Loudoun County is DC’s Wine Country, and Stone Manor Country Retreat has close, convenient access to many of the area’s best wineries. Take an hour, or an entire weekend, and embark on a wine tour, enjoy beautiful vineyards and savor delicious, local wines.
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park
A visit to this quaint, historic community, at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah Rivers, is like stepping into the past. Stroll the picturesque streets, visit exhibits and museums, or hike our trails and battlefields. There’s a wide variety of experiences for visitors of all ages, so come and discover Harpers Ferry.
Charles Town Races & Slots
Visit this incredibly varied, friendly, total entertainment experience offering over 5,000 slots, live thoroughbred racing year round, delicious dining options, live entertainment, and plenty of shopping – all just 10 minutes from Harper’s Ferry. Sorry, Las Vegas. Nothing close, even comes close!
Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets
Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets is more than just a great collection of the finest designer labels and name brands, it is the area’s only upscale outlet center with 110 outlet stores! Include a shopping stop during your next trip to Stone Manor Country Retreat.
Brunswick Railroad Museum
Located in the heart of historic Brunswick, Maryland, the Brunswick Railroad Museum preserves this community’s railroad heritage through dynamic presentations for railroad fans and history lovers of all ages. The first floor houses the C&O Canal Visitors Center, the second floor contains social exhibits which tell the history of Brunswick, and the third floor offers a number of railroad exhibits including a huge HO Scale model railroad layout.
Originally a lifeline for communities and businesses along the Potomac River, the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal is now a National Historic Park with 184.5 miles of adventure. A popular getaway for Washington residents, the canal’s towpath remains a favorite of hikers, joggers and cyclists.
W&OD Bike Trail
The W&OD Trail is part of Washington & Old Dominion Regional Park and is one of the longest, but skinniest, parks in American, offering 45 miles of paved trail for walking, running, cycling and skating and 32 miles of adjacent gravel trail for horseback riding. The trail was constructed on the old roadbed of the Washington & Old Dominion Railroad, and runs from Alexandria, VA to Purcellville, VA.
Whitewater Rafting and Zip Lining
Experience whitewater rafting and zip lining near Harpers Ferry on the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers.
The Appalachian Trail is a hiking trail, enjoyed by an estimated 4 million people each year. It is within a day’s drive of 2/3rds of the U.S. population. People of all ages and abilities enjoy short walks, day hikes, and long-distance backpacking journeys. It offers a variety of opportunities for viewing spectacular scenery, for exploring, for adventure, for exercise, for nature study, and for renewal.
Oatlands Historic House and Gardens offers a stately mansion, beautiful rolling farmland and exquisite gardens, and is a repository of more than 200 years of American history and culture. A National Trust Historic Site and a National Historic Landmark, Oatlands offers year-round activities, programs and events.
A National Register Historic Property, Morven Park was for 40 years the home of Virginia Gov. Westmoreland Davis. More than 100,000 people visit Morven Park each year, enjoying entertaining and educational programming at its three museums and multifaceted equestrian center, and experiencing its beautiful scenery, historic gardens, sports fields, and hiking trails, all within its 1,200-plus acres.