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Tourism is an important economic driver for counties and towns across the beautiful and historic Rappahannock-Rapidan region. The region's abundant outdoor resources and natural beauty, rolling farmlands, historic towns and sites, attract increasing numbers of visitors to the area each year.

Situated within easy driving distance of Northern Virginia/Washington, DC, and other points north and south, and located in the scenic foothills adjoining the Shenandoah National Park to the west, the region is an attractive weekend get-away and increasingly, extended-stay vacation destination for nearby and distant travelers alike. With exciting new restaurants, places of lodging, and myriad other points of interest to please just about every type of traveler, the Rappahannock-Rapidan region is definitely worth a visit!

January 2017 Workshop

Social Media & Digital Marketing Strategies

2015 Agri-Tourism Symposium Presentations

Managing Legal Liability in Agri-Tourism & Direct Marketing
USDA Value Added Producer Grants
VDACS Exploring Agri-Tourism Options
Virginia Land Preservation Tax Credits

REGIONAL TOURISM COMMITTEE

The PD9 Regional Tourism Committee, comprised of tourism directors, local business owners, and other interested stakeholders, meets on a quarterly basis to update each other with respect to ongoing area tourism efforts, identify needs, and explore mutual interests and options.

Please contact Jenny Biche (jkbiche@rrregion.org or 540-829-7450) with questions.

Continuing assistance from the Virginia Tourism Corporation--please visit http://www.virginia.org--is gratefully acknowledged.

   

Rappahannock-Rapidan Regional Commission
420 Southridge Parkway • Suite 106 • Culpeper, VA  22701 • Tel: (540) 829-7450 • Fax: (540) 829-7452

E-mail:  planinfo@rrregion.org