Irvington has much to offer – from watching osprey, eagles and herons, or cheering on sailboats racing from Carter’s Creek, to shopping the town’s award-winning Farmers Market, dining on fresh fish and Rappahannock River oysters, Chesapeake Bay blue crabs and medal-winning wines from the village vineyard.
Irvington is a village of about 400 residences that reflects coastal “Americana” at its best – and it’s all within an easy drive of Washington, DC, Northern Virginia, Baltimore – Annapolis, Richmond and Hampton Roads.
Irvington has much to offer – from watching osprey, eagles and herons nesting and hunting along Carter’s Creek to cheering on sailboats racing; from gathering locally grown flowers, vegetables, and folk art from the town’s award-winning Farmers Market to dining on fresh fish and Rappahannock River oysters, famous Chesapeake Bay blue crabs and medal-winning wines from the village vineyard. Visitors can explore museums, walk or bike Irvington’s residential area of architecturally diverse homes, many of which are entered in the Virginia and National Register of Historic Places, or just relax and enjoy the view.
Irvington itself is a place where visitors are encouraged to “Explore America’s Quintessential Coastal Village” with a curated itinerary to see and experience Irvington at its finest. Coastal Living magazine designated Irvington as one of their “20 Best Places to Live on the Coast” in their Spring 2020 "Escape Issue." Come stay at the award winning accommodations at the The Tides Inn or Hope & Glory Inn, or a local privately owned vacation rental.