April 27, 2019 - SPRINGfest (link) - Fairfax County's Earth Day event
join us at Sulley Historic Site for a great day of activities, touch-a-truck performances and more! Event is free; parking is $10
April 5 to April 27, 2019 - Watershed Cleanup Day (link)
join us at your favorite park, including Hidden Oaks, as we pickup trash and debris to keep it out of our local watersheds
March through August, 2019 - On the Beadin Path (link)
in the Mason District, there are 54 Fairfax County Parks! Explore
them and collect commemorative beads.
Hidden Oaks holds a variety of programs throughout the year to teach children and families about nature, including exciting summer camps, tea parties, campfires, scout badges, and animal feedings. Check out our schedule on the Programs and Events page!
Hidden Oaks is a great place to spend a day with the family exploring and learning about nature! Hidden Oaks is open from 9-5 on weekdays, 12-5 on weekends, and 11-4 every day from December through February. The Center is closed on Tuesdays. Learn more on the Visiting Hidden Oaks page!
The Friends of Hidden Oaks Nature Center is a group made of local citizens who care about our park, and we need all the help we can get! If you're interested in making a difference in our community, please join us! Find out how on the Become a Friend page.
The Friends of Hidden Oaks Nature Center (FOHONC) are dedicated to supporting natural resource education and habitat protection. We love sharing our enthusiasm for Hidden Oaks, a facility of Fairfax County Park Authority, and encouraging families to get outside and play! Click on any of the titles below to visit that page.