601 N Manchester St Arlington, VA 22203
UPDATE - Spring 2019 Invasive Plant Treatment Information: Arlington County contractors will be treating target invasive plant species in Bluemont Park. Depending on weather conditions, treatment is expected to begin Monday, March 25. The areas treated with herbicide will have signs posted to notify park users. Questions? Contact Sarah Archer at 703-228-1862.
Hours of Operation
Sunrise to sunset (except for lighted courts)
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About this Park
This beautiful 70-acre pastoral park offers a cornucopia of activities including biking, jogging, hiking, basketball, disc golf, baseball and softball fields (permit takes priority), grass fields for soccer, lacrosse or football (permit takes priority), tennis and volleyball courts, tennis court practice wall (can be rented), a school-age playground, healthy vending machines, picnic areas, multi-use paths and natural areas with streams. The park is home to a myriad of fitness-based community events, including the annual Turtle Trot 5K race and the Animal Welfare League of Arlington’s Walk for the Animals.
Bluemont Park is a model of sustainable design including natural resources management containing invasive plant removal that has made way for native species to grow. The W&OD Trail, which is managed by NOVA Parks, runs through the park if you’re looking to bike or go for a jog. The park also surrounds Reevesland, which was the last operating dairy farm in Arlington.
Conducting business services or activities for financial gain (such as classes, personal or group fitness training, dog exercise, or taking photographs or videos for commercial use) is strictly prohibited unless authorized by a County issued permit or contract.