Local Businesses Near Quantico Marine Corps Base


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Day Care near Quantico Marine Corps Base

Day Care and Preschool Academy

Star Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church | Triangle, Virginia 22172-0409

Phone: (703) 221-3888 | www.StarBethlehem.org

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13885 Hedgewood Drive, Suite 121
Woodbridge, VA 22193

Phone: 571-285-4972



Day Care and Preschool Academy

Star Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church


Star Bethlehem Missionary Baptist Church has a day care center close to Quantico Marine Corps Base. The church also has an accredited preschool close to Quantico.


P.O. Box 409, Triangle, Virginia 22172

Phone: (703) 221-3888

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Email: admin@starbethlehem.org

Hair Salon near Quantico Marine Corps Base


Master Salons

13885 Hedgewood Drive, Suite 121 Woodbridge, VA 22193

Phone: 571-285-4972



Alma Wyatt – 10% military discount


Book Appointment


Mburo’s Salon – Mburo Jalloh

Phone: (571) 278-9153

Email: mburo@mastersalons.biz


Helania – Glamrus Hair @ Master Salons

Phone: (703) 565-6942


Email: GlamrusHairStudio@gmail.com


Lareyse Thompson

Phone: (703) 861-4726

Email: laryse@mastersalons.biz


Chris Cross – Zen Hair Studio

Phone: (703) 927-5184



Kimberly Lukas - Certified Hair Colorist

Phone: (703) 969-7938

Email: lukas5@verizon.net


Cathy Antoniou – Master Aesthetician

Phone:(571) 286-7934



Antwon Jones – the Barber

Phone: (571) 201-4202

Email: ajaybarber@mastersalons.biz



Car Dealership near Quantico Marine Base

Brown's Alexandria Mazda


7400 Richmond Highway Alexandria VA 22306

Phone (703) 660-8400


Brown's Salutes You!

Dental Office near Quantico Marine Base

Dental Association of Northern Virginia

Michael Wortman, D.D.S.
Stephen Price, D.D.S.


5417-D Backlick Rd. Springfield, VA 22151

Phone: (703) 750-9404



Used Car Dealer near Quantico Marine Base

C.R. Garland Auto Sales


Clyde R. Garland Sr.

98 Fleming Street Fredericksburg, VA  22408

Email: garlandcr@aol.com 

Phone: 540-842-8895



Dentist near Quantico Marine Base

Reflection Dental, Dentistry for the Entire Family

Qais Musmar, D.D.S.

6546 Little River Turnpike Alexandria, VA 22312

Phone: (703) 256-3313





In Home & Office Rug Cleaning Services


Phone: 703-836-1111


Michael Wortman, DDS
Stephen Price, DDS


5417-D Backlick Rd. Springfield, VA 22151

Phone: (703) 750-9404


(540) 842-8895


Marine Corps Base Quantico

Quantico Station (its Census Bureau name designation) straddles Prince William and Stafford counties, in Virginia, and serves as the primary training, and research and development, location for The Marine Corps, the Federal Bureau of Investigation Academy, and the Drug Enforcement Administration. It is also the site of the Marine Corps Brig. The name “Quantico” is derived from the Native American tribe, the Pawtowmacks, and translates roughly to “by the large stream,” in reference to the Potomac River, which flanks the 100 square mile base to the east. Historically, the site had been a port along the river route to accommodate tobacco shipping and miscellaneous transport. Although Quantico was a naval base in the Revolutionary War, the Marine Corps’ presence dates back to 1816. The current Marine Corps Systems Command is the former site of a Confederate Army gun battery in use during the Civil War.


During the Reconstruction Era, the region featured the railroad in addition to river passage. Railroading converted the town into a major inland thoroughfare, connecting it to eastern city centers. The confluence of several railroad lines furthered this expansion. Quantico evolved into a fishery and shipyard, but hadn’t yet begun in its current role as a military base until commissioned as a Marine Barracks in 1917, concurrent with World War One. As of World War Two, the federal government expanded Quantico by over 50,000 acres for use in training maneuvers.