A Place to Call Home

Northern Virginia and the broader Washington, D.C., metro area provide recreational opportunities for a wide range of interests and lifestyles. From sports teams in all major leagues to historic landmarks, national and state parks, rivers, ample retail options, and cultural offerings, the region boasts a quality of life that attracts residents and visitors.

Historic sites include Arlington National Cemetery and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

The National Park Service operates Great Falls Park, the site of America’s first canal system, and 15,000-acre Prince William Forest Park provides 37 miles of year-round hiking trails, 21 miles of bike-accessible roads, and welcomes campers and picnickers.

An award-winning restaurant and craft cocktail scene in bustling urban settings, as well as renowned wineries and sprawling horse farms in its rural areas, round out Northern Virginia’s varied recreational and cultural opportunities.