Kelsey Creek Farm Park has Something for Everyone

Real Estate Agent with Asset Realty Group

As we head into President's Day 2011 tomorrow, we have been enjoying some cold clear days and this morning's walk with our dog was no exception as we headed over to Kelsey Creek Farm Park.  The gravel paths were crunchy with frost, the sun had just come up, and in the distance were a pair of Canadian geese letting us know as we entered their personal space.  Kelsey Creek Farm Park trail walking the dog

After doing the loop around the park, we headed up to the top of the ridge and took the trail left toward the big barn.  This image is one of my favorites and captured the moment, need I say more!  We continued on down toward the barn into the fullness of the morning sun.  What a gorgeous day and a great way to start the morning. 

Kelsey Creek Farm Park has over 150 acres of trails and open space in it's entirety, with the active stream Kelsey Creek running through it.  There are two historic barns gracing the property and farm animals for the kids to enjoy. 

The park is situated a short distance east of Wilburton Hill Park and just south of Glendale Country Club Golf Course. Living nearby in one of the affordable neighborhood homes is a great lifestyle.

Kelsey Creek Farm Park trail on cold morning

So, if you haven't as yet discovered this gem of a park, put it on your list of places to visit and enjoy with your family, take a picnic lunch, or bring your small children to play in the playground.  You'll be glad you did.  If you want to find a home nearby, call on us, that's our area of expertise, we sell homes and live nearby.



Comments (2)

Lottie Kendall
Compass - San Francisco, CA
Helping make your real estate dreams a reality

Hi Richard, nice post about Kelsey Creek Farm Park. I love the photos, too; the top one makes me want to get out and hike along--can almost feel the peace of the area.

Feb 21, 2011 02:33 AM
Pat Fenn
Marketing Specialist for CJ Realty Group/Cindy Jones Broker - Springfield, VA
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Oct 05, 2012 10:46 PM