Overall Niche Grade
- Public SchoolsB+
- Good for FamiliesA-
- Cost of LivingB-
- Health & FitnessB
- Outdoor ActivitiesB+
Prince George County is located in Virginia with a population of 37,894. In Prince George County, most residents own their homes. Many young professionals live in Prince George County and residents tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Prince George County are above average.
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Prince George is the perfect place for someone who wants to live in a country-style atmosphere yet remain within minutes to multiple big cities. The public schools are great and have a wonderful mix of kids from all over the world seeing as Fort Lee students come and go. The sports and academics are these schools are top notch! There isn't much nightlife in Prince George, but you can hit interstate 95 and have a night out on the town within a short driving distance. Overall, Prince George is one of the best places to raise a family. Lots of recreational sports, parks, and events hosted by the county.
I love the school system. Parents have been residents for over 20years. I have recently returned. Lovely area. Not much trouble. Very good people live in Prince George County. One of the fewer areas that is not affected by over development. Lots of nice quite neighborhoods. Whether you are looking to live in a large neighborhood, or an area with a lot of land you will not be disappointed. Prince George County is within reasonable distance of shopping and very close to the local military place. A great place to raise children. Very community oriented. The local park hosts a school supply drive yearly. The churches are very nice and there are plenty to choose from. Very diverse. I love it.
When I first moved to Prince George, I was unsure of the county. Its full of empty fields and plenty trees. Plus it seems pretty tiny. But that was from the mind of a five year old. As I got older, I realized how good the schools were and how nice the neighborhoods were compared to others around the area, along with how large the county was. If you have kids who are going to their schools and are interested in sports, football is not the county's best sport, but the track team is amazing along with girls soccer and softball. And because the county is right next to Fort Lee military base, their are a lot of students who spend short periods of time in the schools meaning the students do not stay the same every year. Overall I'm glad that I went to their schools and lived in the county but the outside counties and cities are going to have the most "fun" activities to do.