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Reedville is a small coastal town of beautifully restored turn-of-the-century Victorian homes and great seafood restaurants. Local activity options abound. Charter a fishing or tour boat from any of several local marinas. Take the daily ferry from Reedville to Tangier or Smith Island, two picture perfect villages on islands in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay. Or bring your own boat -- there is a public boat ramp right down the road -- to get out on the water and explore the area.
Reedville is an easy drive from many major cities in the eastern United Sates and convenient to Washington, DC area airports (DCA, IAD, BWI) as well as Richmond (RIC) and Norfolk (ORF) airports:
The Northern Neck of Virginia is primarily a farming and fishing area surrounded by the Chesapeake Bay to the East, the Potomac River to the North, and the Rappahannock River to the South. There are no crowds or traffic -- even in summer.
In fact, there are only two traffic lights in all of Northumberland County! But there is still plenty to do and see. Explore the local Saturday morning farmers' markets or the Reedville Fisherman's Museum. Shop for art or antiques in several nearby towns and villages. Bird watch at any of several fantastic Northern Neck nature preserves.
Golf at one of the five local courses (including King Carter Golf Club -- Golf Digest's 2006 Best New Affordable Course in the U.S.). Tour several wineries on the Chesapeake Bay Wine Trail. Explore the region's many historic attractions including the childhood homes of George Washington and Robert E. Lee, and historic Christ Church in Ington.