Washington, DC attractions top the list of things to do in Camp Springs, MD

Situated right outside the nation’s capital, the Country Inn & Suites in Camp Springs, MD gives guests easy access to the area’s top things to do. You can stroll through the scenic National Harbor, home to charming shops and restaurants, or spend the day conquering roller coasters at Six Flags America. Sports fanatics can head to FedExField to see Washington’s football team play or catch fly balls at Nationals Park. Stay at our hotel for free shuttle service to Branch Avenue Metro Station, which provides extended service to the Washington, DC area.

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6.9 mi / 11.11 km from the hotel
Home of the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Association, this center features local artist exhibits and celebrated musician and actor performances. Check the schedule for special events, including ballroom dancing classes and gallery talks.

Shakespeare Theatre Company

7.66 mi / 12.32 km from the hotel
This theater company takes the Bard's timeless classics and makes them more accessible to a modern audience while maintaining the original language and meaning. Other works are also performed, including pieces by Oscar Wilde and Tennessee Williams.

Joint Base Andrews (Andrews Air Force Base)

1.43 mi / 2.3 km from the hotel
Dubbed the "Gateway to the Capital," this base houses Air Force One and has welcomed several prominent world leaders. Andrews Air Force Base was officially renamed Joint Base Andrews upon merging with the Naval Air Facility Washington in 2009.

Lincoln Park

6.15 mi / 9.89 km from the hotel
The largest of the Capitol Hill Parks, Lincoln Park features a monument dedicated to Abraham Lincoln and another honoring Mary McLeod Bethune, an important civil rights activist and educator.

National Mall

7.42 mi / 11.94 km from the hotel
Stretching from the Lincoln Memorial to the Capitol Building, the National Mall includes some of the country's most famous monuments and attractions, such as the Washington Monument, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and several Smithsonian museums.

Smithsonian's National Zoo & Conservation Biology Institute

10.57 mi / 17 km from the hotel
The National Zoo is home to more than 1,500 animals, including several endangered species. The zoo is renowned for its education and conservation efforts, and its most famous residents are three giant pandas, Tian Tian, Bei Bei, and Mei Xiang.