Best vacation home deals in Fairfax County
Find a dreamlike vacation home for as little as $40 per night by searching and comparing the 322 properties being offered in Fairfax County. HomeToGo directly presents you with the best offers by comparing all of the listed properties in Fairfax County from 14 different providers.
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The weather in Fairfax County
Check out our climate diagram to find the perfect month for your vacation. In July maximum temperatures go higher than 87°. January is the coolest month, with average minimal temperature reaching 26°. May is the wettest month.
Explore Virginia from your Fairfax County vacation home
Fairfax County's historic sites, museums, rugged scenery, and wine country make it an exciting vacation destination. Choose a large family-style home in the suburbs or a modern downtown condo as your jumping off point for exploring the city.
Known as "the Gateway to Virginia Wine Country," Paradise Springs Winery is open for daily tours and tastings. Guests can sample a variety of in-house wines alongside a selection of meats, cheeses, baguettes, and other snack foods.
The Winery at Bull Run is a working farm and vineyard, and a well-preserved historic site. Guests can tour the entire property, including stone structures dating back to the 1800s. After your guided trip through history, try a flight of wines among authentic Civil War relics in the main tasting room.
Fairfax County culture
Take a walk through history at George Washington's Mount Vernon estate. The historic mansion, once home to America's first president, is an ideal day trip destination for history buffs. The property also features Washington's tomb, plantation, and gardens.
The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is home to vintage and famous aircraft, including the Enola Gay, Space Shuttle Discovery, and more. Visitors can follow the entire history of manned flight up until present day through short films, interactive displays, and the aircraft themselves.
For a quiet escape from the city, head to Turkey Run Park. Multiple trails make this a perfect destination for walking or running alongside piney woods, rock ledges, and streams. Weekend afternoons are a popular time among locals for a picnic lunch and an evening stroll.
The Potomac Heritage National Scenic Trail is the perfect place for a walk in the woods. Along the park's many trails, visitors can enjoy alternate views of Washington DC, including the Lincoln and Washington Memorials. Early mornings are the best time for an uncrowded visit an excellent photo opportunity.
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