Some of my favorite local spots…

Click on a category below to find some of my favorite local Fredericksburg Area spots:

Miller Farms



Click for Directions: 12101 Orange Plank Rd, Locust Grove, VA 22508

Phone number: (540) 850-5009

Details: My family and I love going here several times a  year! We buy seasonal farm fresh produce. We pick our own Strawberries and Pumpkins. They offer a unique shopping experience where you can select quality natural, non-GMO produce while enjoying a friendly, family atmosphere. You can buy local products such as Milk from Trickling Springs Creamery out of Chambersburg Pa., Papa Weavers Pork and Beef from Orange Va., Orange Roasters Coffee from Orange Va., Roseda Beef from Md., Raw Honey from Spotsylvania, and Local Jams, Jellies, and Sauces. It is a great learning experience for kids and plenty of open area and a huge dirt mound for the kids to play.

Canal Path/Heritage Trail


Click for Directions: 3008 Normany Avenue, Fredericksburg, VA 22401


From the website:
“The Canal Path is a paved pathway that is 1.8 miles long and and winds along the canal from Fall Hill Avenue to Princess Anne Street.  The Heritage Trail is a 1.6 mile asphalt stretch that connects the two parts of the Canal Path making a 3.1 mile loop, just about right for a 5K race.  The new portion of trail, which is 10 feet wide, begins near the intersection of Princess Anne and Ford streets at one end of the Rappahannock Canal.”

Harry's Alehouse

harrys alehouse, local, restaurants


Click for Directions: 5737 Plank Road, Fredericksburg, VA, 22407

Phone number: (540) 548-1500

Details: I have nothing but great things to say about Harry’s! I highly recommend it as a great family restaurant with exceptional food and awesome service. Maybe I’ll see you there soon! Here is a link for a blog post I wrote about Harry’s.

First Friday Fredericksburg



Click for Directions: Downtown Fredericksburg


From the website:
“Mark your calendar for the first Friday of every month!

Downtown businesses of all kinds celebrate the region’s vibrant arts community every First Friday. Galleries, restaurants, cafes, shops and even workout studios open their doors to showcase the works of local artists. Musicians on the street, tasty refreshments and an overall jovial crowd help make this a night to see and be seen downtown.

There is a free shuttle service operated by the Trolley Tours of Fredericksburg. The trolley runs from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. For the First Friday Trolley map and details: “