There’s no doubt Loudoun County has tons of kid-friendly places. But did you know how many fun parks, ponds, stores and events were right in our Brambleton backyard?!
RESIDENT EXCLUSIVE EVENTS
3rd Annual Brambleton Bunny Trail
Saturday, April 11th – 10AM – 2PM
This free event is great for kids 6 and under. Stroll along a portion of the Brambleton Trail System and visit vendors along the way where you will participate in a craft or activity. At the end of the trail you will be able to hunt for eggs at the Little Smiles Egg Hunt and visit the petting zoo. This event is for Brambleton residents only and REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please register each child that will participate, not the family. All ages are welcome to walk the trail but the egg hunt is for registered kids aged 6 and under.
Family Comedy Night
Saturday, April 25th – Shows at 6:30PM & 8PM
We are excited to bring Taylor Mason to the community! Taylor Mason’s quick wit, flawless comedy delivery, unparalleled ventriloquism skills and brilliant material make him a hit with audiences of all ages. He is a ventriloquist, musician and stand-up comedian and also won Star Search in 1990, beating out some of the best known comics in the country. Show is rated PG; $15 per person. There will be two 30-45 minute shows: 6:30 PM and 8:00 PM at the Brambleton Corner Clubhouse. Tickets are limited, so purchase before they sell out. Please email email@example.com with any questions.
SHOP/DINE AT BRAMBLETON TOWN CENTER
Not your average toy store! Their Exclusive In-Store Birthday Vault was designed just for kids. It is a hands-on gift registry where they “put on hold” those special toys your child dreams of. But you will love it because it will eliminate duplicate gifts and the items are those you have already given your approval. Check out all the fun details here!
Eat, Drink and Be Healthy! Whether it’s meal time or snack time, Froots has something for everyone to enjoy, including a breakfast menu that is served all day! Check out their website for more details.
BRAMBLETON COMMUNITY PARKS
A wide array of parks located throughout Brambleton are available to serve the leisure and recreational needs of all Brambleton owners, residents, and their guests. Each park is open between dawn and dusk. Residents accessing parks need to be considerate of adjacent neighbors by using designated trails only. Please do not cut through residential lots.
Belmont Trace Park is located on either side of Connie Marie Terrace, just off Belmont Ridge Road and south Creighton Road, this park boasts a Gazebo, Open Play Field, Outdoor Basketball Court, Outdoor Volleyball Court, and Playground.
Brandt Park consists of playground, swings, and access to Brambleton’s trail system. The park is located on Amber Grove Drive near the intersection of Tradewind and Amber Grove, just west of Northstar Blvd..
Callalily Park consists of playground, swings, open playfield, and access to Brambleton’s trail system. The park is located on Minerva Drive at the intersection of Callalily Way, just west of Creighton Corners Elementary.
Dragonfly Park is a small park on Legacy Park Drive between the Community Center and Legacy Elementary and provides passive enjoyment and a beautiful view of Brambleton’s 2nd largest pond. Residents can also access the pond for shoreline fishing from this location. Remember, Brambleton’s pond should only be fished on a “catch & release” basis.
Explorer Park is a small pocket park with a large hill that is used in the winter for sledding. The park also has an open playfield that can be used for neighborhood pickup games by the children. Located on Minerva Drive at the intersection of Explorer Drive.
Legacy Park is central to the community and all it’s activities. An 11-acre park located along Legacy Park Drive between Belmont Ridge Road and Olympia Drive, this park features 2 playgrounds, Basketball Court, Climbing Structures, Lighted Tennis Courts, Open Playfield, Natural Pond, Swings, and Waterfalls! The park is bordered by Belmont Ridge Road, Olympia Drive, Greenside Drive, and Legacy Park Drive. This park is open between dawn and dusk to all Brambleton owners, for residents, and their guests; with exception of the tennis courts. The lights on the tennis courts operate from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. daily. Keep your assessments down; please be sure to turn off the lights when exiting the courts!
Morning Walk Park features a playground with swings, trails and open playfields. The park is located on Morning Walk Drive at the intersection of Winter Haven Drive.
Woolsey Park consists of a playground, swings, and open playfield. The park is located on Woolsey Drive just south of Frontier Drive.
Tradewind Park this playground also has a rock climber. The park is located on Tradewind Drive near the intersection of Dove Wing.
Trent Grove Park consists of playground, swings, and open playfield. The park is located on Grahams Stable Square at the intersection of Boca Field Terrace.
Overlook East Park consists of a climbing structure and provides a great view for Briar Woods football or soccer games. The park is located adjacent to the water towers on Highcroft Terrace.
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