Reviews for Lake Fairfax Park

| Awesome - esp for families

By user-6324616... on 2017-10-23.

Clean tidy campground - well kept with big sites and plenty of room to spread out. Great amenities. Skate park, hiking and mountain biking trails, playgrounds ball fields creeks big lake with paddle boats fishing and a pontoon boat ride, small waterpark perfect for elementary aged kids, a carousel and lots of picnicking sites. Can't believe the value for something centrally located near all of NOVAS attractions and just 30 minutes from Washington dc! Only downside is there is a potable water and dump station instead of individual hookups at each site there is however electricity at more than 50 different sites. This place would be great for a youth group or family reunion.

| Nice

By user-6300879... on 2017-10-23.

Didn't get a shady spot, but there are quite a few of them. Bathrooms and shower rooms are air conditioned, which is good. Water park is only open on weekends (losing lots of $ if you ask me) , and even then is provisional. Nice grounds too.

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-10-02 to 2018-10-06

Only reason I rated it 3 stars is because there are no water or sewer hookups at the site, only electric. There is however, a dump station and an ability to add water. Very clean and quiet park. Gravel sites and plwnty of room between sites, each with a picnic table and a fire ring. We would definitely stay here again.

| Nice location, 30 minutes from Washington, DC

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2018-10-28 to 2018-11-04

A nice wooded RV park located deep within a community park with lots of activities for locals. We were here at Halloween, and they had some kind of pumpkin celebration for families, with hundreds of people in attendance, but it wasn't near the campground. The sites are electricity only, with a single dump station and fresh water connection, which could be a traffic jam at check-out (we'll find out in the morning). The sites seem wide and level, with the exception of those numbered in the 40's and 50's. They put in in site 53, where we were backed back into the woods, darn-near nailed my ladder-mounted satellite dome with a tree, and I could not level my 30' motorhome (no jacks, just plastic leveling blocks). Walked downhill to the bedroom that first night, and in the morning my refrigerator was in the 50 degree range. I drove to the office and they switched me to site 20, which was fine. I couldn't seem to get a satellite signal, but the antenna easily found 50 local channels. We'll be back.