Town of Round Hill
The town is recognized for its strong agricultural community that celebrates local produce and artisan goods. Round Hill is also the newest Appalachian Trail Community, joining 40 other communities along the 2,000 mile trail — 15 of which are in Virginia. These towns and cities are considered assets by all who use the Appalachian Trail, and many of these towns act as good friends and neighbors to the Trail — especially the good people of Round Hill! As a visitor on the Trail, you can enjoy special events and promotions in these designated areas.
The Hill High Marketplace transformed a former orchard packing plant into a center for art, food and wine. Stop in for baked goods from Mom’s Apple Pie, classes and local exhibits at Round Hill Arts Center and Gateway Gallery and local wines in Bogati’s tasting room – all under one roof!
Historic Fun Fact:
The earliest of the Loudoun County circuit courts, meeting in the spring of 1757, ordered surveyors to mark the best way from Leesburg to the Blue Ridge, and they decided its eastern stretches should stay to the south “of the round hill.”
Call it Like a Local:
Snicker’s Gap is a wind gap in the Blue Ridge Mountains that was known originally as William’s Gap. Today, one of Loudoun’s favorite Christmas tree farms helps carry the name forward. Snicker’s Gap Tree Farm is even located on Williams Gap Road!
Incorporated in 1900