Ashburn is about 30 miles from Washington D.C in Northern Virginia, and is home to the Redskins training ground and George Washington University. Additionally, the community has many activities and is a great starting point to explore the surrounding area.
The Washington and Old Dominion Railroad Trail goes through Ashburn and is a lovely wide trail for hiking, running, skating and even horseback riding on the adjacent track. Ashburn Park is a popular park with recreation areas, picnic areas and woods and playgrounds.
Elsewhere, get your skates on and hit the ice at the Ashburn Ice House, an indoor skating rink with plenty of lesson programs available.Alternatively, golfers can take a swing on the 18-hole championship golf park in Brambleton Regional Park.
Visit Ashburn in spring and fall for warm days and cool evenings.
This climate histogram shows you the weather patterns in Ashburn. The warmest months in Ashburn are May and July, when temperatures reach 97 ˚F. The coolest month is November, when temperatures drop to 18 ˚F. The wettest month in Ashburn is April with 6.69 inches of rain, while the driest month is January with 0.49 inches of rain.
— The great thing about AllTheRooms is their ability to cover all bases. If you are travelling solo, with a partner, friends or even a larger family. There is something there for everyone and that is a hugely powerful tool that I believe it boasts moreso than competitors.
— Packed full of information, from the best time of year to visit (I love NYC in Spring) to top tips from locals, All The Rooms provides the best accommodation, whether you are looking to enjoy your first time visit to New York or want to experience a new location
— I love All the Rooms because instead of having to check one place for home rentals, another for hotel, another for bed and breakfasts, and yet another for a room rental in a private residence, I can finally see EVERYTHING at one site; saving me considerable time