Oxon Run Parkway

The Oxon Run Parkway was created by the National Capital Park and Planning Commission. Plans for the area started in 1926 to provide more park space for the people of Washington, D.C. The area started small, but each minuscule land purchase over the years grew it to 150 acres. Oxon Run Parkway officially became a park in 1971, and it is officially run by the National Park Service. Located near the park are Fort Dupont and Foundry Branch while the parkway has wetlands, floodplains, and forests. 

Things to Do

Things To Do Near Oxon Run Parkway

RVers will love the Oxon Run Parkway for its proximity to many significant American landmarks. It's not just full of history, either; visitors can find all sorts of hiking trails, shops, and restaurants, all inspired by different cultures and peoples. Check out the easygoing Oxon Run Trail, or stand in the shadow of the Washington Monument. Those looking to expand their knowledge will feel right at home here.

Hiking Trails

Sightseeing

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Nearby Shops and Restaurants

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How To Get To Oxon Run Parkway

Head northwest on I-695 W. Use the second from the right lane to take Exit 2 for M St SE toward Navy Yard. Use the left lane to turn left onto M St SE, and follow it for about 320 feet. Then, turn left onto 11th St SE. Continue onto Martin Luther King Jr Ave SE. Turn left onto Good Hope Rd SE. Follow for a little over one mile, and turn right onto Naylor Rd SE. Turn right onto Southern Ave SE. Follow it for 1.6 miles. You will pass United Medical Center on the left. Once you see Serenity Rehab and Health on the right, turn right, and the Oxon Run Parkway is straight ahead.  The Oxon Run Parkway is open from dawn until dusk year-round. 

Address

900 Mississippi Ave SE, Washington, D.C., 20032

Fee: Entry Fee (per person) There is no entry fee.

If you have an RV and want to learn about United States history, you'll love the Oxon Run Parkway. The parkway sits nearly in the middle of all the great activities and sites, so you're never too far away from anything interesting. Knowledge is everywhere, and an RV is the perfect way to find it while traveling in comfort.