|Housing in and near Washington, DC|
Guest Houses and Hostels
Adam's Inn, Washington, DC. Bed & Breakfast in the Adams Morgan neighborhood. Five blocks to Green Line Metro Station at Columbia Heights.
American Guest House, 2 locations in Alexandria and Arlington, VA. Hostel. Arlington location walkable to Yellow/Blue Line Metro Station at Pentagon City.
Andrews House, (202) 483-0799. Adams Morgan neighborhood, five blocks to Green Line Metro Station at Columbia Heights.
Center for Educational Design and Communication, Washington, DC. Brookland neighborhood (near Catholic University). Conference center that provides accommodations for social justice groups. Ten blocks to Red Line Metro Station at Brookland-CUA.
Center for Student Missions, (301) 386-4953. Far Northwest DC, far from any Metro stations.
Centro Maria Residence, (202) 635-1697. Women only. Brookland neighborhood, four blocks to Red Line Metro Station at Brookland-CUA.
Columbia Guest House, Washington, DC. Columbia Heights neighborhood. Contact: (202) 265-4006 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Trinity Lutheran, Washington, DC. Hostel accommodations for groups. Judiciary Square neighborhood, one block to Red Line Metro Station at Judiciary Square.
International Guest House, (202) 726-5808. Far Northwest Washington, far from any Metro Stations.
Julie Billiart Residence, 202-232-3300. Dupont Circle neighborhood, 7 blocks from Red Line Dupont Circle.
Kalorama Guest House, 202-667-6369. Adams Morgan neighborhood, 5 blocks to Red Line Woodley Park/Adams Morgan.
The Pilgrimage, 202-387-6615. Dupont Circle neighborhood, 3 blocks to Red line Dupont Circle.
Washington International AYH Youth Hostel. Downtown Washington, DC.
Washington International Student Center, Washington, DC. Hostel in the Adams Morgan neighborhood, five blocks to Red Line Metro Station at Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan.
Washington Seminar Center at Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church, Washington, DC. Group housing only. Capitol Hill neighborhood.
William Penn House, Washington, DC. Conference Center run by Quakers. Capitol Hill neighborhood.
Woodley Park Guest House. Woodley Park neighborhood, one block to Red Line Metro Station at Woodley Park-Zoo/Adams Morgan.
There are no campgrounds located in Washington, DC. The following campgrounds are located in nearby Maryland and Virginia, and are open all-year long. (There are many other campgrounds near DC that are open only in the summer).
Aquia Pines Camp Resort, Stafford, VA. Tent, RV, and cabin. 40 miles from DC.
Cherry Hill RV Park, College Park, MD. Closest RV park to DC, about 12 miles. Cabins also available.
Duncan's Family Campground, Lothian, Maryland. Tent and RV. 22 miles from DC.
Greenbelt Park, Greenbelt, MD. Tent only. Twelve miles from DC.
Lake Fairfax Park, Reston, VA. Tent and RV.
Prince William Forest, Triangle, VA. Tent and RV. 32 miles south of DC.
Ramblin' Pines Campground, Woodbine, MD. Tent, RV, and cabin. 50 miles from DC.
733 Euclid Street NW
Washington, DC 20001