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The Weather in Woodbridge
The above is a climate diagram for Woodbridge. July is the warmest month in Woodbridge with average maximum temperatures of 87°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. It may rain 16 days in May while it typically rains only 9 days in November.
Paddle the waterways of Woodbridge, Virginia, near your vacation home
Surrounded by state parks, bald eagles cruise the skies over your vacation home in Woodbridge, Virginia. Explore meandering waterways for miles around, and discover the oldest house in the state.
Games and historic houses
Catch a game at Pfitzner Stadium, the center of local sporting culture. Nothing beats cheering for the local team from the stands with a hot dog in hand. Look out for the Nationals’ mascot, Uncle Slam.
Rippon Lodge, the oldest house in Prince William County, was built in 1747. The plantation house is situated on what is known as the Washington-Rochambeau Revolutionary Route. It was originally a tobacco plantation and played a vital role in the American Revolutionary War.
Bald eagles and waterparks
Enjoy the volleyball, softball, and baseball fields at Occoquan Regional Park. Hone your skills at the batting cages, rent a boat and float away for the day, or go fishing. There's everything, from carp to bass to perch, in these waters.
See if you can spot the migrating birds at the Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Reserve, and take part in the Mason Neck Eagle Festival, which celebrates these kings of the sky. Roam the area’s meadows, hardwood forests, and freshwater marshes. The vast plant diversity of the refuge is astounding, with over 650 species of plant growing here.
The whole family will love Waterworks Waterpark, where the flumes and rides thrill young and old. Make a splash at this premier family water park.
State parks and waterways
Relax on the beach at Leesylvania State Park, where the trails are leafy and the beaches brilliantly clean. You could also follow the Occoquan Watertrail. The forty-mile route takes you from Chesapeake Bay through a landscape of stunning waterways and over 13,000 years of human history.
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