Dumfries is located 28 miles south of Washington, D.C. It was the first of seven townships in Prince William County and the oldest continuously chartered town in Virginia. Dumfries is an unassuming community with a notable history. At one point Dumfries was the second leading port in colonial America on par with New York and Boston.
Quality of Life:
Traditional ramblers, townhomes and colonials are just a part of Dumfries rural backdrop. The community’s location close to I-95 and Quantico make the daily commute easy.
Dumfries is an active community that embodies the small town ethos. It’s the kind of place where you can let down your hair and enjoy the finer things in life without a fuss. Life in Dumfries revolves around seasonal pursuit commensurate with the weather. There is an annual spring festival, which is open to the public. JoJo’s Original Soft Serve dishes up cool treats to Dumfries residents during the hot summer months. There’s a line even when it rains. Or, unwind at Tim’s Riverside Bar and let your mind go with the flow of the Potomac.
Dumfries is easily accessible by I-95 and Route 1.
Ronald Reagan National Airport: < 35 miles.
Washington Dulles International Airport: < 30 miles.
Baltimore Washington International Airport: < 60 miles.