Extending along much of Virginia’s Chesapeake Bay tributaries along I95, from the historic town of Bowling Green and Ruther Glen on southern side and Locust Grove on the Western End, to the suburbs of Washington, D.C. to the north, Fredericksburg, Virginia has a wide array of waterfront areas. If you are into nature, Fredericksburg, VA offers Shenandoah National Park, Alum Springs Park, Hurkamp Park, and Motts Run Reservoir. Bordering with major tributaries and large lakes like the Rappahannock River, Potomac River, Ni River Reservoir, Lake of the Woods, Lake Caroline, Lake Land’ Or, Fawn Lake and Lake Anna, vacationers can play at the popular destinations of their choice. The eastern area, near the Chesapeake Bay features many beach areas including Potomac Beach, Fairview Beach, Colonial Beach, Aquia Harbour, Portobago Bay and Reedville for rivers and bays. Lake Anna State Park, Fawn Lake, Lake of the Woods, Lake Caroline and Lake Land Or for sandy lake beaches. The Fredericksburg area offers beaches and countless tourist areas like Historic Downtown Fredericksburg, Kings Dominion, Virginia State Fair and Fredericksburg/Spotsylvania National Battlefield Parks. One of the oldest, largest states along the Atlantic Coast, Fredericksburg Homes for Sale has what you are looking for when it comes to Lake homes, River homes and Waterfront homes for year round living, or the special family retreat. The weather is perfect. It’s not too hot or too cold. Home is where the heart is in Fredericksburg, Virginia. 

By: Tom Smith
Associate Broker, Century 21 Adventure Redwood