Established in 1936, Prince William Forest Park, Located in Prince William County, Virginia, is the largest protected natural area in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan region at over 15,000+ acres. Today, the park is a window into the past, a view of what much of the east coast once looked like centuries ago.
The park serves as the largest example of eastern piedmont forest in the National Park System (one of the most heavily altered ecosystems in North America). The park also protects the Quantico Creek watershed. It is a sanctuary for numerous native plant and animal species.
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Call For Public Comment To Shape The Future At Prince William Forest Park - National Parks Traveler