Between Old Courthouse Spring Branch Stream Valley Park and its adjacent Raglan Road Park, Tysons Last Forest provides over 40 acres of green space to the residents of Tysons and their adjacent neighbors. As Tysons develops into a thriving urban center, maintaining these aesthetic and recreational benefits is critical.
Forty acres of mature trees and dense stream valley provide a beautiful tree-lined separation between Tysons urban center, the Silver Line metro, and the adjacent suburban neighborhoods. It also provides a magnificent view for all the businesses and employees in the heart of Tysons.
Since the land of Tysons Last Forest was donated decades ago, residents and visitors alike have used its lush forest, stream valley, and walking paths for great recreational value.
Water can be forced into pipes, but then the aesthetic and recreational benefits are eliminated.