Woodbridge is located just 20 miles south of Washington, D.C. and is bounded by the Occoquan and Potomac rivers.
Woodbridge offers a variety of amenities including the Potomac Mills shopping mall and the Potomac Festival Shopping Centers. It is served by the Prince William County Public Schools, and the Woodbridge campus of Northern Virginia Community College borders the district.
Woodbridge offers a wide range of recreation. The Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge is a natural habitat for a variety of plant and animal life including the bald eagles and ospreys. Veteran’s Park and Leesylvania State Park are located on the Potomac River and provide swimming, boating, picnic and hiking services. Close by is Rippon Lodge, the oldest house in Prince William County, which is open for tours throughout the summer. Trails at Leesylvania Park lead to the ancestral home of the Lee family. There are severall marinas, and golf facilities such as a Osprey's Golf Club, Old Hickory Golf Club, or Pohick Bay Regional Park Golf Course.
Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center is a 24/7 project that brings style, convenience, flavor and activity to a Prince William County, Virginia marketplace that has experienced tremendous growth over the recent past. Conveniently located in Woodbridge, Virginia between 2 major interchanges on the high traffic and highly visible I-95 Interstate. It features approximately 550,000 square feet of retail in a boulevard environment. This destination produces a unique opportunity for national, regional and local establishments to thrive. Potomac Town Center, anchored by a 138,000 square foot Wegmans Food Market, features distinctive architecture, animated public spaces, and a shopping experience that allows for customers to enjoy whether day or night. Shops and restaurants include DSW, The Apple Store, Jos. A Bank, Chicos, Brixx Pizza, Not your average Joe’s, Uncle Julios, Zoe’s kitchen and much more.
Woodbridge is home of the Potomac Nationals Baseball field. The Potomac Nationals are a Minor League Baseball team in Woodbridge. The Nationals play in the Class A Advanced Carolina League, and are an affiliate of the Washington Nationals.
Transportation includes access to Interstate 95, two VRE commuter train stations, bus service, and a local “slug” system, offering residents a variety of transit options.
Woodbridge is home to Potomac Mills Mall, one of the largest shopping centers in northern Virginia. Woodbridge is a suburban city because many of its residents are employed in nearby Washington, D.C.
Other cultural resources include Rippon Lodge, the oldest house in Prince William County, which was opened as a park and museum in October 2007.
Prince William Parkway serves as the backbone of the region. It links the city to I-95 and runs through the middle of the Woodbridge Magisterial District. Virginia Route 123 connects the I-95 corridor and U.S. 1 (Jefferson Davis Highway) to points west and north and ultimately terminates in McLean, Virginia. Marumsco has the Prince William Parkway (Virginia Route 3000) as an east-west highway, and Neabsco is served by Rippon Boulevard and Cardinal Drive.The area is also served by the Virginia Railway Express Fredericksburg Line.