Sunday Wolf Trap Hikes: Walk and Learn

Join Theresa DeFluri, (Naturalist , (NVNPS) Native Plant Society member)to learn about wild flowers and native plants, while on a free guided hike around the beautiful gardens, pond, forest and trails of Wolf Trap on Sunday, May 6 at 1 PM at Wolf Trap. The hike starts at the Filene Center Main Gate (Box Office), lasting about 1.5 hours and traditionally follow the Wolf Trap Trail loop (2.7 miles).  Please dress appropriately for a hike and weather. More information and maps available at and

Pls register for this no-cost event so we can plan for it.

Wolf Trap exit on Toll road closed this weekend May 5-6

The Wolf Trap exit will be closed from 9 pm Friday night until 3 pm Saturday and from 9 pm Saturday until Monday 5 am. Plan ahead if you are visiting the park this weekend, this may affect your trip to the park. The park can also be accessed from Route 7 or Route 123 and Beulah Road.

Wolf Trap held the 8th First-time camp out for Fairfax County 5th & 6th graders 15-16 April 2018 — in the heavy rain!!  Click on this photo to see more photos.

Volunteer scouts demonstrate putting up tent for the campers

  • Starting the burn

On April 6, Wolf Trap conducted its first prescribed burn in the dimple meadow in front of the Filene Center. This burn is expected to clear invasive species and the aid the restoration of native grasses.

  • Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts was voted by readers of DC’s City Paper as the Best Outdoor Venue for the 10th year in a row! Congrats to the Wolf Trap Foundation and the park staff!  Being voted Best Outdoor Venue 11 years in a row is practically guaranteed with this summer’s Wolf Trap concert lineup.