Enjoy Clemyjontri Park’s Trackless Train


By DullesMoms, May 2019


Toot! Toot! Get excited to climb aboard the trackless train at Clemyjontri Park!

This special train takes children and adults on a ride around the park, following the playground area’s bike trail. Riders can enjoy views of the natural park environment, the colorful playground, and the home to Adele Lebowitz, who donated the 18.6-acre property to the Fairfax County Park Authority in 1997.

The trackless train is fee-based and typically runs from late May to early September each year; click here to see regular and special holiday hours.

Unfamiliar with Clemyjontri? Clemyjontri Park is a Northern Virginia favorite! This 2+ acre all-inclusive, adaptive playground consists of 4 outdoor “rooms” surrounding a centerpiece carousel: The Rainbow Room, The Schoolhouse & Maze, The Movin’ and Groovin’ Transportation Area, and Fitness & Fun.

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Location:
Clemyjontri Park • McLean, VA (Map)


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