Getting to Stafford

Find your way here and around Stafford County.

Getting here is easy.


Loving it here is even easier.

Stafford County is about 40-ish miles south of Washington, D.C. and 50-ish miles north of Richmond, Virginia…depending on who you ask. 😉

By Rail:

There are two Amtrak stations nearby:

The Virginia Railway Express (VRE) also provides weekday commuter service from Stafford’s two stations (Brooke and Leeland)

By Air:

There are three major airports in close proximity:

By Car:

From the north, west, and south:
Take I-95 to exits at mile markers 148, 143, 140, 136, and 133.

From the east:

Unless you’re a very short distance to the east of us (on our side of the Potomac) you’ll need to choose your best/shortest/fastest Potomac River crossing to get to I-95. Then follow the appropriate “From the north/west/south” directions above


Ways to get around beyond cars and bikes.


Stafford County Public Transportation:

Local bus information is available through the Fredericksburg Regional Transit.