Manassas National Battlefield

Manassas National Battlefield

Manassas National Battlefield's TRACK Trail follows the Stone Bridge Loop Trail. This 1.4 mile loop features scenic views of Bull Run and wayside exhibits. Be sure to check out the cell phone brochure for an in-depth look at the natural history of Manassas! Read More

Manassas National Battlefield TRACK Trail Adventures

Manassas Birds

The Birds of the Greater Washington DC Area brochure shows kids where to look for different birds along the trail. The brochure contains illustrations of some of the more common woodland birds and information on how to identify them through various clues.

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Manassas Nature's Hide n' Seek

The Nature's Hide & Seek brochure is designed so that kids of all ages can walk along the trail and discover common things that are often overlooked in nature. Some of them are hard to find, others are easy. Best of all, the adventure never ends because every time you walk the trail you will discover new things hiding in nature.

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Manassas Need for Trees

By following the picture and textual clues found in "The Need for Trees" brochure, kids will discover six of the more common trees found along the trail. During their adventure, kids will learn about the need that people and other animals have for trees and about the roles trees play in the forest.

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Manassas Stone Bridge Trail Nature Tales

The Stone Bridge Trail Nature Tales brochure helps kids discover some of the amazing natural history of Manassas Battlefield. The brochure can be used along with the existing cell phone tour for a more in-depth look at some of the nature of the Stone Bridge Trail!

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Directions

Henry Hill Visitor Center
6511 Sudley Road
ManassasVirginia 20109
United States
Latitude: 38.7509
Longitude: -77.4753

Manassas National Battlefield's TRACK Trail is located at the Stone Bridge Parking Area, East on Lee Highway/Route 29 from the Henry Hill Visitor Center (click Google Thumbnail). GPS: 38.825149, -77.501764

For park maps and more information visit http://www.nps.gov/mana/index.htm or call 703-754-1861

For GPS devices, the mailing address of the Henry Hill Visitor Center is:

6511 Sudley Road

Manassas, VA 20109

Car

From Washington D.C. and Points East: Travel west on I-66 to Exit 47B, Route 234 North (Sudley Road). Proceed through the first traffic light. The entrance to the Henry Hill Visitors Center is on the right, just past the Northern Virginia Community College.

From Points North: Travel south on I-95 to the Capital Beltway (Route 495). Travel west towards Silver Springs, MD. Continue on the Beltway for approximately 10 miles, crossing the Potomac river into Virginia. Take the exit for I-66 west to Manassas. Take Exit 47B, Route 234 North (Sudley Road). Proceed through the first traffic light. The entrance to the Henry Hill Visitors Center is on the right, just past the Northern Virginia Community College.

From Points South: Travel north on I-95 to Exit 152, Route 234. Turn left at the traffic light on to Route 234 North (Sudley Road). Stay on Business Route 234 (do not take the by-pass) and travel for approximately 20 miles just beyond the city of Manassas. The entrance to the Henry Hill Visitors Center is located on the right, just past the entrance to the Northern Virginia Community College.

From Points West: Travel east on I-66 to Exit 47, Route 234 North (Sudley Road). Turn left on Route 234 and proceed through the first traffic light. The entrance to the Henry Hill Visitors Center is on the right, just past the Northern Virginia Community College.

Plane

Dulles International Airport (IAD) is located about 15 miles northeast of the park, off Route 28 North. Rental cars are available at the airport. Take Route 28 south to I-66 west. Take Exit 47B, Route 234 North (Sudley Road). The entrance to the Henry Hill Visitors Center is on the right, just past the Northern Virginia Community College.

Partners

The Manassas National Battlefield TRACK Trail was made possible by a partnership between the National Park Service and the Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation's Kids in Parks program. This project was financed in part by the National Park Service’s CONNECT TRAILS TO PARKS program, commemorating the 50th anniversary of the National Trails System in 2018.