Lake Ridge is an annex of Woodbridge in Prince William County, Virginia. Its total area of 8.6 square miles is 8.2 square miles of land and 0.4 square miles of water.
The official census of 2010 showed a population of 41,058, which was an outstanding increase of 35 percent from 2000. The current number is approximately 42,474 The median household income was above state average.
There are an amazing 7,700 housing units in more than 70 subdivisions and nine condominium complexes in this suburban community. According to Coldwell Banker, in 2015 there were 733 Lake Ridge properties sold, and the median home sale price was $303,854.
There are nine schools in Lake Ridge, and the public schools are part of Prince William County Public Schools. The highly rated schools include Old Bridge Elementary School with a rating of 9, Lake Ridge Elementary School with a rating of 8, Lake Ridge Middle School with a rating of 8, and Springwoods Elementary School with a rating of 7.
This Northern Virginia13-acre waterpark is right outside the nation’s capital in Manassas. Its extraordinary features include a 770-foot lazy river to cruise down, nine waterslides including two four-story slides, a Tropical Twister, a log walk, two swimming pools, a children's area, two adventure walks, and more. In addition, there are five distinctive eateries, seven pavilions for parties and other gatherings, and 250 tons of sand!
G. Richard Pfitzner Stadium
In Prince William County and used primarily for baseball, it is the home field of the minor league baseball team Potomac Nationals. It holds 6,000 people. The electronic scoreboard is capable of displaying images as well as video. The dugouts are unusual because they are at field level, and no rail or fence separates them from the playing area.