Three hideaways where you can unplug and recharge.
What to see and do in Leonardtown, St. Mary's City and St. Clement's Island.
Savor the scenery (and some stellar cooking) at these bucolic restaurants and inns.
Locavores will find fine wine, craft beer and tasty spirits under the micro-appellation "Nelson 151" near Charlottesville.
The City of Brotherly Love is on fire with destination-worthy restaurants and bars.
Celebrate the season the old-fashioned way in this historic Virginia town.
Maritime history and legends abound during the colonial town's annual Downrigging Weekend, Oct. 29-Nov 1.
With its Victorian mansions, antique shops and five-and-dime, the historic town is both a beach destination and a nostalgia trip.
Travel back in time with a vintage locomotive ride, pioneer cabins, recreated mining towns and more.
There's an art to catching trout at Rose River Farm in Madison County. I took a lesson.
Winter blues got you down? Book a spa weekend getaway in Maryland or Virginia.
Once the ignominious capital of the U.S. Confederacy, Richmond is now known for something entirely different: a progressive and thriving arts scene.
Set a course for adventure on a Chesapeake Bay boat-and-breakfast tour.
In friendly Shepherdstown, W.Va., you’ll feel right at home.
A journey along Virginia’s Crooked Road finds folksy mountain towns where old-time music is alive and well, and the grass is always blue.
Want a true taste of the Big Apple? Take a food tour, sample a little of everything and then walk it off.
When the landscape turns white, these nearby ski resorts have the edge.
Now in its 70th year, the Waterford Homes Tour & Crafts Exhibit stands out in a long list of terrific fall festivals.
Chincoteague Island offers small-town charm, miles of pristine coastline and something other beaches do not: wild ponies.
Naturalists, artists and food lovers converge in Sperryville, a quaint town that was once home to a bountiful apple trade.
Once military strongholds and thoroughfares of commerce, these scenic landmarks now draw history buffs and outdoor enthusiasts.
If untouched wilderness and extreme conditions are your idea of heaven, the Canaan Valley is calling.
UVA and Monticello aren’t the only attractions in Charlottesville. It’s also a locavore’s paradise.
Where do baseball legends come from? Visit a minor league ballpark this summer and you may see one in the making.
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