Welcome to Tregaron!
Our 100-year old woodland park features 13 acres of gardens, meadows, streams, trails and a lily pond. We hope you’ll visit–and return often.
Tregaron is open every day, all day, free of charge.
Pedestrians and leashed dogs are welcome to enjoy the park any time of day.
The Washington International School maintains an adjacent campus at the Estate’s hilltop that is closed to the public.
Please help us maintain our gardens by walking only on trails, footpaths and in open fields, and by staying clear of newly-planted areas.
Please clean up after your pet and dispose of waste in our trash and recycling cans.
Where is the Tregaron Conservancy located?
Tregaron is located in Northwest Washington, DC between the Woodley Park and Cleveland Park neighborhoods. The park has two entrances:
Macomb Entrance, 3100 Macomb Street, NW: gate located just east of the Washington International School’s driveway, one block west of Connecticut Avenue NW (near Cleveland Park Metro Station). Follow signs up the driveway to the woodland trails.
Klingle Entrance, 3000 block of Klingle Road, NW: gate located just east of the intersection of Klingle and Woodley Roads NW.