Waterford is an unincorporated village in Loudoun County, Virginia located along Catoctin Creek. It was established around 1732 by Amos Janney, a Pennsylvania Quaker. Before the American Civil War, it was the second most populous community in Loudoun County after Leesburg. Waterford is a National Historical Landmark and is listed as a National Historic District on the National Register of Historic Places.
Web Sites and Links
Catocin Conservation DistrictWorking to preserve the rural and historic nature of the Catoctin area of western Loudoun County, Virginia through the use of perpetual open space easements.
Cloverhill Dressage CenterOffers boarding, training and dressage lessons with an FEI-level rider. Horses for sale. Owner/Trainer: Stephanie Alvord.
Historic Waterford, VirginiaInformation about the historical village and current events in Waterford.
The Waterford FoundationPreserving and protecting the Historic Landmark village of Waterford, Virginia and the surrounding area. Information on the Foundation, properties, open space.
Waterford ConnectionWebhost with list of client sites.