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    Woodbridge is an unincorporated communiuty in Prince William County in Northern Virginia about 25 miles (40 km) south of Washington, DC. It is generally defined by Occoquan Creek to the north and Powells Creek to the south. Many of Woodbridge residents commute into Washington DC to work. Woodbridge is a mix of suburban developments and ethnic enclaves. Route 1 through Woodbridge is a crazy quilt of strip shopping centers, fast food, ethnic food (especially pupuserías), billboards, car dealerships, and auto care shops. It has its own vibrancy. Everything is in constant motion! The surroundings become more settled and suburban around Neabsco Creek. The name is derived from a "wood bridge" than once spanned Occoquan Creek.

    Woodbridge is home to the popular Potomac Mills, one of the largest outlet shopping centers in Northern Virginia, and many "big box" retail outlets. Woodbridge is also the home of the Potomac Nationals minor league baseball club and the Northern Virginia Royals soccer club.
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      • Pohick Church
        7.33 Km from Woodbridge
        Pohick Church is an Episcopal church in the community of Pohick near Lorton in Fairfax County, Virginia, United States.
      • Pope-Leighey House
        11.99 Km from Woodbridge
        The Pope-Leighey House, formerly known as the Loren Pope Residence, is a suburban home in Virginia designed by American architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The house, which belongs to the National Trust for Historic Preservation, has been relocated twice and sits on the grounds of Woodlawn Plantation, Alexandria, Virginia. Along with the Andrew B. Cooke House and the Luis Marden House, it is one of the three homes in Virginia designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
      • Mount Vernon
        15.26 Km from Woodbridge
        Mount Vernon was the plantation home of George Washington, first President of the United States. The estate is situated on the banks of the Potomac River in Fairfax County, Virginia, near Alexandria, across from Prince George's County, Maryland. The Washington family had owned land in the area since the time of Washington's great-grandfather in 1674, and in 1739 embarked on an expansion of the estate that continued under George Washington, who came into possession of the estate in 1754, but did ...
      • Springfield Interchange
        16.09 Km from Woodbridge
      • Huntley Meadows Park
        17.53 Km from Woodbridge
        Huntley Meadows Park, the largest park operated by the Fairfax County Park Authority (1,452 acres (588 ha)), is located in the Hybla Valley area of Fairfax County, Virginia, south of the city of Alexandria. The park features a visitor center, a beaver-created wetland with boardwalk, wildlife observation platforms, and an interpretative trail system. The park is home to abundant wildlife and is known for attracting many birds, amphibians, and plants that are considered less common in the region. ...
      • Hollin Hills
        19.24 Km from Woodbridge
      • Old Dominion Speedway
        20.12 Km from Woodbridge
        Old Dominion Speedway (ODS) was a 3/8 mile (0.6 km) NASCAR Whelen All-American Series and drag racing track in Prince William County, just south of Manassas, Virginia. Old Dominion Speedway closed in the Fall of 2012. Hemmed in by residential development has led to frequent noise complaints from neighbors, which convinced ownership to search for new locations along 95 between Stafford County and Richmond. Steve Britt, principal owner of the Old Dominion Speedway, is under contract to purchase la...
      • Historic Fairfax County Courthouse
        20.49 Km from Woodbridge
        The Historic Fairfax County Courthouse is one of the oldest buildings in Fairfax, Virginia. It was constructed in 1799 to serve as the seat of government in Fairfax County. During the American Civil War, the first Confederate officer casualty of the war took place on the courthouse grounds, and the building was occupied by both sides in the conflict. Today, the original courthouse building is part of the larger courthouse site that serves the local government of Fairfax County.
      • Old Fairfax County Jail
        21.46 Km from Woodbridge
        The Old Fairfax County Jail was built in 1885, behind the Fairfax County Court House. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981, expanding the previously listed Fairfax County Court House. It is located in the City of Fairfax Historic District.
      • Holmes Run Acres
        21.63 Km from Woodbridge
        Holmes Run Acres is a community of 355 houses in Fairfax County, Virginia, in the Washington, D.C. suburbs. Much of it is preserved within Holmes Run Acres Historic District, listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The community was developed by brothers Gerald and Eli Luria. They offered the public "a unique opportunity to own a contemporary style home modeled after the California Ranch style popularized on the west coast."

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      • Mount Vernon
        Mount Vernon, Virginia, is a community in eastern Fairfax County. It is most famous for being the location of the Mount Vernon estate, the home of George Washington. For the most part, Mount Vernon is now a suburban community, but with a keen sense of history. Mount Vernon is bordered on one side by the Potomac River and on the other by Richmond Highway (US Highway 1). The Fort Belvoir US Army post is immediately to the south of Mount Vernon.

        Mount Vernon is easily reached by car via the George Washington Memorial Parkway south of Alexandria, VA, or by US Highway 1 and then Mount Vernon Highway.
        Mount Vernon Mt Vernon, VA, USA
      • 3200 Mount Vernon Hwy
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        3200 Mount Vernon Hwy, Mt Vernon, VA 22121, USA
      • Springfield
        Springfield, Virginia, is a suburban community 17 miles south of Washington, DC. It’s not an incorporated city, but politically is part of Fairfax County. Springfield residents nevertheless have a strong community identity characterized by the neighborhood in which they live: Central Springfield, North Springfield, or West Springfield.

