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Region: Central Virginia
- Office of Economic Development and Tourism
- 121 E. Third Street
Farmville, VA, 23901
- (434) 392-1482
Amelia- A Great Place to Come Home To
Amelia County was established in 1735 from parts of Prince George and Brunswick counties. The County is named for Princess Amelia Sophia of Great Britain, daughter of King George II.
Just 35 miles southwest of Richmond, Amelia County, Virginia has access to all the resources of a large urban center, while providing the benefits of a small community. Amelia is known for its minerals, including the nation's best supply of Amazonite found at the Morefield mine.
Recreational opportunities abound in Amelia County, from the hunting and fishing that are so valued, to the Amelia Wildlife Management Area, over 50 Miles of Appomattox River frontage, Saylors Creek State Park, the Amelia County Parks and Recreation Department and the James L. Hamner Public Library. We also celebrate our County with the annual “Amelia Day Celebration” every Mother's Day Saturday and in August/September with the “Amelia County Fair” which we are proud to say was recently honored as the best small County Fair in Virginia. Each of these activities is family oriented, beloved by our people and continue to be highly anticipated events.
16501 Church Street, Amelia Court House, VA, 23002
19680 Dusty Hill Lane, Jetersville, VA, 23083
Hidden Depot Farm Bed and Breakfast, 23745 St. James Rd, Jetersville, VA, 23083
11441 Grub Hill Church Rd., Amelia, VA, 23002
15079 Patrick Henry Highway ( RT 360 ), Amelia, VA, 23002
9042 N Five Forks Rd, Amelia Court House, VA, 23002