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Fort A.P. Hill is located
within the boundaries of Caroline County, a largely rural county of great natural
beauty, dotted with farms, woodlands and waters. Caroline County is located in the
northeastern portion of the Commonwealth of Virginia. Situated along the I-95 corridor,
Caroline sits roughly midway between Richmond and the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.
Norfolk and the Port of Hampton Roads are approximately 110 miles to the southeast. The
county has 549 square miles of land.
The Town of Bowling Green, located
approximately in the center of the county, serves as the county seat. Bowling Green is 72
miles south of Washington, D.C., 20 miles south of Fredericksburg, 108 miles southeast of
Baltimore, Md., and 35 miles north of Richmond. It serves as the professional and service
hub of Caroline County and is the community located closest to Fort A.P. Hills main
entrance and permanent staff office complex. The countys smaller incorporated town,
Port Royal, lies approximately 11 miles northeast of Bowling Green, on the Rappahannock
Communities and counties surrounding
Fort A.P. Hill have a lengthy history of support for the post and the valuable mission it
fulfills for our nation.
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