Round Hill is a town in Loudoun County, Virginia, United States. Its population was estimated at 539 in 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau. The town is located at the crossroads of Virginia routes 7 and 719 (Woodgrove Road), approximately 50 miles northwest of Washington, D.C. It was named “Round Hill” for being two miles northeast of a 910-foot hill used during the American Civil War as a signal post by both Confederate and Union troops.
The town has recently been ringed by fast-growing suburbs of Washington, D.C., that have brought thousands of residents to just outside the town. The town’s water and sewer infrastructure is used to serve many of these new developments. The town has a Hometown Festival every year on Memorial Day complete with a parade and many activities to do in the town park as well as outside of it.