Albemarle County, Charlottesville, Virginia
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Nestled at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Albemarle County offers an abundance of cultural, historical and leisure opportunities for your enjoyment. Historical attractions include, Ash-Lawn Highland (the home of President James Monroe) , Michie Tavern, Monticello (the home of President Thomas Jefferson) and Montpelier (the home of President James Madison).

Albemarle County also has nine parks which offer over 2,000 acres for leisure activities, including swimming beaches, picnic shelters, nature trails, bike trails, canoe rentals, boat launches, and fishing piers. Charlottesville, the home of the University of Virginia also has ten historic city blocks which can provide a lively experience for people of all ages. Charlottesville has a large series of attractions and venues for its relatively small size. Visitors come to the area for wine and beer tours, ballooning, hiking, and world-class entertainment that perform at one of the area's four larger venues. The city is both the launching pad and home of the Dave Matthews Band as well as the center of a sizable indie music scene.

The nearby Shenandoah National Park offers recreational activities and beautiful scenery, with rolling mountains and many hiking trails. Skyline Drive is a scenic drive that runs the length of the park, alternately winding through thick forest and emerging upon sweeping scenic overlooks. The Blue Ridge Parkway, a similar scenic drive that extends 469 miles (755 km) south to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina, terminates at the southern entrance of Shenandoah, where it turns into Skyline Drive. This junction of the two scenic drives is only 22 miles west of downtown Charlottesville.

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