There are several parking options available for this event, but please plan ahead as the parking lots filled up quickly last year. Numerous attendees walked to the event last year and if you have the ability to it is recommended.
There will be handicap parking available in the lower lot of the WARF closest to the hockey arena on a first come basis.
The closest public parking is on the grounds of Fauquier High School. All of the parking lots will be open and there will also be parking on the grass fields next to the baseball field complex. The Warrenton Armory also has parking available around their building and in the field behind their building. There is also parking available at Warrenton Middle School.
There will be a circuit shuttle bus service running between the WARF, Warrenton Middle School and the Warrenton Post Office. Parking is available in any of the town parking lots which also affords you to opportunity to dine in Old Town before of after the event and not worry about having to drive to the WARF.
For the safety of all attendees the following items are not allowed at the event:
Warrenton Town Limits is the largest community wide celebration in Fauquier county and will take place Friday, June 29th from 3pm until the fireworks conclude at dark. Presented by the Town of Warrenton Committee on Health, Parks and Recreation this free family event hosted over eight thousand people in its inaugural year.
The 65 acres at the Warrenton Aquatic and Recreation Facility will be packed with the fun sights and sounds of over 100 local food vendors, businesses and interactive activities for our community to enjoy. This years event includes music and activities on the main stage, a kids stage with entertainment for children, a petting zoo military displays and a family fun zone with inflatables.
For more information on Warrenton Town Limits, or to become a volunteer, sponsor or to simply attend please view the website or contact Margaret at (540) 349-2520.
Warrenton Town Limits
The following items are allowed to be brought into the event: