Morven Park is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is operated in the public interest by the Westmoreland Davis Memorial Foundation, Inc. Morven Park is on the National Register of Historic Places and is a Virginia Historic Landmark.
Morven Park, located just outside Leesburg, Va., was once the home of Westmoreland Davis, governor of Virginia from 1918-1922. This 1,000-acre oasis in Northern Virginia attracts about 100,000 people each year, enticed by the site’s exquisite scenery, historic gardens, sports fields, museum collections, Civil War hut site, and hiking trails.
Morgan Park has lots to see and so much to learn from. The trails are beautiful and expansive. You can See a huge section of the Leesburg Conglomerate at the park by the library. A nice playground with a pavilion as well.
A great place to walk or jog with beautiful fields. Lots of horses at the equestrian center. There's a historical Manor that you can tour on the large property.
Amazing grounds. Home of Boo Daddy's Harlot Fest a yearly event social rugby at it's finest.
For anyone in Leesburg and want to feel like you are in your own private park, this is the place to go. Serene and gorgeous.
Gary Van Orden
Owners of the Morven Park let hundreds of folks down. Major failure and puts a black mark on their leadership. They run a business that includes sports fields and cancelled a major sports tourney (lacrosse) as folks were arriving to the field after long drives and hotel stays. Sports like lacrosse are played in the rain. It was a misty day. Major failure on the Morven Park owners.