These free, printable travel maps of Virginia are divided into five regions:
- Northern Virginia
- Coastal Virginia
- Shenandoah and Northwestern Virginia
- Central and Southern Virginia
Explore Virginia with these helpful travel maps from the latest edition of Moon Virginia.
From the busy halls of the Pentagon in arlington and the trendy streets of historic old Town alexandria to the quaint alleyways of Middleburg, Northern Virginia is a cornucopia of culture, history, business, outdoor recreation, culinary delights, and shopping. It is a central corridor for the technology industry, yet houses key attractions such as Mount Vernon, the plantation home of George Washington. Northern Virginia’s residents make up roughly one-third of the entire state population.
Visiting Coastal Virginia is a great way to take a break from everyday stresses and learn about history or relax on the beach. Colonial Williamsburg, a living museum that vividly displays what life in colonial times was like, is one of the most popular historical towns in the country. Just a short drive away is the resort area of Virginia Beach and the sleepy seaside communities on Virginia’s eastern shore. The region offers port towns, battleships, and beautiful clean beaches all within a short drive of one another.
Shenandoah and Northwestern Virginia
Shenandoah National Park and Northwestern Virginia are a very special part of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Stunning vistas, rivers, and streams traverse the area and loosely connect the towns that sit on the park’s doorstep. Take a scenic drive along skyline drive, white-water raft down the shenandoah River, spend an afternoon underground in mysterious luray caverns, or take a hike on the famous appalachian Trail. Choose adventure or opt to relax—there is no wrong answer.
Central and Southern Virginia
Sprawling Central and Southern Virginia offer some of the most beautiful countryside in America. Awesome mountain vistas, rolling foothills, and enchanting fall foliage can be found in this region, especially along the Blue Ridge Parkway. The site of many colleges and universities including the University of virginia, the region was also home to famous Americans such as Thomas Jefferson and James Monroe. The state capital, Richmond, and historic Fredericksburg, Charlottesville, and Roanoke are key destinations in this vast region.
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