Tregaron Conservancy

Map Location
3100 Macomb St NW, Washington, DC 20008

Tregaron’s historic 20-acre woodland park features trails, wild gardens, open fields, meadows, and a lily pond. The park is open to the public every day, free of charge. Trails are mulched and some feature rustic stairways and stepping stones.


Getting Here

Tregaron is located in Northwest Washington, DC between the Woodley Park and Cleveland Park neighborhoods, with two main entrances:

Macomb Street Entrance, 3100 Macomb Street, NW: gate/walkway located just east of the Washington International School (WIS) driveway, one long block west of Connecticut Avenue NW. Follow the path, turn left up the side of the driveway, and follow signs to the Conservancy’s trails.

Klingle Road Entrance, 3000 block Klingle Road, NW (GPS address: use 3031 Klingle Road NW, entrance is across the street): gate/stairway located just east of the intersection of Klingle and Woodley Roads NW.

Metro Access

Tregaron is located near the Cleveland Park Station (Red Line). It is convenient to Metro bus routes via Connecticut Avenue and Woodley Road NW.


No parking is permitted for Conservancy visitors on the Washington International School driveway. Two-hour parking is available on nearby streets. Two-hour parking restrictions do not apply to vehicles displaying Zone 3 parking permits. For more information, click here.

Plan Your Footwear

Terrain may be uneven. Sturdy, closed-toed walking shoes are recommended.

No Restrooms

The Conservancy does not have restrooms. The nearest restrooms are at Starbucks on Connecticut Avenue NW across from the National Zoo.


Dogs must be leashed on the property at all times,

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