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Tree Walk of Historic Leesburg

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Tree Walk brochure coverLeesburg was founded in 1758 when Nicholas Minor paid John Hough to survey and plat his land into 70 lots. The streets that Hough's plan laid out - including King, Market, North, and Cornwall - still exist today as the street grid of downtown Leesburg. 

These streets are now lined with a wide variety of mature native and exotic trees. The Leesburg Tree Commission has created a Tree Walk of Historic Leesburg, highlighting more than 20 of these trees in a 8-block section of downtown.