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Washington, DC Guide
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The best camping near Washington, DC.

Well kept city parks and nearby state parks make D.C. the ideal urban environment for getting outdoors.


Sheep and their Chickens Farm
Dalis
Dalis: My small farm is located in the Agricultural Reserve of Montgomery County Maryland. Plenty of fields...
Direct book $30/night
Camping on the Farm

Camping on the Farm

100% Recommend – 1 Response
Savannah
Savannah: Awesome host! Great hospitality and flexible with scheduling. There are also some hiking paths. I can'...
Request book $20/night
With nearly 20 percent of Washington D.C covered in parkland, it’s not all business and politics in the U.S. capitol. The area boasts miles of well kept trails, waterways, and green space well suited for urban outdoor adventures. You’d be hard pressed to find a place to camp within the District of Columbia, but you’ll find many options in the surrounding area including Read more...
With nearly 20 percent of Washington D.C covered in parkland, it’s not all business and politics in the U.S. capitol. The area boasts miles of well kept trails, waterways, and green space well suited for urban outdoor adventures. You’d be hard pressed to find a place to camp within the District of Columbia, but you’ll find many options in the surrounding area including Westmoreland State Park, Greenbelt Campground, Bull Run Regional Park, and a number of sites on private land. For a peaceful escape inside the city, visit Rock Creek Park, where you might spot deer, owls, and coyotes while exploring more than 30 miles of hiking trails, horseback riding, or boating. The D.C. area offers endless opportunities for running, hiking, and cycling, including the Capital Crescent Trail, the C&O Canal Trail, and the Mount Vernon Trail. If you feel like getting out on the water, paddle around the Tidal Basin to catch a unique view of the monuments, or canoe or kayak along the Potomac River. Just outside D.C. in Virginia, Great Falls Park is an amazing 800-acre natural oasis filled with waterfalls, hiking trails, and kayaking opportunities.
Button Farm
Steven
Steven: Pitch your tent at the Button Farm, nestled in the midst of Seneca Creek State Park.   Enjoy the...
Direct book $30/night
The Sweetspot for Campers
Jordan
Jordan: My husband and I stayed at this location during the fall season while on our trip in nearby Shenandoah...
Direct book $30/night
Washington D.C. receives about 41 inches of rainfall each year, even more than Seattle.
Final-Lee Here, RV Site
Connie & Ken
Connie & Ken: Chesapeake camping the way it should be, 40 miles south of DC. Pull thru and hook up to 30 amps and...
Direct book $45/night
Hazel River Campsite

Hazel River Campsite

88% Recommend – 16 Responses
Michael
Michael: One of the best camping experiences I have had in a while! As someone who likes any form of camping - ...
Request book $40/night
Rock Creek Park, in the District’s northwest section, is the third oldest national park in the United States.
Kitts Marsh on Patuxent River
Michael
Michael: Do whatever you can to get over to Kitts Marsh! It is the most incredible spot for a weekend (or week)...
Request book $120/night
Getting Back to Nature
Tim
Tim: You can put up your tent and build a fire in the fire ring. My small cabin is with a few feet of your...
Direct book $25/night
Native Algonquin people known as the Nacotchtank are believed to be the earliest settlers of modern day District of Columbia.
Near Historic Fredericksburg
Shawn
Shawn: Pitch your tent and sleep here after exploring all Fredericksburg has to offer in terms of hiking,...
Direct book $30/night
Sinclair's Mill
Daniel
Daniel: Sinclair's Mill is 23 acres of pristine woods and fields located on Lake Jackson near Manassas, Va....
Direct book $40/night
The Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History sees more visitors than any other natural history museum in the world.
Meadow Land
Angela
Angela: If you are looking for lots of open space with a 360 degree view of the sky then this is the place for...
Direct book $40/night
Black Pine Pond

Black Pine Pond

100% Recommend – 1 Response
Mark
Mark: Black Pine Pond is an excellent place to camp. We were greeted by Aaron upon arrival and given multipl...
Direct book $40/night
Two U.S. presidents—Herbert Hoover and John Quincy Adams—kept pet alligators in the White House.
Campo Verde
fernando
Fernando: Relax in your tent in our secret pine tree garden area. Its a one minute walk to the pool area and...
Direct book $40/night
(Sub)urban Garden Villa
Sylvia
Sylvia: Pitch your tent under the stars in my backyard. Natural suburban setting in cottage garden with access...
Request book $50/night
Pottersfield
David
David: A backyard (way backyard) bonfire setting. Wilderness surroundings and farm style setup. Horseback...
Direct book $50/night
Enchanted Fields
Stefanie
Stefanie: Pitch your tent and come rest awhile among the relaxed whimsy of our horse farm. Within a 2 mile hike,...
Request book $50/night
Final-Lee Here, Tent Camping
Hannah
Hannah: Connie & Ken were absolutely wonderful hosts! We had a late check in and it was cold, so they made su...
Request book $35/night
de VillaRama (dVR)
Henry
Henry: Pitch your tent on any of our campsites and have the privacy like you are in a Virginia forest, but...
Request book $50/night
Camping at Beechwood View Farm
Robin
Robin: Pitch your tent in one of the beautiful areas of our farm: open field, secluded forest, or...
Direct book $50/night
CATAWAY
Justin
Justin: CATAWAY is a land-base for anyone who wants to grow outside of the city and live in a village on the...
Direct book $120/night