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Parks, Fields & Trails
The Town of Vienna takes pride in keeping its parks, fields, and trails clean and safe for all to enjoy. Additionally, the Town’s parks and recreation department maintains streetscapes, public buildings, a community garden, trees, and outdoor recreational facilities.
Many of the Town’s parks have trails, streams, and natural woodland areas to explore, with opportunities for walking, biking, running, and dog-walking.
The Town’s Park Guide provides information about each of Vienna’s 12 parks, including facilities and amenities located within each park.
The Town of Vienna's athletic and synthetic turf fields are available by reservation to approved user groups. For-profit activity, such as personal training, is not permitted on fields unless the activity is a Town of Vienna class or program. For more details, see the Field Permit Rules & Regulations page.
Reservations for fields at Fairfax County public schools, including Waters and Caffi fields, may be requested through Fairfax County’s Athletic Services and Community Use Scheduling Office.
Occasionally, some parks and facilities must be closed temporarily for routine maintenance. The Town strives to complete maintenance at times that minimize inconvenience for park users.
- We routinely check for missing screws, broken parts, and vandalism at playgrounds.
- Restrooms are inspected daily for cleanliness and supplies. Unfortunately, when large groups use the parks, restrooms can sometimes become disorderly very quickly. Restrooms are closed during winter months.
Report an issue
Please help us keep our parks safe and clean by following all posted park rules. If you see any unsafe or unclean conditions, report them here or call the parks and recreation department at 703-255-6360.
We encourage park users to become advocates for our parks by disposing of all trash and recyclables in marked containers.
Along with the public parks owned and operated by the Town, Vienna residents can enjoy the W&OD Trail as well as Fairfax County parks.