About Hallowing Point
Historic and Beautiful, Hallowing Point is a Refuge of Tranquility
PO Box 63 Lorton, Virginia 22199
Welcome to historic and beautiful Hallowing Point at the southern tip of Mason Neck in Fairfax County, Virginia. Hallowing Point is a cluster of nearly 200 homes and is the center of a close knit and thriving community of citizens.
The community is located on a 9,000 acre penninsula jutting into the Potomac River about 20 miles south of Washington, D.C.  The community is nestled near the Elizabeth Hartwell National Wildlife Refuge, Mason Neck State Park, Pohick Bay Regional Park and historic Gunston Hall Plantation. This unique location provides an excellent variety of wildlife, natural beauty and a variety of outdoor activities.

The Hallowing Point Citizens Association owns and maintains several areas of community property, sponsors a variety of social functions and publishes a periodic community newsletter.  The Association also provides its members with a handbook and this web site.
This web site is designed primarily for use by the members of the Hallowing Point Citizens Association, but most of the information on the site can be viewed by the public.  If you are a member of the Association, you may log in to the site to read minutes of the Association’s Annual Meeting and Board of Directors Meetings, review archived community newsletters, obtain the latest resident directory information, access the handbook and official documents of the Association, and see pictures of community events.  Sign up for the community email list and  receive updates on community issues and events.  Log in to the message center and join online discussions among your neighbors about issues of interest.   If you are just visiting our site, feel free to browse around the pages and learn a little more about the neighborhood that we call home.
Mason Neck is bounded by Pohick Bay and Gunston Cove to the north, the Potomac River to the east, and Belmont Bay and the Occoquan River to the south, and over two-thirds of the land on the peninsula is protected by federal, regional, or state entities.  Mason Neck combines historical, natural, and recreational resources in a serene setting that belies its proximity to Washington, DC.
     The area is famous as the location of Gunston Hall, the home of George Mason IV who authored the Virginia Declaration of Rights.   Mason Neck also boasts over 6,000 acres of protected lands, most notably  the Elizabeth Hartwell National  Wildlife Refuge, the first national wildlife refuge established specifically for the protection of the Bald Eagle.
Just another mile up Gunston Road, and also on Mason Neck is Pohick Bay Regional Park, a 1,002 acre park that is operated by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority.  The Park offers a boat ramp, swimming pool, golf course, and picnic and camping facilities.
Mason Neck State Park, located just a few miles from Hallowing Point, was voted one of America’s favorite parks in 2013, placing second in a nationwide contest.  The Park has hiking and paved multi-use trails, a picnic area and playground, a car-top canoe launch and a visitor center.  Bird watching, especially for American bald eagles, and guided canoe trips of Kane's Creek and Belmont Bay are favorites with park visitors.
Mailing Address: Hallowing Point Association PO Box 63 Lorton VA 22199