Buckingham County, Virginia Weather

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Buckingham County, Virginia is located in the Central Piedmont region of the state and is part of the Richmond metropolitan area. The county covers an area of 543 square miles and has a population of 17,146 people as of 2020. The county seat is Buckingham Courthouse and other notable towns include Dillwyn, New Canton, and Arvonia. According to theinternetfaqs.com, the history of Buckingham County dates back to 1762 when it was formed from Albemarle County. During the American Civil War, many battles occurred in the county including the Battle of Robertson’s River in 1862 and the Battle of Meems Bottom in 1864. One popular attraction in Buckingham County is James River State Park which offers camping, fishing, canoeing, kayaking, hiking trails, swimming pools and more. The park also holds special…
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