Points of Interest Near Lee Highway

Photo: Harris Teeter storeAll points of interest listed below are accessible by public transportation, bicycling, and walking For more information, see Getting Around Lee Highway.

  • Arlington History Bike Tour – Self-guided tour along a 22-mile circuit through Arlington, including part of the Lee Highway corridor.
  • Cherrydale Volunteer Fire Department – 3900 Lee Highway..
  • East Falls Church Park – 1701 N. Van Buren Street. Basketball court, community dog area.
  • Greenbrier Park – 5201 28th Street North. Sports Fields, fitness course, swimming pool.
  • High View Park – 1938 North Dinwiddie St. Baseball and softball fields, accessible school-age playground, basketball court, picnic shelter.
  • Lee Heights Shops – 4532 Lee Highway. Restaurants and retail on street level.
  • Lee Heights Park – 2400 North Taylor Street. Small park with stream in residential setting.
  • Madison Manor Park – 6225 12th Road North. Trail, picnic area, sports fields, dog park, accessible school-age playground, tennis courts, basketball court.
  • Lee Community Center – 5722 Lee Highway. Houses the Lee Arts Center, with facilities for pottery, ceramic sculpture, tilemaking and printmaking. Workshops and internships.
  • Lee Harrison Shopping Center – 2425 N. Harrison St. Retail and restaurants.
  • Lyon Village Shopping Center – 3125 Lee Highway. Retail and restaurants.
  • Lyon Village Community House – 1920 N. Highland Street. For the use by Lyon Village residents and available for rent for private events.
  • Parkhurst Park – 5820 20th Street North. Open space with school-age playground.
  • Restaurants
  • Sharp Park – 3400 North Powhatan Street. Nature trails, wildlife observation opportunities.
  • Tuckahoe Park – 2400 N. Sycamore St. Large playground, baseball fields, soccer fields, nature area, amphitheater.
  • Williamsburg Shopping Center #1 – 2900 N. Sycamore St. Restaurants, retail, and medical services.
  • Williamsburg Shopping Center #2 – 6402 Williamsburg Boulevard. Retail, health and fitness.
  • Windy Run Park – 2420 North Kenmore Street. Stream, paved trail, nature area, wildlife observation opportunities.
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The average person loses 13 lbs. their first year of commuting by bike.

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Arlington’s Bicycle & Pedestrian Counters

Bikes counted

View Counter Data
110 Trail
433
14th Street Bridge
1760
Arlington Mill Trail
258
Ballston Connector
0
Bluemont Connector
212
CC Connector
0
Clarendon EB bike lane
146
Custis Bon Air Park
731
Custis Rosslyn
1788
Fairfax EB bike lane
168
Joyce St NB
40
Joyce St SB
38
Key Bridge East
824
Key Bridge West
531
Military NB bike lane
42
Military SB bike lane
35
MVT Airport South
2328
Quincy NB bike lane
97
Quincy SB bike lane
115
Roosevelt Bridge
398
Rosslyn Bikeometer
0
TR Island Bridge
0
WOD Bon Air Park
596
WOD Bon Air West
1551
WOD Columbia Pike
531
WOD East Falls Church
0
Wilson WB bike lane
201

Peds counted

View Counter Data
110 Trail
706
14th Street Bridge
506
Arlington Mill Trail
696
Ballston Connector
0
Bluemont Connector
401
CC Connector
0
Custis Bon Air Park
490
Custis Rosslyn
314
Joyce St NB
79
Joyce St SB
111
Key Bridge East
2579
Key Bridge West
909
MVT Airport South
241
Roosevelt Bridge
139
TR Island Bridge
1373
WOD Bon Air Park
650
WOD Bon Air West
662
WOD Columbia Pike
596
WOD East Falls Church
0

All counters, YTD

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Year to Date
5678863
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