There are 34 interpretive sign panels in Leopold's Preserve that speak to the flora, fauna, geological features, and the historical significance of the property as it relates to the Civil War as well as to the many families who called this area of Prince William County their home and who are buried here.


We wish to thank following organizations for their assistance in researching and authoring many of the interpretive sign panels found in Leopold's Preserve:

1. Virginia Tech Conservation Management Institute

2. Virginia Native Plant Society

3. Bull Run Mountains Conservancy

4. Prince William County Archaeologist, Justin Patton

5. Buckland Preservation Society

6. The Journey Through Hallowed Ground

7. Ducks Unlimited

8. Heather Hembrey, Historical Research Specialist

9. Wetland Studies and Solutions

Graphic Design: Creative Umbrella   l   Production: Pannier Graphics


Contact US

Leopold's Preserve is open 7 days a week from dawn until dusk. Our public parking area is conveniently located off of Route 55 (John Marshall Highway).


NOTE: the entrances located within the private Villages of Piedmont community are not for public access! 

For GPS Location Use:

16290 Thoroughfare Road
Broad Run, Virginia 20137

Directions: Traveling west on John Marshall Highway (Rt. 55) turn left onto Thoroughfare Road (SR 682). Continue a short distance and the paved road turns to gravel. Cross the railroad tracks and in just a few hundred yards you will see the parking areas located to the left (Parking Lot East) and right (Parking Lot West).

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Our viewing platform is wheelchair accessible from Parking Lot West.
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