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Clemyjontri Park, McLean

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Clemyjontri Park is a 2-acre park in McLean, Virginia, opened in 2006, which boasts a setting for children of all abilities to congregate. It is located in the McLean area of Fairfax County, Virginia at 6317 Georgetown Pike. It includes a carousel,, four different playground areas around the carousel, and walking trails. Additional parking is available at Langley Fork Park across Georgetown Pike.
The land was donated by Adele Lebowitz in 1997, of Morton’s Department Store and namesake of the "Adele Lebowitz Center for Youth and Family" at the Washington School of Psychiatry, to the Fairfax County Park Authority to build the park.
The name Clemyjontri is derived from the donor’s four children: Carolyn (CL), Emily (EMY), John (Jon), and Petrina (Tri).
The park has been written about in the fictional book Murder Has a Sweet Tooth.
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  • This is a tremendous park for little ones. Very safe and lots to keep them entertained. And of course plenty of sitting areas for the mums and dads.  more »
  • kids love to visit this place close to their grandparents house. There was plenty to keep kids of all ages happy.  more »
  • This park is amazing we had a really good time but we would recommend going on a nice day we went in the middle of July when it was over a 100゚ and all the slides and stuff to go on were too hot. There is a carousel in the middle of the park but I don't know when that is turned on probably on the weekends. Lots of stuff to do for kids a great park definitely worth a visit when you're in the area
  • It's a nice fairly big playground park. Would be great if it had a sand box and a water spout our mini water play area. There is enough shade area to get out of the sun for a break. There are restrooms available at this location. There are picnic tables available both for reservations and as a first come basis.
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