- Volleyball court
- Multi-purpose field
- Picnic tables
- A historic Civil War-era fortification.
Mount Eagle Park is a 12.72-acre county park in Alexandria, Va. Mount Eagle Park was once part of a plantation home built by Bryan Fairfax, 8th Lord Fairfax of Cameron in 1789-90, south of Hunting Creek and Alexandria in Fairfax County, Virginia. The house was demolished in 1968 and in its place, the Huntington Metro Station, Montebello condo complex, and Mount Eagle Park were built. Mount Eagle Park is couched between Montebello condos and the Huntington Metro station at 5915 North Kings Highway. The park offers several recreational amenities including: