Bull Run Regional Park

★★★★☆
  • 7700 Bull Run Dr

    Centreville, VA 20121

    Map & Directions
  • 703-631-0550

Sports & Recreation

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Bull Run Regional Park has camping, disc golf, mini golf, hiking, cabin rental, a waterpark, shooting range, etc. During the summer, I went to the shooting range to learn how to shoot a shotgun. I had to wait a long time for the class to begin, although we had an appointment. The instructor, Rick, was really nice and knowledgeable. The one-hour class cost $25 per person, and you learn about gun safety and etiquette, and you shoot at least a few times at the end. It can be a little intimidating for women, as men vastly outnumber women.

Later, around Christmas time, I attended the Festival of Lights. It cost $15-$20 per car (more money for vans and buses), and you drive around the park to see holiday lights. There was a decent number of large, moving lights, but I felt that some spots of land were a little bare and could be decorated more. At the end of your drive through the park is a carnival with rides. It can be a little too cold to ride a ferris wheel in the winter, so most people just exit the park after viewing the lights and head home.

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★★★★☆

Bull Run Regional Park has camping, disc golf, mini golf, hiking, cabin rental, a waterpark, shooting range, etc. During the summer, I went to the shooting range to learn how to shoot a shotgun. I had to wait a long time for the class to begin, although we had an appointment. The instructor, Rick, was really nice and knowledgeable. The one-hour class cost $25 per person, and you learn about gun safety and etiquette, and you shoot at least a few times at the end. It can be a little intimidating for women, as men vastly outnumber women.

Later, around Christmas time, I attended the Festival of Lights. It cost $15-$20 per car (more money for vans and buses), and you drive around the park to see holiday lights. There was a decent number of large, moving lights, but I felt that some spots of land were a little bare and could be decorated more. At the end of your drive through the park is a carnival with rides. It can be a little too cold to ride a ferris wheel in the winter, so most people just exit the park after viewing the lights and head home.

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