Raglan Road Park between Tysons and Vienna just got a little bigger.
The Fairfax County Park Authority added another acre to the park by buying one acre at 8608 Raglan Road, according to a Fairfax County press release last Wednesday (June 19).
The additional land is meant “to help meet the future recreation needs of the growing Tysons area,” according to the county.
Raglan Road Park, a forested area adjacent to the Old Courthouse Spring Branch Stream Valley, has long been slated for more recreational facilities, and the recent opening of the new Vesper Trail signaled that more amenities might be on the way.
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