Located just west of Richmond in the Commonwealth of Virginia, Amelia County boasts recreational opportunities from hunting and fishing, to annual cultural events. The county is also known for its minerals, including the nation's best supply of Amazonite found at the Morefield mine.
Within the Greater Richmond Region, Amelia County is located west of Powhatan County and is adjacent to Chesterfield, Dinwiddie, Nottoway, Prince Edward & Cumberland counties. Amelia was named after King George II’s daughter, Princess Amelia of Great Britain, and is known of its rich mineral supply, including the nation’s best supply of Amazonite quarried out of Morefield Mine. Amelia County is the epitome of rural living, having hundreds of acres of farmland and lush deciduous forests. For those looking for quiet country living will love all that Amelia County has to offer. Some of the unincorporated communities within Amelia County include Chula, Dennisville, Jetersville, Little Patrick, Mannboro, Morven & Winterham.Read More ▾
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