Located off of River Creek Parkway and adjacent to Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park, the Lakes at Red Rock is a community of 374 single-family and town homes near the Potomac River in Leesburg. This neighborhood features a paved trail suitable for walking, biking, and more. A five-acre lake divides the community, but residents remain connected by a picturesque and functional covered wooden foot bridge. Other amenities include tennis courts, two tot lots, and an outdoor pool.
The community hosts annual events such as an egg hunt, breakfast with Santa, a pool party, community yard sales, and a swim team. This green-minded neighborhood recently won a nationwide recycling contest, and the prize money is earmarked for use in renovating the community clubhouse.
There is an abundance of shopping, dining, and services at the nearby Village at Leesburg, and Marketplace at Potomac Station, as well as numerous other area shopping centers. A modern 12-screen theater is just across Route 7 in the Village at Leesburg, and all of that is connected via a pedestrian footpath at River Creek Parkway. The Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets is a shopping destination for many, yet it is only a short distance for the residents of the Lakes at Red Rock.
Baseball fans will be delighted to have Good Times Park nearby, a complex of three lit fields which hosts Little Leaguers from across the area.
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Population by Age Level. Median Age 39.06. Households: 17,648.
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