Get to Know Rappahannock County
Historically agricultural and with a strong commitment to land conservation, Rappahannock County in Virginia's Piedmont Region has remained pristine and is described by many as "a scenic masterpiece made perfect by nature."
Rappahannock County has a population of approximately 7,000 people and is a rural oasis close to the busy Northern Virginia/Washington, D.C., region. While there are no traffic light intersections, fast food franchises or "big box" stores and cell service is sparse, the lifestyle enjoyed by county residents is both modern and connected. Tourism, specialized farming and entrepreneurial businesses characterize the county.
Volunteerism is strong. Nonprofit organizations protect the land, support the arts and enrich the lives of Rappahannock County's children and families.
Towns & Villages
Civil War in Rappahannock County
African American Heritage
Our Sustainable Way of Life