We meet at our meetinghouse, located on Huguenot Springs Road, off Rt. 60 (Midlothian Turnpike) about 3 1/2 miles west of the village of Midlothian, located south-west of the city of Richmond, Virginia. The street address is:
Midlothian Friends Meeting
2502 Huguenot Springs Road
Midlothian, VA 23113
The meetinghouse is located on Huguenot Springs Road (Rt. 607), about 2 1/2 miles north of Rt. 60 and about 2 miles south of the intersection of Huguenot Springs Road and Robious Road (Rt. 711).
Directions from the north & west in Richmond
We are about a mile from Rt. 288. If coming from the north on Rt. 288, take the Huguenot Trail/Robious Road exit, take a right at the end of the ramp, and go about 1 mile west on Huguenot Trail road to the turnoff for Huguenot Springs Road. Travel 2 miles south on Huguenot Springs Road to the meetinghouse on the right, just after the entrance to the Preserve housing development.
Directions from the south and southwest
From Rt. 288 south, take Rt. 60 (Midlothian Turnpike) west for 2 miles to the turnoff for Huguenot Springs Road on the right.The turnoff is marked by an antiques store called Hallsborough Tavern nestled in some trees at 16300 Midlothian Pike.Turn right on Huguenot Springs Road (Rt. 607). Hallsborough Tavern is nested in some trees, and marks the turnoff onto Huguenot Springs Road. Bethel Baptist Church will be on your left as the first major marker on Huguenot Springs Road.Go north on Huguenot Springs Road for about 2 miles. The road is sinuous, with narrow shoulders, so exercise caution. You will pass the green sign on your left marking the Chesterfield / Powhatan County line (the meetinghouse is in Powhatan County). The county line marker is about 1 mile down Huguenot Springs Road, nestled in pine trees.Finally, the road will dip, and there will be a yellow ‘School Bus Stop’ sign on the right.Turn left into the gravel drive. The meetinghouse is on the left, a grey Cape Cod.
Directions from Baltimore Washington
From Washington, Baltimore, and points north, take I-95 south towards Richmond.
Before you reach the city, exit on I-295 West. I-295 is the top half of our ‘beltway’ around Richmond. It really goes southwest.
Travel on I-295 until it dead ends at the intersection with I-64. Take I-64 West towards Charlottesville. After about a mile, take the first exit off I-64 onto state route 288 south (you can only go one direction). Follow Rt. 288 across the river into Powhatan County. Continue on 288 until the Robious/Huguenot Trail exit. Exit and then bear right at the stoplight at the end of the ramp to go west onto Huguenot Trail.
Go about 1/2 mile and then look for the turnoff onto state route 721 and the Huguenot Springs Cemetery – beware it comes up quickly after exiting Rt. 288. Go about 50 yards until the road ends. Take a left at the stop sign (there’s no road sign).
You are now on Huguenot Springs Road. Go 1.5 miles until the road dips then rises and you see the Preserve sign on the right. We are located at the corner of 2502 Huguenot Springs Road and Preservation Road.
Turn right onto Preservation Road, and then an immediate left into the Meetinghouse driveway.