Scenic byways tie landscapes together and connect people to the culture, history and natural resources of a particular place. With its idyllic view of the Bull Run Mountains, working farms, historic homes, and unique topography, Antioch and Waterfall Roads serve as a reminder of days long gone. Protecting our scenic byways is an inexpensive and forward-looking way to highlight Prince William County's unique assets, promote tourism, protect open space, and build a bright future for County residents.
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Once a road is awarded the "Scenic Byway" designation, it is included on Virginia's Map of Scenic Roads, the Virginia Scenic Roads website, the Virginia Outdoors Plan, the DCR Scenic Byways website, and the state's coordinated promotional tourism strategy to help stimulate local economies by attracting visitors. Driving for pleasure has ranked as one of the five most popular recreational activities for the past 40 years.
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Learn how scenic byways benefit local communities, what roads qualify, and opportunities to highlight Antioch Road and Route 55 between Haymarket and the County border.
VA Dept. of Conservation & Recreation
VDOT offers a sample of scenic and historic roads online, with links for maps.
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