Clarke County, VA is located northwest of Middleburg, VA. Like its neighboring counties, Clarke County, VA is a rural environment. Clarke County, VA also features of number of historic homes and estates. Residents of Clarke County have access to a number of recreational outlets – one can take a hike on Appalachian Trail or enjoy a lazy on the Shenandoah River. Clarke County is also home to several golf courses and is a top cycling destination.
Quality of Life:
Clarke County, VA offers the rural beauty, history, and charm of Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah Valley. One can go cycling on Clarke County’s scenic roads, canoe and fish on the Shenandoah River, go horseback riding, take a balloon ride, play golf, or hike the Appalachian Trail. The hustle and bustle of the built-up areas to the east melts away as you cross in to the Blue Ridge Mountains and Shenandoah Valley. Clarke County, VA offers a truly unique experience.
Clarke County not only offers remarkable outdoor adventures, but also countless historic attractions. Historic farms, mills, estates, chapels, museums and monasteries are all at your fingertips in Clarke County, VA.
Clarke County provides a wide variety of restaurants that are sure to please everyone. From country cooking to fine dining and ethnic cuisine to fast food, Clarke County is sure to meet your needs. Three wineries offer excellent choices of wine varieties, but also very scenic venues where you can sample these excellent wines.
Clarke County offers the Shenandoah Valley Commuter Bus Service, which allows commuters from the Northern Shenandoah Valley region commute to Northern Virginia and the Washington, D.C. area. Easily accessible, west to east U.S Route 50 will take you directly into Washington, D.C as well as State Route 7 taking you in to downtown Alexandria.
Eastern West Virginia Regional Airport < 30 miles
Washington Dulles International Airport < 55 miles