Virginia, Spotsylvania County

Spotsylvania County is the 13th fastest growing county in the nation. It offers its residents a highly desirable quality of life with many business, recreational, educational and cultural opportunities and a rich history. The county seat is Spotsylvania Courthouse6. The independent city of Fredericksburg is located in the northeast corner of the county but is politically separate. It is a part of the Washington Metropolitan Area because of its vast numbers of commuters that travel north on Interstate 95 or Virginia Railway Express for work.

Spotsylvania County was established in 1721 and was named for Virginia Lieutenant Governor Alexander Spotswood. Many battles were fought in this county during the Civil War, including the Chancellorsville, the Wilderness, Fredericksburg, and Spotsylvania Court House. It is bounded on the north by the Rappahannock and Rapidan rivers and the city of Fredericksburg and on the south by the North Anna River and Lake Anna.

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