        Springfield has long been a transportation hub and gateway to the Nation’s Capital. The Franconia-Springfield Metro station in Central Springfield affords all-day parking and convenient Metro transportation for visitors to Washington. It’s also convenient to shopping at Springfield Mall and nearby specialty stores. The massive Springfield Interchange, where Interstate Highways 95 from Richmond and Baltimore, 495 from Tyson’s Corner, and 395 from Washington all converge in the “Mixing Bowl,” brings in highway travelers from near and far. You might visit Springfield if you are traveling along Interstate 95 and stop for a meal or an overnight stay.

        Springfield’s population is diverse. You’ll find "mom-and-pop" ethnic restaurants and stores in Central Springfield and good Asian cuisine and Greek-style “family restaurants” in all parts of the community.

        Founded in 1854 as a railway stop, Springfield does have a history, though one must carefully seek it out amid the suburban facade. Parks like Lake Accotink Park and Hidden Pond Nature Center preserve natural habitats and provide outdoor recreation spots for residents.
        Springfield, VA, USA
      • AEHS Annandale Urgent Care
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        AEHS Annandale Urgent Care 7432 Little River Turnpike, Annandale, VA 22003, USA
      • 11001 Lee Hwy
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        11001 Lee Hwy, Fairfax, VA 22030, USA
      • Fairfax
        Fairfax, Virginia, is a small city in Northern Virginia. Originally known as Fairfax Court House, it is home to the burgeoning Fairfax County Court House complex. Yet, it is not part of surrounding Fairfax County. (All incorporated cities in Virginia are indenpendent, they are not under any county jurisdiction.) Fairfax is also home to to George Mason University, one of the largest Virginia public universities.

        Fairfax was a small easy going town from long ago. On a cold winter day you could lay down on US Hwy 50 center stripe for minutes without any traffic. Now its a typical very busy suburb of Washington DC...still a nice place to live.
        Fairfax, VA, USA
      • Manassas
        Manassas, Virginia, is forever associated with the two Civil War Battles that took place nearby in 1861 and 1862. Manassas was founded as a railway junction point in the 1850s and its strategic location as a transporation crossroads determined the role it was to play in the Civil War.

        Manassas today would strike visitors as a typical suburban community. Shopping centers, chain restaurants, and cinemas are present along Sudley Road (Route 234). Residents work in Washington, DC, 35 miles away, and in neighboring Prince William and Fairfax Counties. Long-time residents, however, are keenly aware of the city's unique heritage. Old Town Manassas strives to preseve a small-town look and feel. Historic homes, churches, storefronts, and the Southern Railway depot are found here.

        For travelers, Manassas is the gateway to the Shenandoah Valley and to the Piedmont region of Virginia. Travelers interested in tracing Civil War history in Virginia can begin their journey at Manassas National Battlefield Park. Manassas is conveniently reached via Interstate 66 from Washington.
        Manassas, VA, USA
      • 600 Dulany Street
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        600 Dulany Street,Madison East, Concourse Level, Alexandria, VA 22314, USA
      • Alexandria
        Alexandria, Virginia, is an independent city of Virginia. (Not in any county.) The city was founded in the mid-18th century as a tobacco, cotton, and trading seaport on the Potomac River. For a period of time, the city was a part of the District of Columbia, until returned to Virginia in 1846. During the Civil war, Alexandria was occupied by Federal forces as part of the defenses of Washington, DC. Today's Alexandria is a integral part of the Northern Virginia and Washington metropolitan region. Alexandria is a convenient base for the traveler visiting Washington, DC, and has historical sites of its own to see.

        Famous residents have included George Washington and Robert E. Lee, who grew up in the city. Old Town, the city's historic core, preserves Colonial and Federal townhouses and many historic buildings and museums. There are also shops, restaurants and an active nightlife to be found along Old Town's brick streets. The Potomac river taxi also docks here and will take you to either Georgetown, DC or Mount Vernon, VA.
        Alexandria, VA, USA
      • National Harbor
        The National Harbor is a new and expansive 300 acre development off the Potomac River. It has been here since 2008. This urban waterfront community hosts hotels, residential buildings, a marina, restaurants, bars, a mechanical bull, shopping and stores including a Peeps store (you know, the marshmallow treat made into chicks and bunnies for the holidays).

        Only 10 minutes drive from downtown DC and just across the Potomac from Old Town, Virginia, the National Harbor is technically in Prince George's county of Maryland. You can get there via water taxi from Virginia, via the Beltway, you can cross the new Woodrow Wilson bridge from VA or drive there via 295 from DC.

        There is something for everyone at the National Harbor. Parking ranges from $3-$11 unless you park at the Gaylord National Hotel and Convention Center (parking is more expensive there). There are seasonal events (such as Cirque du Soleil and indoor ice sculptures), so be sure to visit the website for information.
        National Harbor, Fort Washington, MD 20745, USA

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      Graphic showing average weather in Woodbridge in Celcius and Centimeters (Change to Farenheit and Inches)

      Month Temp °C Rainfall Cm Temp °F Rainfall Inches
      Jan 1 94.6 33.8 37.2
      Feb 1.5 86.9 34.7 34.2
      Mar 6.5 90.8 43.7 35.7
      Apr 12 89.6 53.6 35.3
      May 17.6 104 63.7 40.9
      Jun 22.1 103.2 71.8 40.6
      Jul 24.6 114.7 76.3 45.2
      Aug 23.6 112.7 74.5 44.4
      Sep 20.1 84.6 68.2 33.3
      Oct 13.7 77.4 56.7 30.5
      Nov 7.3 67.1 45.1 26.4
      Dec 2.1 85.8 35.8 33.8

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