Looking for adventure? You don’t have to head out on the highway. Adventure is all around you—right here in Arlington. WalkArlington will get you there with our series of neighborhood Walkabouts. These self-guided walking tours help you discover the beauty and history of Arlington neighborhoods.
Click on the Walkabouts listed at left to explore your options, from urban villages to rolling parkland, quaint neighborhoods to city streets. Each Walkabout map lists the starting point, distance, and type of terrain you’ll find, plus a description to give you a feel for the neighborhood. Pick the Walkabout that sounds best for you. Or start with the first tour and set a goal of walking all 20.
Eighteen of our 20 Walkabouts are also available in a brochure, which can be downloaded here in one very large PDF file: WalkArlington Walkabouts brochure (PDF, 9 MB. Adobe Reader required.) You may also download full-page Walkabout maps for individual neighborhoods by selecting from the neighborhoods listed on the column at left.
Walkabout Updates: Arlington is always changing. If you see something that's out-of-date in our Walkabouts maps or information, please use the Comments section below, or on any of the Walkabouts pages, to let us know.
Comments posted here will be published on this page after approval. If you have a comment or question, but do not want it to be published, please contact WalkArlington.
- KATHY FONG
- March 27, 2013, 7:17 PM
HI.. Don't forget about MY favorite walk.. and my neighborhood.. Old Glebe. We have such wonderful resources up at this end of the County.. from Glebe Park ( tennis, sport court, playground - while old and decrepit),Madison Center..acitiviites, DOG park, Fort Ethan Allan ( soon to be spectacular like it's sister Fort- Smith) . Gulf Branch park, Blacksmithing, The utterly fantastic Gulf Branch Nature Center and MIles of trails!
All this .. and only a mile to DC !