Stafford County is located north of Fredericksburg, VA, south of Dumfries VA and is part of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area. Many Stafford County residents commute to work in Washington DC on I-95, Route 1 and the VRE.
Quality of Life:
Stafford County has almost 350 years of great stories, history and natural beauty to discover. Doings such as historic architecture and archeology, fishing, impressionist art, golfing, boating and live theater are all at your fingertips in Stafford. Main attractions of Stafford include Ferry Farm, Chatham, White Oak Civil War Museum, Government Island and Riverside Dinner Theater, Aquia Landing Park on the Potomac River, and Falmouth Beach Park on the Rappahannock River.
The Fredericksburg Regional Transit (FRED) lets residents from Stafford County access the Fredericksburg region while the VRE gives them access to Northern Virginia and Washington, D.C. Easy to access are I-95, Route 610, US 1 and US 17. Express Lanes begin and end in Stafford at Garrisonville (Rte 610)
Stafford Regional Airport < 5 miles
Flying T Farm Airport: < 6 miles
Culpeper County Airport: < 41 miles
Washington Dulles International Airport: < 57 miles