Bull Run Regional Park 7700 Bull Run Dr, Centreville, VA20121 A popular site for family parties, barbecues and hiking, Bull Run Regional Park is also home to a large campground, a…More public shooting center and the seasonally operated Atlantis Waterpark. The 17.5-mile-long Bull Run-Occoquan trail through the park is open for horseback riding and walking. Wildlife here includes raccoons, opossums, beavers and blue herons.
Bull Run Shooting Center 7700 Bull Run Dr, Centreville, VA20121 Bull Run Shooting Center offers five different shotgun games for new or experienced shooters of all ages, including…More skeet, trap, five stand and sporting. It is open year-round and has a pro-shop stocked with ammunition and other supplies.
Virginia Run Elementary School 15450 Martins Hundred Dr, Centreville, VA20120 Nearly 800 students attend Virginia Run Elementary School, located on Martins Hundred Dr. In addition to the general…More education program, the school offers programs for special education students as well as advanced learners. Graduates of Virginia Run attend Ormond Stone Middle School and Westfield High School. The school's motto is "Explore today to prepare for tomorrow." It also serves as a hub of local activity for the PTA and area non-profit organizations.
Bull Run Elementary School 15301 Lee Hwy, Centreville, VA20121 The staff and students at Bull Run pride themselves on adherence to the school's three main values: respect,…More self-restraint and responsibility. The school offers programs for advanced learners third grade through sixth grade, and also for students in need of special assistance, including autistic children. A special emphasis is placed on using technology such as smartboards and laptops to enhance educational instruction. Located along Lee Highway, and just miles away from Manassas battlefield, Bull Run Elementary is an integral part of the Centreville community.
Cub Run Stream Valley Park Lee Hwy & White Post Rd, Centreville, VA20120 A 2.5-mile trail designed for biking and walking runs through Cub Run Stream Valley Park, which is maintained by the…More Fairfax County Park Authority. Wildflowers blossom in the summer amid tall grass, and deer live inside the park. Access to the park is through the surrounding neighborhoods. You can view a map of the trail at http://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/parks/trailmap-cubrunsv.htm