About Bull Run
Located in Prince William County with a population of 15, 598 in 2019, Bull Run is home to the First and Second Battles of Bull Run during the Civil War. The First Battle of Bull Run was the largest battle at that point in U.S. history and the first time in history when railroads were used in a battle to transport soldiers, making it easier and faster for soldiers to reach the battle field which helped the Confederates achieve victory.
With its historical significance and proximity to D.C., people find Bull Run a fascinating place to visit, and a convenient place to live. The battle sites along with nearby attractions such as the Bull Run Winery and Splashdown Water Park attract visitors to the area to tour the historical sites and surrounding areas.