Yours to Explore

Centuries in the making and only minutes away from River Creek, Leesburg is a historic town in Loudoun County, Virginia. The town and surrounding area is home to a growing number of award-winning restaurants, craft breweries, wineries, and shopping. You’ll find entertainment and culture, including Morven Park, the Tally Ho Theater, summer concerts on the Green, the annual 4th of July parade and fireworks, as well as the spring Flower and Garden Festival.


Just 25 miles from our nation’s capital sit more than 40 award-winning wineries and wine tasting rooms.  Loudoun’s wineries feature boutique producers, who are handcrafting wines in intimate settings ranging from renovated dairy barns to Mediterranean style estates.


The land at River Creek has been witness to significant acts of importance in American history. In August of 1814, when the British burned Washington, the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were sent to safety at nearby Rokeby Plantation just south of Leesburg. Here, patrols of American soldiers and Virginia militia were kept on guard against the threat of further British advance up the Potomac River Valley. Artifacts of these patrols have been found nearby.


Within 10 minutes of River Creek, residents can take advantage of great shopping, including:

“We love that River Creek is so close to Leesburg and many great wineries”