National Parks in Virginia

the National Park Service preserves remnants of the Patowmack Company's canal bypassing Great Falls
the National Park Service preserves remnants of the Patowmack Company's canal bypassing Great Falls

Great Falls became a unit of the National Park system after a utility company dropped plans to build a hydropower dam at the site
Great Falls became a unit of the National Park system after a utility company dropped plans to build a hydropower dam at the site

when planning for the future Manassas National Battlefield Park, the National Park Service considered acquiring historic fords on Bull Run
when planning for the future Manassas National Battlefield Park, the National Park Service considered acquiring historic fords on Bull Run
Source: National Park Service, Preliminary Study for the Proposed Boundaries of Bull Run National Monument (1935)

in 1935, the National Park Service considered paving a parkway along Bull Run
in 1935, the National Park Service considered paving a parkway along Bull Run
Source: National Park Service, Preliminary Study for the Proposed Boundaries of Bull Run National Monument (1935)

the National Park Service planned expansion of the boundaries of Manassas National Battlefield Park in 1977
the National Park Service planned expansion of the boundaries of Manassas National Battlefield Park in 1977
Source: National Park Service, Boundary Map, Manassas National Battlefield Park (1977)

Appalachian Trail in Virginia

Creating Shenandoah National Park

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national parks in Virginia

Big Meadows Lodge, Shenandoah National Park
Big Meadows Lodge, Shenandoah National Park


Parks, Forests, Tourism in Virginia
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