10 Best Fall Hiking Spots in Fairfax County

Fall is the perfect time to get outside people! There's something about the smell of those freshly fallen leaves (you know what I'm talking about) and the crispness of the air that just touches the soul when you get out into nature and start moving around. The American Hiking Society has deemed…

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Surprisingly Scenic Fall Attractions to Visit this Fall

It's almost the time of year when the leaves turn spectacular shades of red, orange, yellow, and purple - and visitors to Northern Virginia yearn to find the perfect fall foliage spot to take it all in. While most seek out remote vistas to be totally surrounded by autumn beauty, I'm here to suggest…

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Best Stops Along the Washington & Old Dominion Trail (W&OD)

The Washington & Old Dominion Trail (W&OD) is a 45-mile trail that stretches from Arlington County, all the way through Fairfax County, and into Loudoun County, ending in the town of Purcellville. It is often called the “skinniest park in Virginia,” since this former historic railroad bed is now…

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Where to Go Hiking in Fairfax County

Magnificent waterfalls, wildflower-speckled meadows, bustling wildlife habitats, and breathtaking scenery. One of Fairfax County's greatest assets is the over 900 miles of hiking trails that showcase the undeniable natural beauty of our region. Whether you’re looking to challenge yourself on a full…

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Things to Do this June in Fairfax County

June means that it’s officially time to kick off summer! With the new season comes so many ways to soak up the sun, enjoy local attractions, and indulge in all things uniquely Fairfax County. From fun festivals to firework shows, here's our roundup of things to do this month. NEW OPENING: Try Your…

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Budget-Friendly Spring Travel Ideas in Fairfax County

Visit any major city in the US and it could cost you $20 per person just to visit their art museum. Visit Washington, DC, however, and you can tour major art galleries, all the Smithsonian museums, and the city’s iconic monuments for free. It’s a little-known, but budget-friendly, fact. And get…

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