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Choose Your Adventure at Pohick Bay

Campers in paddle boats heading away from the shore in the water

Photo: Pohick Bay Regional Park

Whether you are soaking up the fun at Pirates Cove Waterpark, teeing off at an 18-hole championship golf course, throwing a round of disc golf with friends, venturing the waters from our boat launch, or exploring our many hiking trails, discover 1,000 acres of family activities on the bay at Pohick Bay Regional Park.

National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington DC, sunset view of the Jefferson Memorial

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National Cherry Blossom Festival

If you’re coming to the Washington DC area to take in the breathtaking beauty of the National Cherry Blossom Festival (March 20-April 14), bring your family to Pohick Bay Regional Park, only 25 miles from the Capitol. We are close to the metro, Fort Belvoir and Mount Vernon and have all kinds of fun to make your stay more adventurous.

Pohick Bay Regional Park’s family campground features 150 shaded sites; 100 with electric 30-amp hookups, and 50 tent sites. Pohick Bay offers deluxe and rustic cabins, each with electricity, ac/heat, small refrigerator and two rooms launched from trailers. Like the many ways you can enjoy the regional park, we have many ways to enjoy camping here too!

Groups and Parties

Camp Wilson, the large group camping facility at Pohick Bay Regional Park, is available by reservation for organized groups.  We invite your church group, scouting group, or gathering to come and experience all the amenities together.  The Treasure Hut is the perfect location to host your birthday party with us too. Enjoy our exclusive birthday party area, unlimited mini-golf and your own food, drink, and decorations.

Disc golfer releases disc towards the basket for a successful putt.

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Disc Golf

With over 100,000 registered players in the PDGA (Professional Disc Golf Association), the sport of Disc Golf has exploded in the United States and Pohick Bay Regional Park offers a challenging disc golf course that meanders through the woods within the park and features 18 holes. If you have never played the sport before, don’t worry, it is easy to pick up.  It is a flying disc sport (sometimes incorrectly referred to as “frisbee golf”) where players take turns throwing discs of different weights and travel attributes toward a basket.  If you are a seasoned player, we invite you to embrace the challenges of our course.

 

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