Residents and visitors of Prince William County can begin the new year by getting some fresh air.
Leesylvania State Park is offering a First Day Hike on January 1.
Park visitors will be able to explore the museum, Potomac Trail, Freestone Point and Lee’s Wood Trail between 1 p.m. and 3 p.m.
Former Chief Ranger Brendon Hanafin and Jim Klakowicz, who built Leesylvania State Park, are leading the hike, according to the park’s website.
Following the tour, they may enjoy a bonfire, hot beverages and s’mores that the Friends of Leesylvania is offering.
Children and pets are welcome to join in the free program.
The park is located at 2001 Daniel K Ludwig Drive in Woodbridge.
Those interested in participating should sign up by December 30 by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or contacting the visitor center at 703-583-6904.