Caroline County is strategically located in central Virginia along the Interstate 95 corridor roughly midway between the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area and Richmond. The county’s 549 square miles consist of relatively level plains and gently rolling countryside, which have developed as home to both productive agriculture and resource-based industry. The interstate and primary highway and railroad network provides excellent access to eastern markets.
The City of Fredericksburg is located on the Interstate 95 corridor in central Virginia midway between the nation’s capital at Washington, D.C., and the state capital at Richmond. The Rappahannock River borders the city on its northern side. Tracing its history to the colonial era, Fredericksburg has long been known as an important center for industry and commerce, due largely to its strategic position as a crossroads for highway, rail, and water-based transportation.
King George County is located in north-eastern Virginia at the entrance to the historic Northern Neck peninsula. The county’s northern boundary is formed by the Potomac River; the southern boundary is the Rappahannock River. The county’s 183 square miles are predominantly in the coastal plain with the topography ranging from flat to gently rolling terrain. The county is served by major transportation routes providing easy access to the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. area and Baltimore, Maryland. While essentially rural in nature, the county maintains a prosperous mixture of light industrial, military, and residential environments. The U. S. Naval Surface Warfare Center at Dahlgren plays a leading role in the county’s economy.
Spotsylvania County is situated in central Virginia midway between the state capital at Richmond and the nation’s capital at Washington, D. C. both of which are approximately 50 miles distant via Interstate 95. Bordered on the north by the Rappahannock River, Spotsylvania County lies adjacent to the historic city of Fredericksburg.
Stafford County is located on the Interstate 95 corridor in north-central Virginia, positioned midway between Washington and Richmond, the Virginia state capital. The city of Fredericksburg is located just south of the county. The county covers 277 square miles of land which consists of generally level to gently rolling terrain. Stafford County’s proximity to major industrial and commercial markets, a growing labor force, and a commitment to orderly development have led to increased interest for manufacturers, distribution facilities, and service-oriented businesses.