Whether you’re looking for breathtaking scenery, family fun, historic monuments, or relaxing beaches, when you own this land for sale in Virginia, you’ll get it all.
Virginia is the birthplace of eight U.S. presidents, more than any other state, and is home to the house of George and Martha Washington, Mount Vernon. This historic site and estate is complete with a mansion, outer buildings, gardens, and even the tomb of the first President of the United States. Visiting this living museum is a treat to history fans young and old. It’s sure to be a thrill for the whole family.
This beautiful state boasts twenty-one national parks and thirty-six state parks with thousands of campsites, trails, and waterways for adventurers to explore. Take a hike in the famous Blue Ridge Mountains and immerse yourself in the beauty of this rugged terrain. Or, drive along the Blue Ridge Parkway and enjoy the views from the comfort of your car. You will pass plenty of scenic overlooks to stop and take pictures at, as well as numerous trail heads to park at, if the urge to go hiking comes on. For a camping experience that everyone will love, head to Shenandoah National Park, for family fun and exciting outdoors experiences.’
During the winter the mountains are where you’ll want to be spending all of your time. Wintergreen Resort has 24 slopes and trails for downhill skiing and snowboarding. To find even more skiing, you can head to Bryce Resort, the Homestead, or Massanutten, all which are in the Shenandoah Valley.
Virginia also has wonderful festivals that celebrate the past and current culture of this historic state. In the fall check out Graves Mountain Apple Harvest Festival, located in Syria, VA, for a delicious welcome of the season. Head to Richmond, the state’s capital, for the annual Richmond Folk Festival. It’s a weekend full of music, crafts, games, and kids’ events. In the spring, head to the annual Spring Town Point Wine Festival in Norfolk to get your first taste of the state’s vineyards. You could also head back to Mount Vernon for the Spring Wine Festival and Sunset Tour. It’s a real sight to see. For more art and culture experiences check out the Virginia Arts Festival, also located in Norfolk.
Two rivers, the Chesapeake Bay, and the Atlantic Ocean all touch Virginia soil. If you’re looking to go fishing, any one of these places would be perfect, but if a beach trip is what the family has in mind, head to Virginia Beach. Stroll the boardwalk and take in the local flavors by trying out one of the local seafood restaurants.
You’ll love owning land in one of the most beautiful and historical states in America and taking advantage of all it has to offer. Virginia is for lovers and when you own this Virginia land for sale, you’ll love Virginia.