
This site is suitable for the disabled.
|Notes & Special Issues||
No special issues. We can accommodate many because we cover different types of terrain.
This site is open to the public
RSVP Not Required
Maximum Volunteers: 60
Woodglen Lake Park is where we start. We have areas around Middleridge Park that need to be cleaned, too, so parents will need to remain to transport some participants to the other park after we distribute supplies. We can accommodate all ages, as the difficulty of the terrain varies from moderate to easy.
"Project Clean Water" is a program designed to give participants hands-on experience in environmental stewardship, an opportunity to make a personal pledge of action to help keep our waters clean, and learn how our faith connects to the environment. The Denny House and our Community Partners come together six times a year to clean up our neighborhood streets and streams, laying the foundation for our next generation of environmental leaders.