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Adoption Details for Lorton, Virginia:


The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will conduct a Wild Horse and Burro Adoption in 
on  06/20/2014 through  06/21/2014



Adoption will be held at:


 10406 Gunston Rd, Lorton, VA  22079


  Directions:


This adoption is held at the Meadowood Recreation Area in Lorton, Virginia.  The address to the office is 10406 Gunston Road, Lorton, VA 22079, but the adoption will be held in a field a half a mile from there.  From I-95, take exit 163 for Lorton and VA-642.  At the end of the exit, travel East on VA-642 briefly (.4 of a mile if you're coming from the North and .2 of a mile if coming from the South).  At the light intersection for Lorton Market St., turn right.  There will be a grocery store and strip mall on your left.  At the light intersection for Route 1, continue on straight ahead.  This will put you on Gunston Cove Road, which changes to Gunston Road/VA-242.  In about 2 miles you'll pass the main entrance to the Meadowood Recreation Area on your right.  Don't turn here, rather continue on another half of a mile.  You'll turn right through a gate onto a dirt drive. If you use Google Maps, Mapquest, or other GPS, you can use these coordinates as your destination and it will take you right to the location:  38.670731,-77.190827


 

 For applications and more information about this adoption event, contact: 

Wild Horse & Burro Adoption Program
Bureau of Land Management
626 E. Wisconsin Avenue, Suite 200
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202-4617
1 (800) 293-1781 or 1 (414) 297-4443
FAX: (414) 297-4442

Additional Information

Friday Preview: 2:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Saturday Adoption: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm

First come, first served only.
No oral bid process.

To see the animals, coming to this event, click here.


For additional information about adopting, visit the Wild Horse & Burro Adoption Web site at www.adoptahorse.blm.gov or BLM's toll free number at 1-866-4MUSTANGS.