Explore Westmoreland on foot. There are well-mapped and well-marked hiking and walking trails all over the County.
George Washington Birthplace National Monument
Follow trails through a colonial farm area, woodlands and marshes on Popes Creek off the Potomac River. Easy.
Kinsale Walking Tour
Take an engaging, self-guided tour of this National Register of Historic Places harbor town with its pretty Victorian homes. Easy.
Just under three miles of trails wind through the woods to the spectacular Cliffs of Stratford overlooking the Potomac River. Seven trails total. Easy to difficult.
Voorhees Nature Preserve
There are four miles of wooded trails for self-guided walks overlooking the Rappahannock River. Observers have documented 93 species of birds, including the bald eagle. Moderate.
Westmoreland State Park
Seven trails cover six miles over the 1,299 acre park. The park's beach trail affords a spectacular view across the Potomac River. Easy to moderate.