The community of Bealeton sits at the intersection of State Route 28 and U.S. Route 17.
Bealeton was originally a stop on the former Orange and Alexandria Railroad, and the old railroad station building can be seen in the Bealeton Station development in front of the new Bealeton Library building.
Since 1970, Bealeton has been home to one of the last barnstorming air shows in America, simply called the "Flying Circus". Open every Sunday, May through October, activities include All-American barnstorming, wing walking, parachuting, aerobatic performances and open-cockpit biplane rides.
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Bristow is an unincorporated town in Prince William County, Virginia featuring mostly mostly upper-middle-class residential managed communities. Bristow is home to the Nissan Pavilion outdoor concert stage. The community is rapidly being absorbed into the expanding suburbs of the city of Manassas, including such developments as Bristow Station.
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Cited as one of the "10 Best Small Towns in America," the Town of Culpeper naturally blends a rich history with a prosperous future.
Throughout several locations you will find all aspects of nature surrounding you. Culpeper is Nature at it's best in the Town. Yowell Meadow Park is easily accessible from Downtown Culpeper and surrounding areas. It offers a level, paved one-mile walking trail a more adventurous nature trail, skate park, and playground.
One of the town's famous events is Gnarly Hops, an Annual Beer Fest held downtown featuring local breweries and craft beers.
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Gainesville was once a changing point for stagecoach horses on the Fauquier & Alexandria Turnpike. In 1752, Thomas Jefferson reached the area and the stop became Gainesville.
Major commercial and residential development has taken place since 2000, resulting in Gainesville having six large shopping centers. The intersection of I-66 and Lee Highway (29 Highway) has the largest shopping center with big box stores, such as Target Supercenter, Lowe's, Best Buy, DSW, Walgreens, and many other stores and restaurants. Somerset Crossing has a Bank Of America, Wells Fargo, and other shops. Close to US-15 are a Staples, Ross, Wegmans Food Markets, Michael's, and Harris Teeter. The Promenade at Virginia Gateway was developed by The Peterson Companies, including BJ's Warehouse, which opened in January 2012, and Regal Theaters which opened in late 2013.
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Haymarket is historically known as a "crossroads" due to its location at the intersection of the Old Carolina Road and North Branch of Dumfries Road, which have long been utilized as trade routes.
The Town has grown rapidly over the past several years, but continues to offer both the comfort of a small Town, and the amenities of a larger municipality. Haymarket's Town Council, appointees, and staff are committed to encouraging smart development that allows for the collaboration of progress and the preservation of heritage in order to create a community that is focused on meeting the needs of citizens, businesses, and visitors.
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Marshall is an historical village in the northern Virginia piedmont. It is a growing community with many business, cultural and recreational opportunities.
Once called Salem, the town is named for United States Supreme Court Chief Justice John Marshall who was born just up the road from the town at Oak Hill. Fauquier County is among the finest horse country in Virginia. Some of the most beautiful farms in the county are nearby. The Orange County hunt, sometimes comes in sight of the town when hunting foxes. It is not uncommon to see horse trailers and vans parked on Main Street. Hounds and horses abound in this area.
However it is also a great place for writers, actors politicians and other well known people to live quietly and anonymously. There are several churches and the Marshall Community Center for fellowship both spiritual and temporal. The Fauquier Heritage Society has its home here.
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Middleburg was established in 1787 by American Revolutionary War Lieutenant Colonel and Virginia statesman John Leven Powell, who purchased the property from Joseph Chinn, a cousin of George Washington. Powell changed the name from “Chinn’s Crossroads” to Middleburg because the town was the halfway point between Alexandria and Winchester along the popular Ashby Gap trading route, along what is today Rte. 50.
Whether you’re looking for a historic tour, a scenic vineyard, a taste of the equestrian life or just a place to relax and have a good time, Middleburg has what you’re looking for.
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Founded in 1810, Warrenton is a great place to live, work, visit and discover history. The Town is the star of the Piedmont with the Blue Ridge Mountains as its backdrop and shopping, vineyards and horse country on its stage.
The Town of Warrenton is located in the north central Piedmont region of Virginia, approximately 45 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. The Town encompasses 4.5 square miles and is the county seat for Fauquier County.
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