Westmoreland County

Montross, VA

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Westmoreland’s natural beauty attracts thousands of visitors each year. Come explore our fields, forests and shorelines–and enjoy our agricultural bounty.

Ingleside Vineyards & Winery
Taste award-winning wines, take part in a busy calendar of special events like barrel tastings and “Jazz in the Courtyard,” and tour the grounds of one of the oldest and largest wineries in Virginia.

Northern Neck Bike Trail
Westmoreland County's low traffic counts, gently rolling topography, perfectly situated small towns and beautiful scenery are ideal for cycling. The Bicycle Heritage Tour of the Northern Neck includes the 35- to 50-mile Popes Creek trail, which stops at major attractions.

Northern Neck Wine Trail
The Bordeaux-like climate afforded by the waters that surround the Northern Neck produces great wine, great views and great memories as you taste your way through six vineyards and wineries. Start at Ingleside Winery, right here in Westmoreland County.

Northern Neck Birding Trail
View songbirds, wading birds, waterfowl, bald eagles and butterflies in a multitude of habitats—salt and freshwater marshes, croplands and open fields—along the 21 Northern Neck sites on the Virginia Birding and Wildlife Trails Coastal Area Tour.

Westmoreland Berry Farm 
Pick your own fruits and berries, shop for fresh produce and home-style foodstuffs, spoon up an ice cream sundae and pet the animals at this scenic farm overlooking the Rappahannock River.

Westmoreland State Park
Located on ancient cliffs that command extraordinary views of the Potomac River, the 1,299-acre park offers hiking, fishing, boating, kayaking and swimming facilities—and the opportunity to find fossil shark teeth and watch bald eagles. There are cabins and campsites for overnight stays.

Voorhees Nature Preserve
This Nature Conservancy preserve on the Rappahannock River, adjacent to Westmoreland Berry Farm, has four miles of woodland trails for self-guided walks. Observation points along the way overlook the river, marshes and bald eagle habitat.

 
 
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