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I'm an avid hiker who lives in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, so I didn't find this mostly level trail much of a challenge but it was very scenic. I enjoyed seeing the waterfall, the Potomac and a large variety of funghi. Did NOT...More
We were looking for somewhere to take an afternoon hike to a waterfall without having to drive a great distance, and I came across the information for Scott's run. It was a very quick trip from our home, although we drove right past the parking...More
Great parking - two different access points. The most Western access has best parking and is trail head for main trail.
Great trails. Accessible and stepping stone creek crossings. Gravel and dirt trails. Side trails lead to adventure for children.
Waterfall at the end of...More
Nice walks on wide paths in the woods. However, on nice weekends the parking lot can get full. Great place to take your dog. I don' t have a dog and Every time I go, I feel like I don't belong since I am the...More
This is a delightful nature preserve. I like it better than going to Great Falls National Park because it is easy to get in and out of the parking lot (which unfortunately is too small), and you don't sit in traffic like you will at...More
Local VA park with good walking paths that lead to a waterfall (and fishing spot) on the Potomac River. I used to walk my Bernese Mountain dog there and, in winter, could let him off to run in the snow (shh). This is not the...More
It is a beautiful hike year round. March is nice because when walking along the river you will have a nice clear view of the water without tree foliage. If it has been raining, It can get a bit muddy along the trail that... More
It is a beautiful hike year round. March is nice because when walking along the river you will have a nice clear view of the water without tree foliage. If it has been raining, It can get a bit muddy along the trail that parallels the river. Wear good hiking boots for traction.