Book Hill Park 1699 Wisconsin Ave NW, Washington, DC20007 Book Hill Park provides benches and shade for passers-by and library patrons alike. The hilltop park boasts views of…More nearby Rosslyn and offers a quiet repose from the busy streets of Georgetown. The park is cared for in part by the Friends of Book Hill Park, which was founded in 2000. Book Hill Park is home to an annual Fourth of July Doggy Parade.
Colonial Parking 3222 M St NW, Washington, DC20007 Established in 1953, Colonial Parking is a reliable choice when it comes to parking your car. This location offers…More hourly, daily and monthly parking options, and is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The parking lot is adjacent to the Georgetown Park Mall and has entrances on Wisconsin Avenue and at the corner of NW 32nd and M streets.
Dumbarton Oaks Park 3060 R St NW, Washington, DC20007 Dumbarton Oaks Park is one of the hidden gems in our nation's capital. Known for its tranquil atmosphere, the park is…More defined by a breathtaking landscape of stream, woodland, and meadow and features a stone bridge, waterfalls, pools, various plant species and a garden. The park is managed by the National Park Service.
Park America 1300 19th St NW, Washington, DC20036 Park America provides convenient access to the many shops and restaurants of the Georgetown waterfront. At this indoor…More lot, there is parking available at hourly and monthly rates.
Altman's Parking 3307 M St NW Ste 301, Washington, DC20007 Since 1926, Altman's Parking has been providing customers with reliable parking services. This is an open, outdoor lot…More in the heart of Georgetown.
Georgetown Waterfront Park 3100 K St NW, Washington, DC20007 The Georgetown Waterfront Park spans ten acres along the Potomac River waterfront, between the National Harbour and the…More Key Bridge. The park has walking paths, scenic overlooks and even a meditative labyrinth. Construction of the park, designed by Wallace, Roberts and Todd, began in 2008 and is scheduled to wrap up in 2010.
Francis Scott Key Park 34th St NW & M St NW, Washington, DC20007 A quiet green hideaway sits just feet from the busy intersection leading to the Francis Scott Key Bridge. Vine covered…More columns and shaded benches form the Francis Scott Key Park or "the star spangled banner monument" as a sign at the entrance declares. Part of Rock Creek Park, visitors can take a ranger-lead tour to learn more about this little park.