More information can be found at the following hyperlinks
Fairfax County website for Park Authority. Contains FCPA mission statement, contact information, and a calendar of events for Fairfax County parks.
Non-Profit, non-sectarian association for the the Kings Park West subdivision. Contains the community calendar of events, to includes those KPWCA events hosted in the parks.
The Invasive Management Area (IMA) program was created and is funded by the FCPA to help eradicate non-native, invasive weeds from the parklands. Learn about progress in combatting invasives within Fairfax County parks and see how you can help.
Private web-site of KPWCA resident, FORL team member, and IMA champion, Greg Sykes. The website focuses on the IMA program within the Royal Lake watershed. Whereas the Naturalists and Volunteer Coordinators are FCPA employees, the field workforce is volunteer-based. IMA workdays provide on-site educational opportunities, a chance to earn service hours, a healthy workout, and a fantastic way to help the environment!
Learn about and get involved with other FCPA "Friends" programs with the Friends of Lake Accotink Park web-site.
Learn about and get involved with other FCPA "Friends" programs with the Friends of Lake Accotink Creek web-site.
Do you wonder how land use and development decisions are made for the land around the Royal Lake Parks and the surrounding neighborhoods? Find out how your voice can be heard regarding stormwater run-off into Royal Lake, tree preseravation, and environmental concerns.