Culpeper, VA and the surrounding counties are rich in history, beauty and southern charm. Centrally located in Virginia, Culpeper is readily accessible to Richmond, Washington DC and other metropolitan areas.
Here are your go-to resources for events and happenings in Culpeper, Orange, Fauquier and Madison counties.
The purpose of Culpeper Renaissance is to enhance our community identity and heritage, to foster a center of activity and to help ensure economic growth and stability for Downtown Culpeper through concentrated efforts of design, promotion, organization and economic revitalization.
Culpeper Chamber of Commerce
The Culpeper County Chamber of Commerce is a private, non-profit, membership-driven organization comprised of over 450 business enterprises, civic organizations, educational institutions and individuals. Our mission is to be the voice of the business community working to promote, build, and support the most effective climate for economic development.
Town of Culpeper
Our Mission: Promote development and investment to create long-term sustainability through a coordinated effort which ensures that there is a balance between aesthetics, economics, public health and safety, and transportation and public services that can be maintained over the long term resulting in a community that is equal to or better than the present day.
Orange County, VA
Home to quaint, friendly towns, natural, scenic beauty, fine dining, distinctive shopping and an unparalleled selection of first-class accommodations, Orange County, Virginia has something for everyone. Visit Montpelier, the beautifully restored home of James Madison, take a moment to reflect at a historic site or museum, or enjoy an afternoon at one of Orange County’s award-winning wineries. Come, let us welcome you to Orange County!
Madison County, VA
Madison County has been a crossroads of history for over 11,000 years.
Paleo-Indians, the royal governor Alexander Spottswood and the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe, as well as Civil War Generals Stonewall Jackson and J. E. B. Stuart along with their men have all been visitors to Madison County.
Madison County, VA Government Page
Madison county contains 327 square miles of land mass, about one sixth of which falls in Shenandoah National Park. There were 13,424 residents as of July 2011, according to the University of Virginia's Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service. There are also more than a thousand part-time (recreational) residents. There are 304 miles of secondary roads and 63 miles of primary roads, according to the Virginia Department of Transportation.
The Villages of Rappahannock — Little Washington, Sperryville, and Flint Hill — are nestled in the Greater Piedmont Region of Virginia. We provide the perfect location for your getaway, day trip, or special event.
Our stunning beauty and unmatched charm are complemented by fun activities for visitors of all ages and interests. There is something here for everyone!