Fauquier County is part of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. It is adjacent to Loudoun County, Clarke County, Prince William County, Culpeper County and Warren County. Fauquier County contains more than seven hundred sites, places, and areas of historic significance. Route 66 runs through the northern part of Fauquier County.
Quality of Life:
Fauquier County offers peacefulness away from the hustle and bustle of life’s hectic pace. It is located in the heart of Virginia’s wine and hunt country. Fauquier offers over 21 parks and recreational facilities, various golf clubs, equestrian clubs and training centers and The Flying Circus. The Flying Circus is every Sunday, May through October where pilots and parachute jumps perform daring stunts off airplanes.
Fauquier County has agricultural aspects like, pick-your-own berries/veggies, farm tours, Farmer’s Markets and corn mazes. Along with the enjoyable outdoor activities, Fauquier is home to many historical battlefield sites, museums, trails and tours and family research centers.
I-81 is easily assessable taking you to I-81 north or south. U.S. Route 15 will take you north and south to New York or South Carolina. U.S. Route 17 and 29 are also very accessible from Fauquier County, VA.
Culpeper County Airport: < 22 miles
Washington Dulles International Airport: < 40 miles
Flying T Farm Airport: < 44 miles