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Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park

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Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park

47 Reviews
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43098 Edwards Ferry Rd, Leesburg, VA 20176-5114
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Private Customized Tour of Washington DC with US Veteran
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Private Customized Tour of Washington DC with US Veteran
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Experience the US capital on your own terms, with the guidance of a Navy veteran, with this private, customizable tour of Washington DC. You'll have all sorts of attractions to choose from, ranging from military memorials to forts to museums; you can even visit the Arlington Cemetery.
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It's okay to see the old ruins of buildings at the entrance but the noise from the wires and power plant is irritating. The tree roots are growing in the trails so you have to watch your step. much better places around to see and walk and hike.
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We take our boys on hikes, this is an easy quick hike with a nice view. Sadly we always encounter trash. We bring bags and pick up what we can.
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This is a not overly used area, but does have lots of interesting plants:trees and wildflowers. Some trails are easy and flat-even out to a nice lookout over the Potomac River; some trails are a little harder and can be slipery in wet weather. A good off the beaten track walk,
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We took the trail to the right of the park as you drive in. The path wasn't as wide as i would have liked. I think we were on a trail that not many people use. We did have to climb over 3 fallen trees. There were some sections of the trail where the grass/weeds were right
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The path will take about 25-35 minutes to walk, and you can come back a different way. It's got a great view of the Potomac at the end.
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