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Voorhees Preserve

A walk through Voorhees Preserve in Northern Virginia.

Voorhees Preserve is located next to the Westmoreland Berry Farm.  Look for signs to guide you, and check in at the welcome center for a map before you hit the trail! 

The trail begins about a five minute hike down the road, next to an orchard.

Watch for the TNC trail blazes to find your way.

As you hike down toward the river, you'll see lots of plants and animals.

This bridge was recently rebuilt, and offers a good look at wildlife close to the water's edge.

The flowering plants here are a great place to find insects.

How many kinds of dragonflies can you spot?

Flourishing plants near the river.

Dragonflies love the wet areas of this preserve.

This is the first outlook over the Rappahannock.

The trail has 2 branches at this point.

Watch out for spider webs!

Second overlook, at the end of the trail.

Wild mushrooms are everywhere in this preserve.

Watch for wild berries along the trail.

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