The Hunters Valley Association (HVA) is the civic association of the area located in Fairfax County along Hunters Mill Road from Lawyers Road on the north to Vale Road on the south and west to Difficult Run. It is a non-profit Virginia Corporation, chartered in 1955, and as such is the sole legal entity which is responsible for the land and property it owns and leases. It represents its members in such civic affairs as county planning and zoning, the provision of parks, and the conservation of natural resources which will enhance the attractiveness of Hunters Valley as a unique residential area. HVA has carried on an extensive program of recreational and social activities for over 40 years. The Association’s social activities include a Christmas party, a summer pot luck barbecue, and a Halloween wiener roast.
Horses have always been an integral part of the neighborhood and the Hunters Valley Riding Club (HVRC), which is under the umbrella of HVA, has a year round program of riding activities.
The Hunters Valley Association Community Directory is published each May and distributed at the HVA Family Picnic in June and the Halloween Party.
Directories are also available in the mailbox located at the picnic area shed on Hunters Valley Road.
Because Sam Wheeler has moved, Board meetings will be held at the HVA meeting room which is located in the basement of the home owned by the Fairfax County Park Authority at the corner of Leeds and Hunters Valley Road All members are welcome to attend. The meetings will be at 7:30. (Click here for minutes of meetings)
HVA resident John Burgess has created a unique set of maps of the trails in the HVA area. Below are the links to see what he has put together. Using the satellite view you can see the trails superimposed over the actual terrain. It also shows points of historical interest.
Hunters Valley – Wickens area
Hunters Valley North – trails north of Lawyers Road and on both sides of Hunter Mill Road
On Saturday, May 16, 2009, the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and the Fairfax County Park Authority Board opened the Historic Oakton School House. This activity marks the culmination of a four year community plan to save this landmark from demolition. Led by individuals such as Linda Byrne, this wonderful renovation and stabilization project that will protect a fascinating structure from our past. The relocated School House now rests at Oakton Community Park at 2841 Hunter Mill Road in Oakton, approximately half a mile from its original location. For more information please contact the Public Information Office at 703-324-8662.