River's Bend at Uncles Neck is located off historic Forge Road in the heart of Williamsburg's horse and estate country. The central location is perfect for those who want to enjoy the big city amenities in Richmond and Virginia Beach and the cultural and educational attractions of the Colonial Capital.
Williamsburg Area Attractions
Colonial Williamsburg - 13 miles
Step back in time more than 220 years and discover the underpinnings of our great country.
Busch Gardens/Water Country - 14 miles
These internationally recognized amusement and water parks spell fun for kids of all ages.
Yorktown - 27 miles
This American Revolution landmark town was the location of many important battles as well as where British forces surrendered to General George Washington's army.
Jamestown Settlement - 10 miles
Explore the site of the first permanent English settlement in the New World and experience the challenges they faced in their new land.
The College of William & Mary - 10 miles
This historic institution of higher learning was founded in 1693 and is the nation's second oldest college.
A plethora of courses await golfers of all skill levels. A sampling includes: Colonial Golf Course, The Tradition Golf Club at Kiskiack, Golden Horseshoe Golf Club, Williamsburg National Golf Club, Kingsmill Resort & Stonehouse Golf Club
Sentara Williamsburg Regional Medical Center
Part of one of the country's premier not-for-profit healthcare systems, this center, located only 15 minutes away, features the latest in healthcare technology.
Newport News/Williamsburg International Airport - 30 minutes
Newport News Airport offers about 60 commercial flights daily on three major airlines.
Conveniently located nearby are three grocery stores that will satisfy every conceivable need. In addition, more than 100 outlet shops and restaurants of every caliber provide a variety of shopping and dining options.
Richmond Area Attractions
Richmond International Airport - 33 miles
The Richmond Airport is seven miles south of Richmond and hosts nine different carriers offering numerous non-stop flights to destinations worldwide.
Virginia Capitol Building
The Virginia State Capitol building was designed by Thomas Jefferson and Charles-Louis Clérisseau.
Children's Museum of Richmond
An interactive, hands-on museum with age-appropriate activities.
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is an outstanding art collection spanning 6000 years including the largest public collection of Fabergé eggs outside of Russia.
Edgar Allen Poe Museum
The museum holds one of the world's largest collections of original manuscripts, letters, first editions, memorabilia and personal belongings.
An amusement park in Hanover County featuring rides, theatre and National recording acts.
Contains many examples of classical architecture and is consistently ranked as one of the best streets in America.
Neighborhoods such as the Fan, Shockoe Bottom, Church Hill, Carytown, Oregon Hill and Westover Hills contain buildings in various styles including Colonial, Italianate, Classical revival, Second Empire, Roman Revival, Greek revival, Romanesque, Gothic, Egyptian revival, Modernism, and Post Modernism.