3 Running Trails Near Kingstowne

Woman running in outdoor running trails near Kingstowne

Whether you’re a weekend runner or a seasoned marathoner, you’ll find plenty of running options around our Kingstowne apartments. Here are three running trails near Kingstowne that you don’t want to miss. Gerry Connolly Cross Country Trail Starting at Great Falls Park, the Gerry Connolly Cross Country Trail stretches over forty miles and connects Fairfax […]

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Take a Walk at Kingstowne Dog Parks

take a walk at Kingstowne dog parks

The Kingstowne area is one of the best places in the country for pets. The plentiful nature and beautiful sights have made this area perfect for dog parks, which you’ll find around almost every corner. What’s more, these spots are fun and safe for people too, thanks to the city parks’ social distancing and mask-wearing […]

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Go Horseback Riding Near Alexandria

horseback riding near Alexandria

Did you know that horseback riding offers a fabulous cardio workout? If you would like to enjoy an afternoon of riding fun, visit one of these stables near Alexandria and The Elms at Kingstowne that offer everything from lessons to scenic trail rides: Tamarack Stables  Nestled among rolling hills, Tamarack Stables is a family-run facility […]

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Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens is a Premier Bird Watching Destination

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Just thirty minutes from our Kingstowne apartments is a place where water and wind dance.  It’s called Kenilworth Park & Aquatic Gardens, and this fascinating destination began in 1926 after an act of Congress preserved the forests and recreational value of Washington D.C.’s waterways.  The park manages habitat for ground nesting, aquatic, and woodland birds. […]

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Stroll Through The United States Botanic Garden

botanic garden

Just a 26-minute drive from our Kingstowne apartments is a living plant museum that’s rich in tradition. We’re talking about the United States Botanic Garden, and it was established by Congress in 1820. It’s one of the country’s oldest botanic gardens, and over 1.2 million people visit every year.  Highlights include: Conservatory  Built in 1933, […]

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