Phone: (434) 823-8100 Email: Community Association

Life at Old Trail


There is something to be said for waking up each day in the place you want to be Saturday morning rather than Monday morning. To live in a place where the pace of life and the experiences that capture your spirit are together in a way that makes where you live feel far more like “a home” than “a house.”

Old Trail Businesses

Nestled at the foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains and framed by outstanding views, this New Urbanist Village provides the best in locally owned shops, restaurants, healthcare and personal services. Our businesses can be found in the Village Center, and at the Old Trail Golf Club & Restoration Restaurant  which are open to the public. The Old Trail Village Center and Old Trail Golf Club are open every day with seasonal outdoor entertainment including family movie nights, craft fairs, markets, festivals and special events on glorious weekend days.

Golf & Clubhouse

Old Trail Club

Nestled at the base of the Blue Ridge Mountains and just a few miles west of Charlottesville, Old Trail Golf Club is a public golf club that features an 18 hole championship golf course, practice facilities and full service Clubhouse. The course features bent grass greens and zoysia fairways, and include four sets of tees to appeal to golfers of all playing abilities. In addition to the wonderful design and immaculate conditioning of the course, our professional team is committed to providing our members and daily fee golfers a superior level of customer service.

Restoration, our on-site restaurant and event venue, is a full service facility with indoor and outdoor seating that offers panoramic views of both the mountains and the golf course, as well as outstanding food and beverage options. Restoration is open to the public and welcomes all for lunch, dinner, or Sunday Brunch.

Dining in Old Trail

The dining venues in the Old Trail Village Restaurants is an unparalleled experience with unique food offerings, comfortable atmospheres and outdoor dining spaces with captivating views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Within easy access of the Route 250 / 151 Scenic Byway, Route 240 through the Historic Downtown Crozet, and less than 1 mile off Interstate 64 and several restaurants to choose from.

Parks, Trails and Swim Club

The neighborhoods at Old Trail Village will be linked through a series of interior linear parks getting people out of their cars and on through the community. From front door to deep woods is an easy transition with the combination of sidewalks, community parks and wide open trails that run along the stream beds and through mature forests with a crushed-gravel surfaced trail, good for hiking, biking, running, pushing strollers and the likes. The neighborhood parks can be found with unique social gathering features such as Bocce Court, Community Fire Pit, and unique land forms. At the heart of Old Trail is the Albemarle “Western Park” that is envisioned to be the cornerstone of the community.

Trail Map

Swim Club

The Old Trail Swim Club, is surrounded by breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and is adjacent the future Western Park. The Swim Club is  open seasonally each year and available for all residents in the region, with a unique zero entry edge, snack bar, pavilion to rent for birthdays and family events and a wading pool for infants.

Old Trail Swim Club, LLC
380 Claremont Drive Crozet VA, 22932

Weddings + Catering

Restoration Hall

With the Blue Ridge Mountains in our backyard and a classically elegant interior, Restoration Hall is thrilled to host events of 50-200 guests. From weddings to rehearsal dinners, reunions and showers, we aim to make your experience inside, as beautiful as the views outside.

5494 Golf Drive Crozet, VA 22932


Old Trail Village Center

Old Trail Village is not holding community events at this time due to COVID-19.

Old Trail Village partners with local groups and organizations to host a wide variety of community activities, markets / fairs, charitable events, sporting venues and public safety demonstrations. Partnerships often include sponsorship funding from local businesses, in-kind donations, and sometimes staff support. Follow Old Trail Village on Facebook and Instagram to stay up-to-date on community fun!

Nearby Things to Do

Old Trail Village is located just off Route 250 near the Interstate 64 regional corridor and is a gateway to the Route 151 Scenic Byway, the famous “Brew Ridge Trail”, with a string of Breweries, local food hubs, farmers markets and “pick your own” orchards that support the agritourism of the area. The Village Center is also just 15 minutes from almost a dozen of the area’s most popular Wineries and Cideries of the Monticello Wine Trail. This unique rural enterprising area takes the buy fresh, buy local mantra seriously. In the spring, apple and peach blossom and the colors of fall in the trees dot the landscape. In the winter the activities don’t stop with the Wintergreen Ski Resort just 20 minutes away and many more festivals and events all year round. Follow the links for just a few adventures:

Monticello Wine Trail
Brew Ridge Trail
Crozet, VA
Visit Charlottesville
The Townsman


Albemarle County Public Schools are rated among the top 10% of all school divisions in the State and Western Albemarle Schools are the top rated schools in the County. With Brownsville Elementary, Henley Middle School and Western High School located at the main entrance to Old Trail Village they are all within a short walking or biking distance. Parents can benefit from spending less time traveling back in forth to the schools, which allows your children to participate in the multitude of extra curricular activities without the added stress to the family schedule. Albemarle County Schools were one of only 19 school divisions in the State to earn the VIP Governor's Award for Educational Excellence.