Village of Bluemont

Founded:

1900

Population:

2,834

Historic Fun Fact:  

With the extension of the railroad from Washington, DC, to Bluemont in the early 1900s, the village prospered as a well-known resort area equipped with charming hotels and fashionable visitors coming in from the city. It also served as a filming location for episodes of the West Wing.

Call it Like a Local:  

Since 1969, the Bluemont Fair has been an annual event that locals always look forward to! From pony and wagon rides to flea markets and artisan demonstrations, the fair is a can’t-miss fall event in Loudoun.

Known For:  

Situated at about 1,000 feet above sea level, the elevation of this village makes it the highest section of the county and the perfect spot for enjoying vast, breathtaking views of Virginia.

Hidden Gems:  

A short scenic hike to Bear’s Den Overlook will provide a panoramic view of the Shenandoah Valley and Blue Ridge Mountains. Enjoy one of the best views in the county, also known as a prime spot for those dreamy summer sunsets.

Local Favorites:

Great Country Farms, Bluemont Vineyard, Bluemont General Store

Newest Attractions:

Bear Chase Brewing