June 2020: Specific town parks are open, but playgrounds, basketball courts, fields (baseball, softball, and soccer), water fountains, and restrooms remain closed and there will be no portable restrooms available in the parks. Tennis courts are open. Groups of ten or more are not permitted. Please practice physical distancing.
Parking lots and trails are open in the following parks: Bready, Runnymede, Spring Street, Trailside, Chandon, Bruin, and Stanton. Trailside skate park is open.
A sense of place also comes with space to recharge and enjoy nature's wonders. Though Herndon is located in a major metropolitan area, Parks and Recreation has established eleven neighborhood parks that bring nature to virtually every resident's backyard. Herndon is also home to two walking trails, Sugarland Run Trail and the historic Washington and Old Dominion Trail (W&OD).
Click here to see the full map of the Sugarland Run Trail.
We offer many interpretive programs. Click here to learn about our nature programs and scout badges. Make plans to be a part of our biggest nature based special event - NatureFest and popular nature summer camps.
Pavilion Rental Information
Enjoy a day outside at one of the Town's picnic shelters. The Town has 3 shelters that can be rented and can accommodate groups up to 140 people. The picnic shelters located in Bready Park, Trailside Park, and Runnymede Park are available for rent.
Parks and Trails
Parks are open dawn to dusk; except where they have lit athletic fields, which close at 11:00 p.m.