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Piscataway Crossing Regional Park

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Piscataway Crossing Regional Park is located in Leesburg, Virginia and is named for a Native American tribe which once lived in the area and thrived from the abundance of the Potomac River. The Piscataway were one of the tribes encountered by Captain John Smith during his early explorations of the Potomac River. The park is a popular location to launch a car-top canoe or kayak. With steps down the riverbank, access is into the Potomac River, and offers views of the area, as well as close-up views of both Mason and Harrison Islands in the Potomac.

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Piscataway Crossing Regional Park
43656 Hibler Road
Leesburg VA 20716