Fredericksburg Parent

September 2014

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18 Fredericksburg Parent and Family • September 2014 sitting on 831 acres between Garrisonville and Courthouse roads, embrey Mill is home to three parks that families and groups can freely enjoy. Heritage Park: A grassy enclosure where friends and families can gather for festive events like BBQs and picnics. Eat. Play. Club. Embrey Mill houses three great parks with three more planned Apricot Park: Quiet and peaceful, this space offers a more passive and reflective experience perfect for enjoying a book, watching the clouds or stargazing. Racetrack Park: A mini-racetrack for trikes and scooters that's decorated with colored tires and rich plantings. Kids and adults alike will feel like they're racing in the sprint Cup series. Embrey Field: A large grassy field for impromptu and organized sports and games mean- ing you don't have to venture far for pickup soccer or football. Come with friends or bring clubs and teams for a day of friendly competition. Embrey Mill Lawn Festival Park: The primary public space in the heart of embrey Mill, Festival Park will feature a natural amphitheater layout perfect for concerts, plays and community meetings. Guests can expect to enjoy concrete ping pong and foosball tables, corn-hole, a fire pit and picnic tables. For the latest information on Embrey Mill and its upcoming parks, be sure to visit and follow Embrey Mill on Facebook and Twitter. Keep an eye out for these three parks coming to embrey Mill in the near future: Dog Park: Bring your dog to this urban-inspired park, designed to be the only one of its kind in Stafford. All are welcome to visit the parks! Please check in at Embrey House when you arrive.

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