Cameron Station is a community of single family homes, town homes and condominiums located in the West End of Alexandria, Virginia. It was designed according to the architectural styles of the 18th and 19th centuries and as a recreation of an old-fashioned American small town. Brick sidewalks, colonial street lamps, pocket parks and other unique environmental elements add to its charm and unique ambiance.
The Cameron Club is a focal part of the community and includes a great room with kitchen for social and business gatherings, meeting rooms, a fitness center and gym, outdoor adult and children’s pools and administrative offices. Retailers along Brenman Park Drive include a cafe, restaurant, market, dry cleaners, spa and salon, dentist and daycare facility. Alexandria’s newest grade school, Samuel W. Tucker Elementary, is located at the west end of the community, and Cameron Station is bordered by two city parks at each end—Ben Brenman Park and Armistead L. Boothe Park—both of which contain athletic fields and playgrounds. Also bordering the community are several dog parks, picnic areas and bike paths. Alexandria’s central library, Charles E. Beatley Jr. Library, is directly across the street. A free shuttle bus transports residents to the nearby Van Dorn Metro station during morning and evening rush hours.