All who claim a stake in our park are invited to join Friends of Lake Accotink Park...

The time is ripe for committed volunteers to organize as one voice, gather collective energy and expertise, and work together to ensure the future of Lake Accotink Park.

Join us in support of Lake Accotink Park!

  • President's Letter
  • Park Supervisor's Letter
  • FLAP on Facebook
  • Budget Challenges
  • Master Plan Delay
  • The Invaserator
  • Money! Money! Money!
Volume 1, Issue 5, of the new FLAP newsletter.
Read all about it!
- posted August 16, 2014
Be aware of the proper protocol should anyone in your community encounter a hornet situation.
- posted August 23, 2014
The Invaserator!

The Park Authority's new tool against stubborn invasive alien plant species - See two video examples of the "Invaserator" as it goes into action!
- posted August 5, 2014
Friends of Lake Accotink Park and Friends of Accotink Creek put their heads together to achieve great things!
- posted July 18, 2014
Neighbors discuss the parks and waters of the Long Branch central tributary of Accotink Creek. Come join hands to help! Virtual Tour of Long Branch
- posted July 18, 2014
The new FLAP donation box is ready for park visitors to show their support.
- posted April 11. 2014
The proposed FY 2015 Fairfax County budget will eliminate the staff at Lake Accotink Park and close the park office. Let's not let this happen! Read Page 8 at the link above and then let your supervisors hear from you.
- posted February 5. 2014
The new FLAP President introduces himself and discusses proposed bylaws revisions.
- posted February 5. 2014

August 30, 2014
9:00 AM and 11:00 AM
Walk into the Long Branch Stream Valley to raise educational awareness.

September 20, 2014
Lake Accotink Park
8:30am - noon
Travel by canoe across Lake Accotink, doing battle against the litterbugs!
7:00 PM
September 22, 2014

Join your neighbors to support this major tributary of Accotink Creek!
September 13th, 2014
Lake Accotink Park
9:30am - 11:30am
Volunteers assess ecological conditions in streams, based on the abundance of invertebrates.
Third Thursdays
Meet the other dedicated Friends of Lake Accotink Park. Join our monthly planning meetings!

Sept. 10, 2014
Learn of planning to improve the health of Accotink Creek and what you can do to help.