The Fauquier Trails Coalition is a 501(3c) non-profit organization that works closely with the Fauquier County Parks & Recreation Department to develop new trails and help connect and maintain existing trails in Fauquier County. Our ultimate goal is to have a network of walking trails circumnavigating and connecting towns of Fauquier including, but not limited to, Warrenton, Marshall, Bealeton and Remington as well as trails of natural beauty and historic significance in the highlands of the northwest. Community trails, whenever possible, should connect residential areas with shops, schools, parks, and areas of historical and cultural interest to promote use and safety.
The July meeting is cancelled. Next meeting is Thursday August 8th, Community Center, Warrenton.
Big News! Riverside Preserve is now open! Click here for more info.
Want Some More Walking and Biking Trails? Click HERE to submit suggestions to the Regional Commision's Wikimap link.
On April 13th, 2019, Riverside Preserve was opened to the public. This new nature preserve of 196 acers provides the first public access to the…Read More...
Very near the lost German Colony that was the first European habitation in Fauquier County, John Marshall’s father Thomas moved along the stream of Licking…Read More...
The colonization of Northern Virginia proceeded slowly in the 17th and 18th centuries, usually along waterways as there was little to offer from the muddy…Read More...
Unfortunately, the trial is no longer open to the public. For more information, click here. 3/8/17 If you’re driving south on Interstate 17 from Marshall…Read More...
The Warrenton Greenway is the town’s central walking trail. Following the course of the Warrenton railway spur, a branch of the old Orange to Alexandria…Read More...
The Northwest area of Fauquier County holds some of the most breathtakingly beautiful, if sometimes more vertical walking. Here the highlands rise from lush, horse-filled…Read More...
Whitney State Forest is a great place for a short hike/walk or to prepare for more strenuous hikes in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Conveniently located…Read More...
To park, take the road to the Lord Fairfax Community College by the town dump and turn up College Street. At the back of the…Read More...
FAUQUIER COUNTY TRAILS
Welcome to fauquier Trails Coalition, Inc.
To view one of our available maps click on a map icon or select the map name from the drop down list above.
Name of Trail
Walks At A Glance
View current and proposed trails.
Check out the details, descriptions, maps, and galleries of the trails we have available in the surrounding Fauquier area.
Current trails include the Warrenton Greenway, Stafford Farm, Whitney State Forest, Sky Meadows, Wildcat Mountain and more. Additional trails and maps to come as we gather information and new trails are developed.more
These are area maps of trails put together by the PEC showing current and planned/proposed trails.more
When you step out from your door, you become a slightly different, slightly better person.more