18063 Stevensburg Road,
Culpeper (approximately 1-mile off Rt. 3 on Stevensburg Rd)
Three brothers shared the vision of preserving land for community use. Thus, the brothers set aside approximately 85 acres of land to donate to the County of Culpeper for recreational purposes. The property itself parallels Route 663, known as Stevensburg Road, to the west. The natural bubbling water of Mountain Run creek separates the neighboring farmland to the south while agricultural farmland defines the east and northern boundaries.
The brothers envisioned their fields as an area of activity for community families. The park provides visitors with breath taking views of farm land and rolling hills. Not only beautiful property, the park has civil war significance that played a major role in the Brandy Station Cavalry clash between Union and Confederate soldiers. A small flag plaza features informational kiosks highlighting researched material to support the area’s activity of that time.
Lenn Park amenities currently include:
- Flag plaza with historical informational kiosks
- Two adult softball fields
- An amphitheater
- A Picnic Pavilion with indoor activity room, (Lenn Park Pavilion Floor Plan)
- Activity room - 40’ x 30’ (occupancy 60)
- Inside seating - 15 tables and 60 chairs
- 2 bathrooms.
- Warming kitchen – 10’ x 19’
- Outdoor picnic shelter – 40’ x 60’ (occupancy approximately 60-80 )
- includes 10 picnic tables, horseshoe pitching court, fire ring with benches.
- One small playground ages 2-12yrs (located between the softball fields)
- One large playground ages 2-12yrs
- One lacrosse field
- Two mini-picnic shelters
- One picnic grove with three picnic tables and two charcoal grills
- Multi-use roadway and trail system - 1 mile
- Multi-use trail system - .11 mile
- Overnight camping area - for use by Organized non-profit groups only su
- Mt. Run creek for catch and release fishing
- One multi-purpose field
- A radio controlled air plane air field
Extension of the existing multi-use trail
Additional mini-picnic shelters
Rental Information of the Lenn Park Pavilion can be found on page "Parks & Facilities"
Remote Control Model Airplane Flying at Lenn Park
Culpeper County's Lenn Park includes the Lenn Model Airpark, a remote control flying field for model airplanes. Lenn Model Airpark is operated by the Culpeper Model Barnstormer's Remote Control Club through an agreement with the county. Spectators are always welcome.
Guest flyers, who are members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics, may fly when accompanied by a club member. Additionally free instruction in remote control flying is offered by the Culpeper Model Barnstormers to its club members. The club is affiliated with the Academy of Model Aeronautics, a national organization of more than 175,000 members that was created in 1936 to promote model aviation, competition, and safe model flying.
For more information please check out the Culpeper Model Barnstormer's website at: "http://www.cmbclubrc.com".