There’s nothing more quintessential to a hot summer day than a glass of lemonade. This July, satisfy your summer taste buds on a lemonade stroll!
Whether you’re parched from spending too much time in the sun or looking for something different to zest up your weekend, the Occoquan, Va., Lemonade Stroll on July 20 and 21 has got you covered.
The Occoquan Merchant’s Guild is hosting its sixth annual Lemonade Stroll that weekend, which means participating businesses in the historic Virginia town will serve free lemon treats from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m. Of course, lemonade will be readily available during the town-wide event. Just follow the yellow balloons to find storefronts with tasty lemon treats.
Historic Occoquan in Prince William County, Va., is accessible by boat, train, and car and is only a 45-minute drive south of Washington, D.C. (Courtesy of Potomac Local)
While you’re there, check out the Mill House Museum to explore the town’s local history dating back to the 1700s, treat yourself to a Historic Occoquan self-guided walking tour, or simply explore Potomac waterfront shops.
Historic Occoquan is located just past the Beltway on exit 160. There will be free parking at the event.
Sound off in the comments below: What summer drinks are you sipping to keep the heat away?