Parks

Four acres of parks in the center of the city.

The neighborhood is home to six national parks and one city park.

Parks in the Golden Triangle:

  • Duke Ellington Park (New Hampshire Avenue, 21st Street, and M Street NW)
  • Farragut Park (17th Street between I and K Streets NW)
  • Longfellow Park (Connecticut Avenue, 18th Street, and M Street NW)
  • Monroe Park (Pennsylvania Avenue, 20th Street, and I Street NW)
  • Murrow Park (Pennsylvania Avenue, 18th Street, and H Street NW)
  • Nuns of the Battlefield Memorial (Rhode Island Avenue and M Street NW)
  • Witherspoon Park (Connecticut Avenue, 18th Street, and N Street NW)

The Golden Triangle BID assists the National Park Service in maintaining Golden Triangle parks by providing a variety of services including:

  • Planting
  • Painting
  • Sweeping
  • Trash/recycling pick-up

Learn more about the Rain Gardens

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