The communities of Landmark/Van Dorn and Cameron Station occupy an area of land bounded by Springfield and Franconia to the south and Lincolnia to the north. They are situated between I-395 and I-495. The communities of Landmark/Van Dorn and Cameron Station have been heavily developed within the past 60 years.
Quality of Life:
Landmark/Van Dorn is typified by high rises and garden apartments. Landmark Mall has a variety of retail, specialty stores and restaurants. Those with an interest in commercial property may find the area directly around the Van Dorn Metro to be desirable.
Cameron Station is an idyllic niche of single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums. Cameron Station’s farmers market, hosted at Ben Brenman Park, is something to wake up for on Sundays. Open from May to November, the farmers market features local art as well as local produce and meats. Food Matters restaurant, located near Ben Brenman Park, builds on this experience and serves dishes fit for any gourmand. Softball and baseball fields, as well as a “turf’ field, provide wonderful recreation opportunities to Cameron Run residents. There is also a bike and running path that circumnavigates the area.
Landmark/Van Dorn and Cameron Station are easily accessed by I-395 and I-495. I-95 is also easily accessible. The Van Dorn Metro Station (Blue Line) is conveniently located nearby. Three stops to Reagan National Airport. These communities are ideal for commuters.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 10 miles.
Washington-Dulles International Airport: < 30 miles.
Baltimore-Washington International Airport: < 50 miles.