June is The Great Outdoors Month!
Summer is upon us and it's time to get outdoors! Put down those electronic devices, turn off the video games, set that DVR to watch your shows/movies at night and get outside and enjoy the great outdoors! Explore all the different outdoor activities you can do in the Fredericksburg region.
For the outdoor adventurer...The Fredericksburg region offers many parks (local and state) to explore. Many with pathways for walking and bike riding. Click here for a list of various outdoor adventures.
For the water lover...From the Rappahannock and Potomac Rivers to Lake Anna, many places in the Fredericksburg region offer you the chance to go canoeing, kayaking, tubing, fishing, rafting, water skiing and boating! Click here for a list of various watersport activities.
For the golfers...The Fredericksburg region offers up several challenging golf courses. From Augustine to The Gauntlet, Lee's Hill to Meadows Farms, golfers can grab a few friends and have a great day on the fairways. For the little ones or the 18-hole golf challenged...the area has a couple of mini-golf courses to try. Click here for a list of golf courses and mini-golf.
For the history lover...The Fredericksburg region is FILLED with history. Retrace four civil war battlefields, visit George Washington's Boyhood Home at Ferry Farm, visit the Spotsylvania Court House Historic District or pay your respects at Fredericksburg National Cemetery. Fredericksburg is richly filled with American History. Click here for a list of the historic sites you can explore in Fredericksburg.
For the camper...The Fredericksburg region offers many campgrounds to kick back and become one with the outdoors. Click here for a list of campgrounds in the area.
For the wine lover...the Fredericksburg region and the state of Virginia have numerous wineries for you to enjoy. Kick back and relax with a sip of wine while overlooking a gorgeous winery. Click here for a list of the local wineries.
Looking for activities outside the Fredericksburg region, but still in Virginia? Click here for a list of all the outdoor activities the state of Virginia has to offer.
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