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Photo: Fort Hunt, VA
View on MapFort Hunt, Virginia
part ofGeorge Washington Memorial Parkway, National Park Service
Located only two miles from Mount Vernon, the historical home of George Washington, Fort Hunt Park is a local favorite for picnicking and recreation. ...[more]

Day use and Picnic areas

Has sites with: Electric Hook-up(15), Max Occupants(600), Pets Allowed(Domestic).
GROUP PICNIC AREA(6)
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Photo: FORT WASHINGTON PARK
View on MapFort Washington Park Day Use Facilities, Maryland [1.33miles*]
part ofFort Washington Park, National Park Service
Fort Washington is located 15 miles south of Washington, D.C., along the Potomac River. Part of the National Park Service, it is a local favorite for picnicking...[more]

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Has sites with: Accessible, Max Occupants(150), Pets Allowed(Domestic).
GROUP PICNIC AREA(8)
View on MapFort Washington Park, Maryland [1.42miles*]
National Park Service
Built to defend the river approach to Washington, DC, Fort Washington has stood as silent sentry for over 200 years. As technologies advanced so did Fort...[more]

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BIKINGFISHINGHIKINGWILDLIFE VIEWING

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Camping, Lodging and Day Use
Fort Washington Park Day Use Facilities
Photo: Meadowood Special Recreation Area
View on MapMeadowood Special Recreation Area, Virginia [8.27miles*]
Bureau of Land Management
Meadowood Special Recreation Management Area was established on October 18, 2001 and is located on Mason Neck peninsula in Fairfax County, Virginia. ...[more]

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BIKINGFISHINGHIKINGHISTORIC & CULTURAL SITEHORSEBACK RIDINGHUNTINGINTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSVISITOR CENTERWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapMeadowood Visitor Contact Station, Virginia [8.27miles*]
Bureau of Land Management
Visitor Contact Station on the 800 acres of the Meadowood SRMA on Mason Neck in Fairfax County, Virginia and plans to manage it to provide open space for...[more]

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INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSVISITOR CENTERWILDLIFE VIEWING
Photo: Elizabeth Hartwell Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge
View on MapElizabeth Hartwell Mason Neck National Wildlife Refuge, Virginia [8.33miles*]
Fish and Wildlife Service
Mason Neck NWR was established in 1969 for the protection of nesting, feeding, and roosting habitat for the Bald eagles. It was the first federal refuge...[more]

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HIKINGHUNTINGINTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSWILDLIFE VIEWING
View on MapWood Thrush Trail, Virginia [8.7miles*]
Bureau of Land Management
One mile loop trail on the 800 acres of the Meadowood SRMA on Mason Neck in Fairfax County, Virginia and plans to manage it to provide open space for recreation...[more]

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HIKINGHORSEBACK RIDINGINTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSVISITOR CENTERWILDLIFE VIEWING
Photo: HAINS POINT PICNIC AREA (East Potomac Park)
View on MapHAINS POINT PICNIC AREA (East Potomac Park), District Of Columbia [10.13miles*]
part ofNational Mall & Memorial Parks, National Park Service
Hains Point Picnic Areas are located in East Potomac Park. Reservations for picnic areas (A, B, C, D) are required seven days a week (Sunday through Saturday...[more]

Day use and Picnic areas

Has sites with: Accessible, Max Occupants(75), Pets Allowed(Domestic), Waterfront.
GROUP PICNIC AREA(8)
Photo: Anacostia Museum and Center for African American History and
View on MapAnacostia Museum and Center for African American History and, District Of Columbia [10.66miles*]
Smithsonian Institution
As the Smithsonian Institution's museum of African American history and culture, the Museum explores American history, society, and creative expression...[more]

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HISTORIC & CULTURAL SITEINTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSVISITOR CENTER
View on MapFrederick Douglass National Historic Site, District Of Columbia [10.9miles*]
National Park Service
Walk the halls of Cedar Hill, home of the famed abolitionist Frederick Douglass. Born into slavery, Douglass escaped to spend his life fighting for justice...[more]

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INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMSVISITOR CENTER

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