|Half Marathon||Saturday, June 2, 2018||7:00am|
|Half Marathon Relay | 2 ppl||Saturday, June 2, 2018||7:00am|
Why We Love It
Just an hour outside of Washington DC, Leesburg offers a relaxing and beautiful getaway in the middle of Virginia Wine country. Mostly known for the Battle of Ball's Bluff during the American Civil War, the town has grown significantly and now offers many local vineyards and plenty of outdoor adventure at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Free (or Almost Free) Stuff To Do
|Red Rock Wilderness Overlook Regional Park|
A group of family-friendly walking paths leading to a scenic overlook of the Potomac River. Activities: hike, walk/run.
Once the home of a Virginia governor, the mansion is now home to gardens, trails, museums and organized events. Activities: hike.
|Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets|
An outdoor shopping complex to indulge in some retail therapy.
|Ball’s Bluff Battlefield Park|
A battle location during the American Civil War, it is home to tours and hiking trails.
|Appalachian National Scenic Trail|
A 2,185-mile (3,515 km) public footpath in the Appalachian Mountains that cuts through cuturally significant lands and towns. It is one of the longest continuous paths, touching 14 States and stretching from Georgia to Maine, and takes approximately 6 months to cross end-to-end.
|High - 81°F (27°C)||Low - 60°F (16°C)|
Washington-Dulles International Airport (IAD)