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Springfield, Virginia

Where fun, convenience and trends meet.

Springfield, Virginia, a D.C. suburb just 12 miles south-west of our nation’s capital, is an epi-center of family living, great restaurant options, and business.  Known for the “Mixing Bowl” where I-395, I-495 and I-95 all meet and close to the Springfield Towne Center.

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The

Vibes

Encompassing, Central, North and West Springfield it is home to around 100,000 residents, Springfield is a bustling suburb filled with families and professionals who work within the D.C. limits. Many military individuals call Springfield home due to its convenient access to major military installations, such as the Pentagon and Fort Belvoir, as well as GSA & TSA to name a couple. Springfield offers tons to do for all generations, popular attractions, and serene parks.

Family-Friendly

Fun

Throughout the years, Springfield has continued to attract new business, including a suite of family-friendly activity centers and facilities. The St. James, a 450,000 square foot multi-sport complex, finds its home in Springfield. This facility includes obstacle courses, zip lines, climbing walls, party rooms, and more, plus it houses an indoor water park, Olympic regulation pool, and gymnastics training center.. Don’t forget about the area recreation facilities like Southrun and Springfield Golf & Country Club

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Grab

a Bite

There’s nothing quite like kicking off the day or topping off an evening with a plate full of delicious eats — Springfield has you covered! The city is the keeper to several types of fare. Yard House, Mikes American Grill, and Silver Diner &pizza starts us off at nearly 5 star-ratings. Hungry patrons can find home-cooked tastes at Della J’s Delectables or Bob and Edith’s Diner. What about Mexican food? There’s no shortage in Springfield! Taco Bamba, Chuy’s, El Paso, and Tacos & Taquila are easy to access. Award winning Afhan Bitro and fFor those who love Thai, Yindee Thai, 9 Pad Thai and Thai Ghang Waan, among others, are here too.

Local

Shopping

Variety is the spice of life.  Grocery shop at Trader Joe’s, Giant, Whole Foods, Wegman’s and Costco.  Springfield Town Center, Springfield Plaza, Brookfield Plaza, and Cardinal Plaza offer numerous local and national chains.

Places

to Explore

Ready to breathe in the great outdoors? Check out some of the local fav spots for nature connection. Hidden Pond Nature Center features undisturbed woodland scenes, accessible trails, and plenty of natural wonders of Springfield. Field trips, birthday parties, scout programs, camps, classes, and other events can all be found at the center. Plus, Hidden Pond is home to the Pohick Rangers! This unique nature club has been connecting youngsters with the natural beauty of Springfield since 1991. Lake Accotink Park is in the area as well, located less than a mile away from the beltway.  This 493-acre park provides excellent opportunities to relax, learn and enjoy the natural resources.  In addition to the trail systems and waterfront activities, Lake Accotink Park offers many family-friendly activities including picnic and BBQ areas, hiking trails (Cross Country Trail), boating options, and a merry-go-round also.

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Transportation

Easy access to Metro-rail, commuter buses, free commuter parking lots and slug-lines to DC.  What are sluglines?  It’s a form of carpooling that has been around since the 1960’s that provides drivers and commuters the opportunity to connect and commute to DC or the Pentagon using the HOV lanes. Springfield, Virginia is the perfect place to live comfortably or raise a family in close proximity to D.C! With a range of amenities, plus the surrounding suburbs of Burke, Lorton, and Fairfax… Springfield, Virginia is calling you home.

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Springfield, Virginia, a D.C. suburb just 12 miles south-west of our nation’s capital, is an epi-center of family living, great restaurant options, and business.  Known for the “Mixing Bowl” where I-395, I-495 and I-95 all meet and close to the Springfield Towne Center.