Walk at Meadowood Special Recreation Management Area with Su Jewell

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Sunday, May 7, 2023
9:30 am - 12:00 pm

Mustang Trailhead


Join us for a walk led by Su Jewell, Certified Wildlife Biologist® and environmental author, at the Meadowood Special Recreation Management Area.

We won’t be able to talk about all the plants, but the trail goes along Thompson Creek, so there is some flood plain and upland. This won’t be the same kind of walk-stop-walk-stop, etc. we’re used to. People will get to see a really nice local natural area.

Meet at: Mustang Trailhead, 10702 Harley Road, Lorton, VA 22079
Distance: Approximately 2.5 miles on natural surface trail, with somewhat hilly terrain.

Registration is required and attendance is limited to 15 participants.

Registration Coming Soon

Meadowood is located approximately 25 miles south of Washington D.C., on the Mason Neck peninsula and is managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management (BLM). Stretching across more than 800 acres of public lands, Meadowood offers 13.4 miles of hiking trails, 7 miles of horseback riding trails, 6.6 miles of mountain biking trails, and two universally accessible trails to Hidden Pond and the Outside Education Classroom. The site also offers two fishing ponds, environmental education programs, horse boarding stables, geocaching, picnic areas, trails, pollinator garden, and bird watching sites.

Su Jewell is a Certified Wildlife Biologist®, environmental author, and member of the VNPS Potowmack Chapter.

Su Jewell at Lewis Spring Falls 2021