Lake Accotink Park Accotink Park Rd, Springfield, VA 22150
Strives to inspire and sustain a passion for Lake Accotink Park and leisure experiences that enhance quality of life.
FLAP Mission: We are committed to
A. Protect, restore and preserve the natural, historical and
cultural resources of Lake Accotink Park;
B. Promote educational and recreational opportunities;
C. Encourage interpretive, educational and cultural programs;
D. Promote the community use of the park facilities; and
E. Foster respect for the park.
Natural Resources Lake Accotink Park is situated in the middle of the 51 square mile Accotink Watershed. Runoff from as far north as Chain Bridge Road in the Town of Vienna passes through Lake Accotink on its route through Fort Belvoir and into Accotink Bay and ultimately the Potomac River. The lake and its surrounding forests provide habitat for a myriad of birds, mammals, insects, amphibians and fish.
The consolidated tree cover in the park helps protect water and air quality and provides critical wildlife corridors and safe havens.
|Member At Large||Dave Gibson||memberAL@flapaccotink.org|
|Community Outreach and Communications|| Nicole Wargel (Director)|
Kevin Joyce (Deputy)
Colleen Blessing (Editor) Stephanie Kern (Publisher)
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|Pollinator Educational Garden||Jeri Levi (Director)|
Lisa Kurtz (Deputy)
|Dog Waste Stations||Karole Nielsen (Director)|
Martin Shepherd (Deputy)
|Young FLAPers||Isabella Napoli (Director)|
Madina Fayzieva (Deputy)