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Prince William County

Explore Peaceful Prince William County

Surrounded by picturesque natural scenery, Prince William County in Northern Virginia offers an idyllic way of life to the more than 402,000 people who call its communities home. With a wide variety of peaceful suburbs, beautiful towns, and dynamic neighborhoods, Prince William County sits on the Potomac River and is part of the Washington-Arlington-Alexandria Metropolitan Area. Less than 40 miles from Washington, D.C., this area is bursting with big opportunities and fun things to do.

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At a Glance

Getting Around

Washington, DC: 1 hr Arlington: 35 min Public Transit:Potomac and Rappahannock Transportation Commute Options: Metro, VA Rail Express, Commuter Lots, Commuter Buses Airport:Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport, Dulles International AirportMajor Highways: I-66, I-95, U.S. Route 1


Zip Code: 22193, 22191, 22192, 20110, 20109, 20111, 20155, 20136, 20112, 20169, 22026, 22025, 22172, 20181, 22134, 20137, 20143, 22125, 22194, 22195, 20156, 20168, 20182 Number of Nature Trails: 81

Spotlights of Prince William County

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Parks & Rec

Outdoor lovers and golf enthusiasts will be delighted to live in a community with so many opportunities for fun! Take your pick of the many different golf courses, country clubs, natural areas, and expansive parks. Some of our favorites include the Prince William Forest Park and the Manassas National Battlefield Park.

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Local Attractions

From excellent local golf courses to entertainment venues and sports stadiums, Prince William County is full of fun things to do and historic attractions. Local favorites include the National Museum of the Marine Corps, the Hylton Performing Arts Center, the Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge, and the Manassas Museum.

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Shopping & Dining

Take your pick of locally owned boutiques and major retailers throughout the communities of Prince William County. Whatever you're searching for, you'll discover a number of different options for grocery shopping, retail, and more. Plus, this community is home to a wide variety of different restaurants and cafes.

Prince William County Attractions

What You'll LOVE in Prince William County

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Families moving to Prince William County with children will be pleased to know that the area is served by the Prince William County Public School District. Serving over 89,000 public school students, this district is well known for its high graduation rates, number of advanced specialty programs, and overall academic excellence.



Unemployment in Prince William County is generally low at about 3.2%. Top employers in the area include Prince William County Public Schools, the United States Department of Defense, Prince William County, and Sentara Healthcare. 

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Community Events

Enjoy living in an inclusive community atmosphere where it's easy to get to know your neighbors and make friends. From cultural festivals to annual holiday celebrations and more, there's always something fun going on in Prince William County.

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