Convenient Location just 15 minutes east of downtown Richmond
Patriots Landing is conveniently located near Interstates 64 and 295 in New Kent County near Quinton and Bottoms Bridge – putting you close to work and shopping, but miles away from the congestion and sprawl of suburbs. It is just 30 minutes from Williamsburg. New Kent’s commitment to managed growth surrounding – and including – this community, means it will always maintain its pastoral charm. Our quiet, bucolic community is just minutes away from work and shopping. Many stores are nearby, and more are coming soon.
Patriots Landing is just:
- 15 minutes (13 miles) from downtown Richmond, with no tolls
- 25-30 minutes from Innsbrook and Short Pump Mall via I-295
- 10 minutes from Richmond International Airport
- 30 minutes from shopping and dining in historic Williamsburg
- 30-45 minutes from most river retreats
- Less than 90 minutes from Virginia Beach
- Adjacent to the beautiful 18-hole Brookwoods Golf Course
- 10 minutes from Colonial Downs Horse Racing Track
- 15 minutes from the Historic Rt. 5 Plantation Homes
- 12 minutes from The Shops At White Oak Village. Stores include Martin’s, Lowe’s, Target, PetSmart, JCPenney, Sam’s Club and 45 more.
- Within 5 minutes of 2 grocery stores, drug store, post office, bank, New Kent Medical Center, gas stations, dry cleaners, 3 childcare centers, veterinarian, hardware store, churches, haircare, McDonalds, Bojangles, and more to come.
- 0 minutes away – RESULTS Fitness Center within the Patriots Landing Community
Historic New Kent
New Kent is one of the oldest counties in Virginia, dating to 1654, when English colonists built palatial homes along the Pamunkey River. They named it after their native Kent, England. British, Continental, French, Union and Confederate troops – as well as Powhatan Indian tribes – have all walked through these forests, adding to the sense of history that surrounds our community. The area around Patriots Landing has played host to many well-known figures. George and Martha Washington were married in nearby St. Peter’s Parish. President John Tyler’s wife, Letitia Christian, was baptized at the same church.