fishing piers in Fairfax County, Virginia

Fishing Piers
Fairfax County, Virginia




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Fort Belvoir Military Base Fishing Piers
10300 Knight Road
Fort Belvoir, VA 22060

GPS 38° 40'51.61" N    77° 09'13.55" W
( Foot of pier 1 )

GPS 38° 40'40.44" N    77° 08'55.93" W
( Foot of pier 2 )

Fort Belvoir has 2 separate piers. Pier 1 is 165' in length over the water with a 65' "T" at the end. There are a few benches at the end.

Pier 2 is 225' in length over the water. There are benches at the end.

Those hunting or fishing must get a recreational permit.

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Areas in Fairfax County, Virginia Include; Annandale, Burke, Fairfax City, Fort Hunt, Groveton, Huntington, Hybla Valley, Jefferson, Lincolnia, Mantua, Newington, Oakton, Pimmit Hills, Seven Corners, Tysons Corner, West Springfield, Wiley and Wolf Trap.
Bodies of Brackish & Saltwater in Fairfax County, Virginia Include; Accotink Bay, Belmont Bay, Dogue Creek, Gunston Cove, Four Mile Run, Kanes Creek, Massey Creek, Occoquan Creek, Pohick Bay, Potomac River and Sandy Run.

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