Event Details

High View Park/ Waverly Hills/ Cherrydale Walkabout

Sunday, May 18, 2014


When: 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Where:  Meet outside at Langston-Brown Community Center, 2121 N. Culpeper Street, Arlington
Who:  Open to the public, all ages (dogs too!)
Fee:  FREE of charge, registration not required.

What: Celebrate Neighborhood Day weekend with WalkArlington and your neighbors in High View Park, Waverly Hills, and Cherrydale as we explore the highlights and unique history of these three walkable neighborhoods on foot.  Rain or shine.  Free of charge and open to all ages. Visit WalkArlington.com or contact info@walkarlington.com for more information and/or for updates in the event of inclement weather.

The High View Park/Waverly Hills/Cherrydale Walkabout is the fourth in our limited edition series of Walk Friendly Community Walkabouts, created in recognition of Arlington’s 2011 designation as a Gold-Level Walk Friendly Community.

For questions or additional information, contact info@walkarlington.com.

Click link to the right for  MAY 18TH SHORTENED WALKABOUT MAP

Printable full route map available here: English and Spanish (PDF 1.85MB)
MAP IS TWO PAGES - LOOP 1 on PAGE 1 and LOOP on PAGE 2.  SCROLL DOWN TO SEE BOTH LOOPS!

Event details available here: English  and Spanish (PDF 1.29 MB, Adobe Reader required)

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