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Take a Weekend Trip to Fauquier County for Walks and Wine

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Each new year seems to bring about a reinvigorated sense of self—and with it, some new plans to feel better. Maybe you resolved to incorporate more movement into your daily routine, have more quality time with those close to you, or relax more in the great outdoors. While resolutions are intended to have a positive impact, it can become challenging to continue the habits your resolutions initiated as the year progresses. A weekend getaway to Fauquier County may be just what the doctor ordered to inspire you to keep going with your active, outdoor lifestyle.


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Very Merry in Fauquier County

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It’s quite simply the most wonderful time of the year, and Fauquier County is the capital of merriment. From Christmas parades and visits with Santa to shopping small and special sips at a winery or brewery, Fauquier County is bursting at the seams with seasonal cheer.


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Warm Up at These Hotspots in Fauquier County

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The heat in your home has kicked on. You know what that means…bring out the chunky knit sweaters, fluffy slippers, and plush blankets. To venture out during snuggly season for a glass of wine, a cup of coffee, or a comforting bowl of soup, check out these top local spots to take the chill off in Fauquier County.


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Sip, Stroll, and Be Spooked in Fauquier County This Fall

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While not technically listed in the dictionary as a synonym for “autumn,” you just can’t be in the full fall mindset without the hype of Halloween. To get you and your family in the spirit – whether you prefer cute, cozy pumpkins at fall markets or scary sights in haunted barns – these spots throughout Fauquier County have you covered for fall fun.


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Fall Farm Fun in Fauquier County

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Winter offers snow, spring gives flowers, and the summer makes for a really great day at the beach but fall really might just be the best time of year.

 The leaves take on gorgeous hues, pumpkins pop up, and happy trick-or-treating slowly leads to Thanksgiving pie, Christmas cookies, and New Year’s festivities with family and friends. Since fall is the cool, soft, sweater-weather welcome to so many cheery days ahead, we’re thrilled that it’s almost here again.

 If you and your family are looking for just the right pumpkins to carve (or turn into pie!), wanting to pick the apples you eat right off of the trees they grew on, or are thinking a silly or spooky hayride sounds like an awesome autumnal activity, be sure to check out one (or all) of these special farms in Fauquier County


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