Prince William Forest Park offers many different ways in which you can enjoy the outdoors and learn about history and culture. Some areas of the park, including camping and cabin areas, require a reservation to access. Certain activities such as ceremonies and commercial photoraphy may require a Special Use Permit if they operate outside of the park's normal rules and regulations. Here you will find more information about different areas and services that require a reservation or permit.
Individual and Group Camping
Individual Cabin Rentals
Spend the night in a historic cabin that holds 4, 6, or 10 people. Cots, picnic tables, and grills make the cabins a home away from home.
Group Cabin Camping
Group cabin camp sites are available to accommodate larger groups. Each camp includes sleeping cabins, restrooms, a dining hall, and more!
Pavilion, Ranger Programs, & Permits
Telegraph Picnic Pavilion
Telegraph Pavilion is a great place to have a picnic or gathering of larger families or groups.
In addition to public programs, groups can request a ranger program as part of their field trip or outing.
Special Use Permits
Some gatherings or activities may require a Special Use Permit. Examples include some ceremonies and professional photography. Learn more.
Last updated: April 10, 2021