Prince William County

Discovered in 1608 by Captain John Smith and the second-largest county in the Commonwealth of Virginia is the quiet and fast-growing suburb of Prince William County.

Welcome to Prince William County

A quiet yet fast-growing suburb in northern Virginia

Discovered in 1608 by Captain John Smith and the second-largest county in the Commonwealth of Virginia is the quiet and fast-growing suburb of Prince William County. Officially established in 1730, this area is ripe with history and battlefields dating back to the Civil War era. You'll quickly find the perfect place to call home with a vast collection of charming and historic small towns offering natural areas, walkable shopping and dining options, event venues, and more.

This growing area offers residents the opportunity to situate themselves in several quaint towns such as Manassas, Dumfries, Occoquan, Quantico, Gainesville, and Bristow, to name a few. Enjoy walkable cities with cobblestone streets, historical buildings, gourmet restaurants, museums, and more. Tree-lined streets fill residential areas alongside charming homes that range from historical to modern new construction builds. Other regions offer gated communities with luxury homes and exceptional amenities. Located along the Potomac River, you'll find distinctive communities that offer luxury homes, spectacular views, and the signature Jack Nicklaus golf course. Whatever your desires, Prince William County is sure to have something you'll love.

What to Love

Local Lifestyle

Residents of Prince William County come to explore the area's vast history and stay because they fall in love with the quaint, historic, and charming towns. With a slew of historical sites, museums, music venues, restaurants, libraries, shopping opportunities, exceptional schools, parks, and natural areas, you will soon realize why this is the perfect place for your family to call home.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Prince William County has everything from Virginia's largest outlet mall to an assortment of high-end retail shopping and eclectic boutiques. 
Potomac Mills is the area's largest outlet mall and offers several high-end options like Coach, Kate Spade New York, and True Religion. You can also enjoy quaint boutique shops filling the main streets of the towns, ranging from antique shops and jewelry stores to specialty boutiques featuring women's clothing and pet items. 

Much like the shopping options, there are many exceptional restaurants in the area. Whether you're looking for a quick bite to eat in an unsuspecting location or prefer fine dining on the waterfront, there's something here for you. Enjoy options such as Bistro L'Hermitage, Ghosted Concepts, The Secret Garden, and Winery at La Grange.

Things to Do

Prince William County offers you and your family an impressive amount of things to enjoy. Whether you want to immerse yourself in the area's history, take in a concert, or see a local stage performance, you'll find it here.
Take in local history at Manassas National Battlefield Park, the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Americans in Wartime Museum, Prince William National Forest, and Weems-Botts Museum, to name a few. There are several more sites that you'll love exploring in addition to these.
Jiffy Lube Live in Bristow is the perfect place to take in a concert, with an outdoor amphitheater and some of the hottest names in music history. On the other hand, the Hylton Performing Arts Center is a great place to take in a local or regional production that features comedy, dance, music, theater, and more.

The Prince William County Fair is a coveted family tradition and the largest County Fair in the state of Virginia that features a rodeo, exhibits, contests, carnival rides and games, live music and midway shows, and much more. Enjoy this week-long event with the family and experience Prince William County the way locals do.


Residents attend the exceptional Prince William County Public Schools. Some options are:
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