Lisle Park in Falls Church, VA

This has to be the funniest park we have reviewed. Lisle Park is located near 495 and Route 7 off of Leesburg Pike. (Rt 7). The easiest way to get to the park is to head down Lisle Ave and circle around the block until you’re driving parallel to Route 7.  The only access to the park is one small pathway that cuts along two houses. If you weren’t looking for it you would never know it was there. There isn’t a sign until you reach further down the path but you will see two posts that border the path.

Address: 7744 Leesburg Pike, Falls Church, VA 22043

Once you get down the path you’ll find a half court basketball court and piece of play equipment. The play equipment is small but in good shape. There wasn’t any shade over the equipment but there were several trees around the edges of the park that gave off plenty of shade. No restrooms but one bench sits near the play equipment.

The basketball court needs some love but overall if you lived nearby  in the neighborhood of Pimmit Hills it could be a nice park to run around.




2 thoughts on “Lisle Park in Falls Church, VA

  • May 31, 2012 at 3:46 pm

    I am so glad I found your blog! I was wondering if you could recommend a shaded stroller friendly walking trail in Loudoun county? Thanks for doing these park reviews, i was able to find disk golf for my husband.

    • May 31, 2012 at 3:58 pm

      I’m so glad you were able to use the site to find disc golf. I’ll make sure to include disc golf areas when I’m reviewing. Algonkian Regional Park has a walking path through the park not all of it is shaded but it is paved. You can park at the Potomac Lakes Sportsplex and then walk into Algonkian along the path or just park inside Algonkian near Volcano Island Waterpark and hit the paved trail by the tot lot. I know it’s not in Loudoun County but I would check out Brown’s Chapel Park in Reston. Reston has a very large trail systems but at Browns Chapel Park you can walk around Lake Newport and in and around the houses. Most of the paved trail is in the shade of trees.


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