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Hop on the "This Land is Our Land" Spring Caravan!
Parking Information: Parking inside the city falls into two categories: on street and off street. On street parking is metered and/or time limited. The best time to find on street parking is Sunday; Monday through Saturday, spaces are limited. There are many parking garages, but most downtown are fairly expensive (e.g., $12 or more per day).
Parking outside the city is best at Metro stations that have parking garages. Most of these are located well outside the city. Here is a link to the Metro where you can find out a lot more information about this. Parking at most stations is around $4.50 per day. At some outlying stations like Franconia, it is possible to leave your car for several days. The Metro is by far the best way to get in and out and around D.C.
NOW DC will be based out of Franklin Square Park located along K St and in front of the Koch Brothers' office building. It is convenient to the metro. There is no camping allowed in Federal Parks. Sleeping is allowed on certain sidewalks in DC.
Participants in NOW DC will be responsible for organizing their own accommodations. There may be people choosing to sleep in front of banks or other institutions with signs on their sleeping bags as a form of protest.
The closest cmpground to DC is Cherry Hill Park which has transportation in/out of DC.