A Weekend of Training For You

Register now to join us March 16-17 and sharpen your orienteering skills with our experienced trainers and enjoy a weekend of fun events. Everyone is welcome, from complete newbies to grizzled veterans.

Then apply all you've learned at our regular club event on Sunday March 17 - also at Prince William Forest's Happyland/Camp 5.

See our Training Weekend webpage for full details.

$33pp Late/WalkUp Registration

No Event Director wants to turn away someone who didn't register for an event, and now, spurred by insurance requirements and our hard-working volunteers, we have a $33 per person walk-up registration form. This form can be used only if there are extra maps and the Event Director is assured the walk-up will be back by 3pm.

We heartily encourage you to avoid using this form! How? Just register and pay online before the event. It's that simple!

Congratulations Captains, Patriots and Panthers for NNOC 2023!


At the 2023 Navy National Orienteering Championship (NNOC), held 18-19 March at Hard Labor Creek State Park in Rutledge, Georgia, all three QOC partner units competing had great results in a tough field of 33 teams.

The Captains of Loudoun County H.S. finished 2nd overall in the team competition.

The Patriots of Governor Thomas Johnson H.S. placed 4th.

And the Panthers of Patuxent H.S. came in 10th.

All three units finished in the top 10 in the nation! Great job all around!

Order Your Jerseys Now!

QOC jersey orders are being taken now for delivery before our 2023-2023 starts. You have a choice in terms of both design (classic or a new take on it) and style (unisex or women's) as well as breathability (with or without mesh side panels); all short sleeve jerseys are $45/ea delivered to your door, and long sleeves are $50.

Full details are on the QOC Clothing webpage. Note that orders must be placed by May 22, 2023 to be in this batch order.

Royal Romp at Prince William Forest

Dates: March 11-12, 2023

Mark your calendars! We’ve got a great club event coming up in the second half of the 2022-2023 season – two days of classic orienteering at two great Prince William Forest Park venues: recently mapped Oak Ridge in the far northwest of the park, and the newly re-mapped Pine Grove in the southeast.

We look forward to seeing both QOC orienteers and guests from other clubs competing on our most challenging and enjoyable terrain! Head to for all details ...