Places of Interest

Places of Interest

A full list of Loudoun County attractions and accommodations and events can be found at the Loudoun Convention and Visitors Association website.
Great Country FarmsGreat Country Farms

Great Country Farms is a 200 acre working farm situated at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains outside the village of Bluemont, VA. Great Country Farms offers produce as well as the farm experience to its customers. The farm itself is the main attraction with sprawling fields farm animal barnyard, open skies and plenty of old-fashioned hospitality.
Blue Ridge Center for Environmental StewardshipBlue Ridge Center

The Blue Ridge Center for Environmental Stewardship is a place where farming, nature, and history converge to show the connections between people and the natural world. 894 acres are home to deep woods and streams, a working farm, wildflower meadows, historic farmsteads, apiaries, wildlife and farm animals. Visitors can hike trails, pick flowers, buy fresh produce and attend workshop. Open daily dawn to dusk. Free
Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional ParkW & OD Trail

The 100-foot wide Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Regional Park (W&OD) is one of the skinniest parks in the commonwealth of Virginia, but also one of the longest — 45 miles in length. The W&OD takes its name from the railroad whose trains ran along the right-of-way from 1859 until 1968. The first (or last) stop on the trail is located in Downtown Purcellville.
Towns and Villages of Loudoun CountyTowns and Villages of Loudoun County

Towns and Villages of Loudoun County Historic. Charming. Unique. Loudoun County’s seven incorporated towns and numerous villages each have their own character. No visit to Loudoun County is complete without a visit to one or more of our signature towns and villages. Franklin Park Arts Center is a short drive from Lovettsville, Middleburg, Bluemont, Waterford, and Leesburg and just minutes from Round Hill and Purcellville.