Clean Up Mason Neck State Park Shoreline & Enjoy Free Park Admission
Public Lands Day (September 27) is an opportunity for you to join others all over the country in helping to maintain and improve parks, wildlife refuges and other public lands. Please help clean up the Mason Neck State Park Shoreline from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, September 27.
Have a canoe or kayak? You can paddle the beautiful waters around the Park for free while you help pick up trash!
Where: Mason Neck State Park, 7301 High Point Rd, Lorton, VA 22079 – meet at the Visitor Center
When: 9:00 – 12 noon, Saturday September 27, 2014
You bring: Work gloves. A canoe or kayak and a life vest, if you have them.
- The satisfaction of removing trash from the Park’s shoreline.
- An opportunity to enjoy the River and Kane’s Creek (eagles, herons, egrets, kingfishers, a unique marshland environment).
- Coffee, bottled water, and snacks; plastic trash bags
- Free admission to the park on September 27 for all volunteers (tell the gate – Contact Station attendant you are volunteering)
- A one‐time FREE PARK ADMISSION PASS (use anytime!) for the first 25 volunteers/groups
For more information – call the Mason Neck State Park Visitor Center (703) 339-2380 or contact the Friends of Mason Neck State Park (www.masonneckstateparkfriends.org)