Find places to go camping in Washington DC
There are state and national parks like Rock Creek Park, National Arboretum, West Potomac Park, East Potomac Park and National Mall Memorial Parks in Washington DC as well as local parks which may offer camping facilities. Campgrounds and RV parks can also be found in nearby areas surrounding the District of Columbia.
Click the map to to locate campgrounds and RV parks in the DC area.
There are untold beautiful places to take the family and camp at campgrounds and RV parks in Washington DC, as well as camp sites all across these United States of America.
So you're going camping in Washington DC. Good choice. There's many great places to camp near Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historic Park, LBJ Memorial Pond, Jefferson Memorial, Fort Dupont Park, The White House and many other areas of interest throughout the state. If you like camping near water you have some excellent choices including Potomac River and Rock Creek.
Find area boating services and information by visiting the All Awesome Boating website which offers details about boating in Washington DC.
Take a camping vacation in DC!
Washington DC Campgrounds and RV parks.
Find a campground including detailed information on campgrounds and RV parks throughout Washington DC. This handy campground locator allows you to search for RV parks and campgrounds within regions of the state, then by cities and attractions within the region.
The Washington DC RV center has a host of information for recreation vehicle travelers. Find new and used RVs and motorhomes for sale. Also find motorhome/RV service and repairs facilities. If you are looking to rent a motorhome in Washington DC you'll find motorhome rentals as well.
For camping gear and tent storage, visit the Washington DC home improvement section of our sister site. Find information about sheds, garages and other storage options.
If you are new to camping, be sure to visit the all about camping page. You'll find tips and ideas for camping trips including trip planning, packing up the gear, setting up camp, safety tips and more. The family camping page offers additional ideas for introducing the entire family to camping. If you have an interest in boating or fishing, click here to visit the AA-Boating website.
So check it all out and take the whole family camping in Washington DC.
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Camping is an adventure. Sleeping bags, campfires, hiking, S'mores, and the smell of breakfast cooking all make memories that often last a lifetime. Grab a tent, or rent an RV, to take the family on a memorable camping trip.