The links here are to web sites relating to the Hallowing Point/ Mason Neck area or sites that may be of interest to the residents of Hallowing Point. If you have a link that you think may be of interest to our residents send it to . Once the link is approved by the webmaster, your link will be posted.

  • Fairfax County Public Schools
    Fairfax County Public Schools is the twelfth largest school system in the nation. Students in grades pre-K through 12 are offered a diverse, high quality curriculum.
  • Fairfax County Website
    The Fairfax County web site. It is very informative and kept up to date. 
  • Gunston Elementary School
    Gunston Elementary School is located in a beautiful rural area of southern Fairfax County. Its mission is to create a safe learning environment where we work collaboratively as a group of learners so that our students achieve academic success, become responsible citizens who lead ethical lives, and develop a passion for learning. 
  • Gunston Hall Plantation
    Gunston Hall was once the center of a 5,500-acre tobacco and corn plantation. Its owner, George Mason IV (1725-1792), was a fourth generation Virginian who became a senior statesman and one of the era’s most influential figures. As author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights, Mason was among the first to call for such fundamental American liberties as religious toleration and freedom of the press. Thomas Jefferson once referred to Mason as “a man of the first order of wisdom.” 
  • Liz Hartwell Environmental Fund of the Potomac Foundation
    The Mission of the Elizabeth S. Hartwell Environmental Education Fund is To:
    * Preserve and protect the Mason Neck Penninsula and its environmental, historical and public resources for future generations, including its native and migrating American Bald Eagle's, their habitat, and the waters they fish in around the "Neck."
    * Educate local, Virginia, national and international residents, visitors, and public officials, about the historic significance of Mason Neck and its environmental treasures, and why it must preserved.
    * Teach area children and all interested about how one person can make a difference, can fight to preserve and protect our environment and mobilize others to join in a successful and long term grass roots public policy campaign. 
  • Lorton Community Action Center
    Lorton Community Action Center (LCAC) is a 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, dedicated to improving the quality of life for underprivileged families and children in the Lorton, Virginia area since 1975. Our mission is two-fold, providing assistance and outreach. Our goal is to help families improve their lives, while assisting them toward self-sufficiency
    We cover only greater Lorton including Occoquan, Woodbridge, Lorton Valley, Mason Neck, Laurel Hill, Newington, Lorton Station, Fairfax Station, Landsdowne, Fort Belvoir and Engleside. This is the hometown site.
    Learn about what is actually in Lorton. Learn how to enjoy Lorton and participate in the community. Find the contact information for the amenities and organizations in Lorton.Find the News, Events, and Merchants in Lorton. Save gas, Spend locally.
  • Mason Neck Lions Club
    The International Association of Lions Clubs was founded in Chicago, Illinois, in 1917. Although the youngest service club organization, Lions International has grown to be the worlds largest. As of April 30, 2009, Lions Clubs International had more than 1.3 Million Members in more than 45 Thousand Clubs in over 750 Districts in 205 Countries and Geographic locations. Lions Clubs International is headquartered in Oak Brook Illinois. A board of directors, elected annually at the International Convention, governs the International Association. 
  • Mason Neck State Park
    Mason Neck State Park is on a peninsula formed by Pohick Bay on the north, Belmont Bay on the south and the Potomac River on the east. The peninsula is an active heron rookery. The park also attracts several other migrating and non-migrating species of birds, including tundra swans and assorted species of duck. Bald eagles also inhabit the area. The park boasts several hundred acres of hardwood forests consisting of oaks, holly, hickory and other species of trees. In addition, several wetland areas are also found in Mason Neck. 
  • Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority
    Welcome to your Northern Virginia Regional Parks--more than 10,000 acres of woodlands, streams and rolling Virginia countryside. Enjoy 21 Regional Parks featuring golf courses, swimming pools, hiking trails and much, much more. Take a website tour of these beautiful parks! 
  • Tim's Rivershore
    A long-time local favorite, Tim’s Rivershore Restaurant & Crabhouse is famous for its home-cooked seafood, a very unique atmosphere and the most scenic dining experience you will find in Northern Virginia. 
  • Virginia Bluebird Society
    The Virginia Bluebird Society (VBS) was founded in 1996 to promote bluebirds and other native cavity nesters. VBS is affiliated with The North American Bluebird Society (NABS) and is a Chapter of the Virginia Society of Ornithology (VSO).