Located along Harry Byrd Highway also known as Route 7, Purcellville, Virginia might give visitors small town feel, but there is no shortage of entertainment with its vast variety of wineries, restaurants, distilleries, antiques, and art. For those interested in wineries, Otium Cellars would be a good starting place. Their wines are based on German wines and aim to have their guests enjoy wine-tasting in a family-friendly, relaxing atmosphere.

Also located in Purcellville is the Franklin Park, a 203-acre regional park which offers an outstanding view of the Blue Ridge Mountains as park goers enjoy outdoor activities such as the 5K Run, fishing, hiking trails, nature walks, dog-walks, a disc golf course, and horseback riding.

A notable community within Purcellville is the Loudoun Golf and Country Club that started 1927. Always aiming to have a family-friendly atmosphere, it offers an 18-hole golf course championship, tennis facilities, indoor pools, and dining outlets, among other amenities.

Purcellville’s more rural neighborhoods are known for a variety of styles