Sitting on the Dulles Toll Road, between the Washington Dulles International Airport and Tysons Corner, the city of Reston is very accessible to commuters in the DC Metro area. The Whiele-Reston East stop on the Metro’s Silver Line serves the area, with a future plan to open two additional stations – Reston Town Center and Herndon. In 2018, Money Magazine ranked Reston the Best Place to Live in Virginia for its range of parks, lakes, entertainment, and dining options. We hope that our neighborhood guide serves you well.
Owned and maintained by Fairfax County Park Authority, Lake Fairfax Park hosts a wide range of activities for families. It hosts an 18 acre lake, a waterpark, a carousel, picnic areas, campgrounds, trails, playgrounds, and more. It has also hosted music festivals in the past – Lollapalooza and the HFStival. It’s the perfect place to get some fresh air and physical activity for you and your family.
For a more private location for family-friendly recreational activities, consider joining the Hidden Creek Country Club. Hone your gulf game at the award-winning Ed Ault Signature Golf Course or enjoy the year-round indoor and outdoor tennis courts. There’s a fitness center with personal training, pools, a clubhouse, and whole host of activities planned throughout the year. Kids can take golf, tennis, swimming lessons or attend camps in the summer.
Reston Town Center is the hub of the area, hosting a large range of offices, retail stores, bars, and restaurants. With open, spacious walkways and central Fountain Square, it is the perfect place for community members to spend their time relaxing, shopping, and dining. If you’re a young professional seeking city life, with the option of commuting everywhere in Northern Virginia, the high-rise condominiums in the town center may interest you.
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