One of the most famous cities on Earth, Washington DC is the capital of the United States and home to some of the country's most important locations and iconic landmarks. Founded back after the American Revolution to become the governmental seat of the newly independent United States of America, DC was named after George Washington himself and is one of the most visited cities on the planet, standing proudly as a symbol of American freedom and liberty, as well as being home to the President of the United States, who resides in the White House.


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DC attracts over 20 million tourists each year from all around the globe and is a particularly significant destination for American travelers due to its powerful history and rich cultural and historic landmarks like the Washington Monument, the Capitol building, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Natural Cathedral, and more. The city is also home to the Smithsonian Institution Building, the legendary Kennedy Center, the historic Georgetown district, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the Potomac River.

Whether you're visiting the touristic hotspots, floating along the Potomac on a kayak, exploring the old streets of Georgetown, or simply appreciating and experience the cultural importance of this special part of America, Washington DC is an amazing place to visit, with many Americans traveling there each year in RVs and staying at the various RV parks nearby. There are several highly rated RV parks to choose from in the DC area, with many of them offering easy access to all the big monuments and points of interest. Read on to learn all about the best RV parks in Washington DC and choose the right location for your next trip to the nation's capital.

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2.Washington DC - Capitol KOA Holiday

Washington DC - Capitol KOA Holiday
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If you don't mind being a little ways out of the city of DC, while still having easy access to all of its landmarks, the Washington DC / Capitol KOA Holiday could be a good option for you. Located in Millersville, not far from other historic locations like Columbia and Annapolis, this KOA RV park and campground continues the classic KOA (Kampgrounds of America) traditions of offering amazing service and lots of excellent amenities.

This is a seasonal RV park, opening from March through to the end of October each year, and has received an impressive 4.5 rating from past guests, so it's one of the better KOA locations to stay at. Amenities at this location include big rig friendly RV sites, a seasonal swimming pool with a lifeguard on duty at all times, lots of outdoor game courts and play areas like a basketball court and ping pong tables, firewood and propane sales, bike rentals, a dog park for your furry friends, high speed internet, shuttle buses into DC each day, lots of shaded areas, and plenty of organized activities like movie nights.

768 Cecil Ave N, Millersville, MD 21108, Phone: 410-923-2771

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3.Cherry Hill Park

Cherry Hill Park
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One of the closest RV parks to central Washington DC, Cherry Hill Park is a great option to choose if you want to really make the most of each day of your trip, visiting key landmarks and locations like the United States Capitol Building, the Lincoln Memorial, the National Mall, and the White House. You can be in and out of DC quite quickly at this RV park, so it's an ideal location for those who don't want to spend lots of time traveling.

Cherry Hill Park is also located in quite a quiet and scenic spot, enjoying nice views all around and a very family-friendly vibe. Tall trees line the park, letting you enjoy plenty of shade and scenic walks, and the amenities are excellent, especially for families and groups of friends. You'll find two heated swimming pools at this RV park, as well as a bus depot area offering shuttles and buses into Downtown DC, organized sightseeing tours, a splash park for the kids, a hot tub to soothe your muscles after a busy day, a round-the-clock cafe offering hot and cold food, a sauna, lots of organized activities like outdoor movie nights and tractor rides, a mini golf course, dog parks, play areas, and so much more.

9800 Cherry Hill Rd, College Park, MD 20740, Phone: 301-664-1762

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Situated at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, FamCamp offers quick and easy access into downtown DC for trips to all the big monuments and landmarks like historic Georgetown and the Lincoln Memorial. As the name suggests, FamCamp is all about families, although couples and solo travelers are also warmly welcomed here too. Everyone can feel at ease at FamCamp, with a very cheerful vibe and laid-back atmosphere being a big part of what makes this RV park so special.

FamCamp has undergone plenty of renovations in recent years to become bigger and better than ever before. It offers full hook-up sites with 30 amp power, water, and sewage for low daily rates of just $30 and features plenty of useful amenities like free high speed internet access, a great games and entertainment room with foosball tables, dart boards, and a flat screen TV, clean restrooms, hot showers, laundry machines, horseshoe pits, a volleyball court in the summer, an outdoor fire pit, picnic tables, and more. This is a pet-friendly RV park too, so you can bring Fido along for some fun and games in the on-site dog parks.

4520 Wheeling Rd, Joint Base Andrews, MD 20735, Phone: 301-981-3279

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3 Best Washington, DC RV Parks