To appropriately commemorate the struggle for women’s voting rights, the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial will be located in southern Fairfax County, Va., within the new cultural area of the Occoquan Regional Park overlooking the Occoquan River—a site that will become a destination for guests, tourists, scholars, students, and historians. As envisioned, the garden-style memorial will be a cornerstone of the planned park development which will include a banquet facility, enhanced marina, amphitheater, brick kiln and control house, restrooms, and a new parking area.
The design of the Jean R. Packard Occoquan Center (the planned park development) features an exquisite windowed, multipurpose building expected to primarily function as a banquet facility with a café and educational center. Information pertaining to other local history will be on exhibit. The design image at the left shows the front of the Packard Center as viewed from the memorial and gardens location.
For a diagram of the cultural area showing the location of the Turning Point Suffragist Memorial (in color), with the Occoquan River at the lower left and the Packard Center shown as two overlapping rectangles at the bottom, click New Cultural Area of the Park.