Occoquan is one of the most charming spots in Northern Virginia. Nestled alongside the Occoquan River in Prince William County, you might miss it if you drive too fast over the Route 123 bridge! And you would be missing something. The small town is entirely walkable with seafood restaurants, inns, and craft shops lining the riverside.
Springfield, Virginia, is a suburban community 17 miles south of Washington, DC. It’s not an incorporated city, but politically is part of Fairfax County. Springfield residents nevertheless…
Fairfax, Virginia, is a small city in Northern Virginia. Originally known as Fairfax Court House, it is home to the burgeoning Fairfax County Court House complex. Yet, it is not part of surro…
Manassas, Virginia, is forever associated with the two Civil War Battles that took place nearby in 1861 and 1862. Manassas was founded as a railway junction point in the 1850s and its strateg…