Living in Centreville, VA

Twenty miles west of Washington DC, Centreville resides in Fairfax County, Virginia. It was established in 1792, when local landowners petitioned for there to be a town centrally located to other Northern Virginia cities such as Alexandria, Dumfries, Middleburg, Georgetown, Warrenton, and Leesburg. It later developed from a small town into a modernized city with a mixture of retail and residential spaces, as an influx of companies and corporations entered the area in the 1990s and 2000s. Three major roads serve Centreville: US Route 29, Virginia Route 28, and SR 620 (Braddock Road). Interstate 66 also interchanges with these routes.

Need to find things to do in Centreville? There’s Cox Farms, which has a Fall Festival, filled with family-friendly entertainment, attractions, and opportunities to learn more about agriculture and animals. There is also Bull Run Regional Park, 1,568 acres of multi-use space with waterslides at Atlantic Waterpark, picnic areas that can be booked in advance, scenic and historic hiking trails – including the trailhead for the 19.7 mile Bull Run Occoquan Trail, and various community events throughout the year. You and your family will not run short of activities to do in the area.

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