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Boulder Bridge during autumn. Stop by the Nature Center and pick up a map before heading out on a hike through the Valley Trail.

An Insider’s Guide to Rock Creek Park: The Largest and Oldest Urban Park in America

The National Zoo, Washington DC's 163-acre zoological park set within the Rock Creek National Park, features more than 400 different species of animals. The National Zoo is a part of the Smithsonian Institution and admission is FREE! (There is a fee however, for parking in Zoo lots.)

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Free Camping. Free Campsites and Campgrounds Near You!

This site shows you free campsites anywhere in the world. All you have to do is type in your location :) Map of Free Camping Areas

Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument. Washington DC USA. The 4 of us walked from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capital and then back to our motel. Man did I get a few blisters on my feet, but it was well worth it.

Aerial view of the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument, Washington, DC 1994

Rock Creek. Look for old stone bridge on beach drive

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The Mount Vernon Trail is an 18-mile paved multi-use trail winds alongside the Potomac River from George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate to Theodore Roosevelt Island - great for walking, jogging, or biking

The Mount Vernon Trail is an paved multi-use trail winds alongside the Potomac River from George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate to Theodore Roosevelt Island - great for walking, jogging, or biking

Fort Totten The story: writer Henry Adams’ wife, Clover, committed suicide in 1885 by drinking photography chemicals. He then commissioned Augustus Saint-Gaudens to cast a memorial representing the Buddhist idea of nirvana where there is no joy or sorrow. If there is such thing as funerary art, this is it at its finest. Find it in Section E of Rock Creek Cemetery — which is worth exploring in its own right.

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