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Gainesville has always historically been a crossroads, and its location in Prince William County, Va., helps keep that established presence intact. Lying outside the easy commuter circle for Washington, D.C., this region has its own established climate and enjoys mild temperatures all throughout the year, making it an ideal place to locate homes for rent. This residential, suburban community offers a positive environment for young families of all kinds.

Things Gainesville Renters Need to Know

  • Gainesville has many shopping centers and a lot of suburban sprawl. That makes cars essential for residents.
  • Freeways and highways are available all around the perimeter of the community, making it easy to access surrounding cities and attractions. The Gainesville Interchange facilitates the ongoing presence of the census-designated place's moniker as a crossroads.
  • The weather in Gainesville can be mercurial. Though the temperatures remain higher than surrounding regions, cold snaps and heat waves aren't uncommon.
  • There are significant battlefields across Gainesville, adding to its historic charm. It also means there are plenty of parks and opportunities to get out and exercise.

Top Resources for Gainesville Renters

  • Virginia Is For Lovers covers some of the best tourist attractions and entertainment venues in Gainesville. This site features seasonal activities, places to stay and good ideas for residents and visitors alike seeking more information about the region.
  • The Virginia Gateway is designed to help people find out more about Gainesville and surrounding areas in terms of entertainment and history. Shopping, events and special deals are also accessible on this page.

More Fun Things to Do Near Gainesville Rentals

Gainesville's temperate climate and seasonal rainfall makes it a great wine country. There are several vineyards in and around Gainesville, giving residents plenty of opportunities to learn about winemaking and taste what the region has to offer. These assets also make wine tours an essential part of the Gainesville experience.