National Park Service, District of Columbia.
This 376 acre wooded park was once home to an earthen fort built to protect Washington, DC, during the Civil War. Today, visitors can see the fort's earthworks and escape to the great outdoors. Activities include picnics, nature walks, biking, gardening, environmental education, music, and ranger-led programs.
No physical address. Best address to use is as follows; 3600 F Street SE Washington D.C.