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Bluebells at Riverbend Park Virginia Apr 11 2016

Spring Bucket List: 30 Fun Outings in Virginia DC and Maryland

Our spring bucket list will inspire a whole season of fun outings for every age and ability in Virginia, Washington DC, and Maryland. Whether you are active or relaxed, adults only or family focused, we’ve got ideas for you. Just click the links for details on each destination, and check them off as you go. Spring Bucket List: Gardens and […]

Virginia LOVEworks

Celebrate Romance and Family Fun at Virginia LOVEworks

Capture memories at 48 Virginia LOVEworks sprinkled throughout the state, perfect for a happy photo, whether you’re celebrating a romantic moment, group outing, or family fun. LOVEworks are a fun travel destination to include in a Virginia road trip or weekend getaway, offering the perfect photo op as you explore a new area. Where to Find Virginia LOVEworks […]

Dirt Farm Brewing patio

Explore Local Breweries on Virginia’s LoCo Ale Trail

Virginia’s LoCo Ale Trail offers a range of fun spaces to drink local craft brews while you explore the small towns and country roads of Northern Virginia’s Loudoun County. With 21 breweries on the trail, and new ones popping up regularly, you’ll have enough destinations to warrant repeat visits to the region all year long. Loudoun County is a short drive […]

Fountain Lake Anne Plaza Reston

Reston Town Center Alternatives: Shop Dine and Play with Free Parking

Reston Town Center alternatives include neighborhoods, mixed-use communities, and small towns that welcome visitors with fun places to shop, dine, and play and plenty of easy, free parking. We need alternatives now that Boston Properties, the owner of Reston Town Center, has enacted inconvenient and expensive paid parking at RTC.   We’ll still visit RTC when parking is free during weekends and special […]

UVA Rotunda Charlottesville VA

Charlottesville Getaway to Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Home

Plan a Charlottesville getaway to Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia home that is steeped in history, foodie focused, nature inspired, beer and wine infused, or better yet, all of the above. Charlottesville and Albemarle County Virginia offer a wide array of active and laid back pursuits, perfect for a vacation getaway or a brief escape from Washington DC. We’ve rounded up […]

Blue Ridge Parkway Southern Shenandoah Valley Virginia

Southern Shenandoah Valley Virginia Road Trip: Staunton to Lexington

Southern Shenandoah Valley Virginia is perfect for a leisurely road trip on country roads that offer beautiful scenery and unique town and country finds. Experience small town charm, tasty food and drink, impressive nature, and relaxing places to stay.   Just a few hours from Washington DC, but a world away when you leave the highway and explore roads less traveled, we […]

Scenic road Shenandoah Valley north

Northern Shenandoah Valley Road Trip: Winchester to Harrisonburg Virginia

A Northern Shenandoah Valley road trip offers incredible scenery, delicious local food and drink, rich history, unique places to stay, and a chance to unwind, not far from Washington DC. Allow three to five days to explore the scenic area from Winchester to Harrisonburg, Virginia, avoiding the busy highway and enjoying beautiful country roads.   Explore and Escape […]

8 wonderful overnight getaways near Northern Virgnia

8 More Wonderful Overnight Getaways Near Northern Virginia

These eight wonderful overnight getaways near Northern Virginia are perfect for a brief escape to recharge and relax, and all offer lots of fun things to do, eat, drink, and enjoy nearby. Whether you’re looking for romance, history, family fun, or just a little quiet time, you’ll find an option on our list, and all destinations are within a 3 hour […]

Historic downtown Leesburg getaway Northern Virginia

Leesburg Getaway in Northern Virginia Wine Country

A Leesburg getaway in Northern Virginia wine country offers a wide range of dining and shopping experiences in a walkable downtown surrounded by pastoral scenery and historic sites. The town of Leesburg was founded in 1758, and the beautifully preserved downtown is a fun destination for enjoying local food, wine, and beer in casual to refined restaurants. Leesburg is also a perfect base for exploring Loudoun […]