Culpeper is connected to the region by a robust network of roadways and rail lines. And it’s connected to the world via nearby international airports and the deepwater port of Virginia, which is less than 180 miles to the east.
Highways and Interstates
U.S. & State Highways include: US 15, US 29, US 522 & VA 211, VA 229, VA 299, VA 3
Nearby Interstates: I-95 (6.9 miles), I-66 (11.4 miles), I-64 (23.4 miles), I-81 (25.2 miles)
General Aviation & Commercial Air Service
- 5,000 ft runway
- General Aviation Airport
Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport (42 miles)
- Offers 50+ daily flights to 6 major hubs
Washington-Dulles International Airport (52 miles)
- 36 airlines
- Non-stop service to more than 125 global destinations
Ronald Reagan National Airport (69 miles)
- 85 non-stop destinations
- 10 airlines
Richmond International Airport (96 miles)
- 26 non-stop destinations
- 7 airlines
Freight Rail Service
Norfolk Southern Railway – Class One rail operator with approximately 19,500 route miles in 22 states and the District of Columbia. Norfolk Southern serves every major container port in the eastern United States, and operates the most extensive intermodal network in the East.
Passenger Rail Service
Amtrak offers twice-daily passenger service to and from Culpeper (CLP) from points north and south on the Cardinal and Crescent Lines, stopping at the Train Depot and Visitor Center. Service destinations include Boston, New York City, Philadephia, Baltimore, Washington DC, and points south to Charlottesville and Lynchburg, VA, and on to New Orleans. For more information, visit www.amtrak.com.
Port of Virginia: Inland Port Front Royal – 57 miles
Port of Virginia – 178 miles