A little About US
We at Mansion House often get asked why our club isn’t called Mount Vernon. Well the fact is, we actually get our name from Mount Vernon, in that George Washington's Estate was comprised of five farms that were originally included in the land between two waterways, Dogue Run and Little Hunting Creek.
Those farms included four working farms; River, Dogue Run, Union and Muddy Hole along with its crown jewel, the Mansion House Farm. Mansion House Farm included Washington’s home, gardens, lawns and the entirety of the neighborhood surrounding this very pool. During Washington’s lifetime, the five farms grew in size to almost 8000 acres, or 12 square miles, and include the majority of the pools in the Northern Virginia Swim League (NVSL). To see how this looked back in "the day", refer to the map below.
New to the area, and the pool or just ready to get more involved this year and didn't know how to do it? The MHC always needs volunteers!
If you are interested in volunteering, please contact our club secretary, at email@example.com. They will be able to direct your inquiry to the appropriate person. Check back soon for updates as to where help might be needed!
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