History paints every hill and valley in Fredericksburg, VA, and every building and road with long-lasting hues. Here are some of the best places to visit to learn history and take in the scenery of Fredericksburg, VA.
Cacades at Embrey Mill offers a carefree, low-maintenance lifestyle. Surrounded by abundant amenities both in this exclusive Active Adult section and in the encompassing Embrey Mill community, home is always right where you want to be.
Virginia’s Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains are home to four ski resorts that offer downhill skiing, snowboarding and snow tubing. Fortunately, for our residents they are all just a day trip away from Embrey Mill.
The dates of the national Cherry Blossom Festival will vary each year depending on the weather, but the best time to visit is usually March 15 – April 16. Living at Embrey Mill, puts you in a central location to other various cherry blossom destinations.
In Embrey Mill, with so much open space, parks and trails, it can be the perfect Winter Wonderland to play, explore, and spend family fun time together. Here are some ideas to encourage the kids to be curious and creative right here in their own neighborhood.
The Knight family cemetery is located on the farm formerly owned by the Knights and later, by Jackson Musselman, son-in-law to Lewis Knight. The cemetery contains several graves; however, only two are inscribed.
Commuting to work (especially if you live in the Stafford area but work in D.C., Fairfax, or Woodbridge) can be a huge money and time saver. It can also be a great way to make friends and lessen the impact on the environment.
Here at Embrey Mill we are proud to say that we have total “Walkability” in our neighborhood. Our goal at Embrey Mill was for you to come home, park your car and leave the busy lifestyle behind you as your enjoy all the community has to offer.
Join us on Saturday, August 27th for the first ever Embrey Mill Road Rally! We're excited to bring remote control cars, sponsored by HobbyTown USA, to Racetrack Park for kids and adults to race for prizes!
Nothing is better than meandering through the Blue Ridge Mountains or Shenandoah Valley for a day trip. Thanks to being located conveniently close to 95. Embrey Mill is a great place to start your day adventures.
Get your splash on come summertime at Lake Anna, a local favorite of Embrey Mill residents. Only about an hour’s drive from door to shore, Lake Anna offers easy boat launch access and plenty of activities in, out, and around the water.
At the end of a long week, nothing is better than meandering through the Blue Ridge Mountains or Shenandoah Valley on your bike. Check out some incredible motorcycle trips you can take from your home at Embrey Mill.
Half an hour away from Embrey Mill you’ll find small-town charm and big-city spirit in Fredericksburg, VA. Whether you’re a foodie, budding historian, or shopping enthusiast, there’s something to love in this classic town. Here’s a quick run-down of top picks.
Spring means warmer weather, flowers, outside activities, and fresh produce! The Stafford County Farmers Market is bursting with fresh produce and products that are grown or made within a 125 mile radius of the market.
It's no secret that there is always something to do here at Embrey Mill! Nonetheless, there sure is a lot going on outside of our beautiful community in the greater Stafford area as well! Don’t believe us? Be sure to check out a few of these upcoming events:
Big news! Niche.com just released its top school rankings and we’re proud that Colonial Forge High School, where Embrey Mill high school students currently attend, was ranked #28 in Virginia, #35 in the DC Metro area, and #836 in the country (out of 14,431 schools). Go Eagles!