This small, lovely park in northwest Washington is popular with runners and dog owners. In fact, in recent years, the 57-acre ... More
Battery Kemble Park
This small, lovely park in northwest Washington is popular with runners and dog owners. In fact, in recent years, the 57-acre park has become an off-leash park-dogs can run here, play with other dogs, and even splash a little. The New York Times has described the park's woods as reminiscent of Vermont. This park, the site of a two-gun battery during the Civil War, is a wonderful place to enjoy the outdoors and stays surprisingly cool even in the summer months.
Great park, great trails, with dog owners coming and going in the concentrated flat parking area. Despite the exaggeration of 8k feral dogs in one park, let alone within the capital beltway, (unless the NPS killed them all in the last 5 years), they can be avoided.
If you hate dogs, do not go to this park--there must be 8,000 feral dogs who live there off of picnickers' scraps and by chasing small, unattended children. But, if that's your thing, it's a small, beautiful woods with a nice creek running through it. Great cross-country trail, too.
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