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D.C. Travel & Lodging


Please be aware that this page will be updated on a regular basis as new info is accumulated, so be sure to check back to see our progress!

OAS Travel & Accommodations


Operation American Spring will be a 100% volunteer event. Because it will be an all volunteer event, we will have no budget, so we are all going to have to put ours heads together and come up with a plan.


Trying to get even a million people in DC at one time for more than 1 day (meaning accommodations are needed), let alone 10 million, will be a daunting task, but we MUST make it work. The team here at OAS want to to do as much as possible, so we have put together a resource page to help attendees and volunteers with information on getting around DC and places to stay and any other helpful information. Thanks for reading and we hope to see you on May 16th in Washington DC!


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Getting Around in DC

So folks, it’s already hard enough to find a parking space in DC to begin with and if we're going to expect millions, we are going to have to come up with a plan to get people there, because a million extra cars will definitely not fit in Washington DC. The best idea would be for everyone to park outside the city and take the metro or the bus into DC. For those that would like to try to park in DC, there is a map towards the bottom with local area parking garages.


I would suggest all OAS volunteers and attendees buy the $14 SmarTrip card with a one day metro rail pass (at least for the first day). This pass will let you ride all day long for one price and also includes the metrobus as well. I would also suggest that you get your fare card online at the following link here: and have it sent to you ahead of time. When I went to the Glenn Beck rally, it took over an hour of waiting in line just to get to the fare machine and there were so many people that we all couldn't fit on the train and you had to wait for two or three trains just to get one where you could fit and many were late getting to the event. So buying ahead of time will keep you from having to stand in any line and will save us from having a massive pile up at the metro stations.


Because the rallying points are spread over a large area, having an all day pass will make it easier for people to take the metro from one target point to another, instead of having to walk from the Lincoln Memorial to the US Capitol, which is a LONG WALK! (Please scroll down for maps showing closest metro center to each target point)


DC Metro Website:

DC Metro Interactive Map:


Getting to OAS

Local Airports: Reagan National Airport   Dulles Airport   BWI Airport

Local Train Stations: Amtrak

Local Bus Stations: Metrobus   Greyhound   Amtrak   Peter Pan   Bolt   Washington Deluxe

Area Car Rentals

Local Airport Map

 Area Parking Garage Map

Where to Stay

Area Hotels: Click here to locate hotels in the DC area. Results are sorted by distance with the closest on top.

For people on a budget try one of DC’s Area Campgrounds:

Cherry Hill Park

Duncan's Family Campground

Capitol KOA

Greenbelt Park

Robert C. McDonell Campground   

Burke Lake Park Campgrounds

Target Points and Closest Metro Maps

White House Target Point Map

Lincoln Memorial Target Point Map

United States Capitol Target Point Map

United States Supreme Court Target Point Map

Washington Monument Target Point Map

National Mall Target Point Map

Keep watching this page as it will be updated as more info is accumulated.


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Comment by Marj Powers on February 3, 2014 at 12:46pm

As an American, I'm appreciative of all the efforts being made toward the OAS event!  But, I wanted to know why we must wait until May for this most important American event?  There are so many whispers of an upcoming catastrophic event looming on the near horizon. It would seem like NOW is the time.  Why give several months warning?  Those who could go now could go... others keep joining, until it is a massive demonstration, on May 16th.  Just wondering, as the situation appears to be approaching critical mass.

Comment by bonnie somer on February 3, 2014 at 9:04am

i am looking to ride w/someone i do not know if busses are going but i live in Bergen County, NJ you can reach me at 201 493 0366

Comment by Frank Edward Ritter, Jr. on February 1, 2014 at 12:55pm

I am looking for riders or to ride with some people. We can share expenses, etc. please contact me at: 570-447-0330 cell or 570-546-4937 home. We need to talk logistics and do it as soon as possible.

Comment by Tom Wright on January 28, 2014 at 9:52am

Here are GREAT pictures and explanations of how OAS will work out.

These are good photos about Ukraine's situation  -

 Everyone NEEDS to see these pix. They are very instructive about how life will be in DC.

Comment by Dale Laudenslager on January 27, 2014 at 1:49pm

Yes I mean on purpose, they I mean those in power will not go quietly into the night. we must plan for everything.


Comment by Dale Laudenslager on January 27, 2014 at 1:39pm

What happens if they close the metro. 

Comment by Commonwealth Patriot on January 25, 2014 at 7:08am

Hi All,

As DC Team Leader, I would like you to go to our page for suggestions on where to stay, making reservations, dining options, metro riding and general logistics questions our way. We are here to help all and can save you time and money in your trip, making for a better stay. DMV is very hard to navigate, just ask the truckers that were here in October. 

We have many options for your stay in the DMV, many of which are not advertised or have even been discussed (military bases for military) Please use our DC page and we will answer your questions and/or help you with your plans. 

Thank You


Commonwealth Patriot 

Comment by Thomas Turney on January 23, 2014 at 9:00pm

The link for hotel reservations takes you to a search for April 15/16, hope people aren't reserving those dates. 

Comment by Thomas Turney on January 23, 2014 at 8:55pm

Comment by Christina Latchford on January 23, 2014 at 2:50pm

When I recently traveled Europe I used   It is private rooms to let, or entire apartments, daily/weekly/monthly.  Put in D.C., or whatever area you want to be in, and the listings come up for you to review.   It worked very well for us, and I am considering an apartment for a month that we could probably share with others.

Comment by Patricia Gordon on January 23, 2014 at 1:08pm

A Realtor may know of one. Gloria Sheridan in Leesburg, VA is a Realtor. 202-999-8449

Comment by Dale Laudenslager on January 23, 2014 at 11:47am

Thomas Scheveck the empty building is your idea. I suggest you post it as a new discussion in the main forum. And that were looking for a patriot that may have one to step up.


Comment by Dale Laudenslager on January 23, 2014 at 11:36am

The empty building idea is a very good one, there may be patriot out there that has a building we can use.How do we go about finding one.

Comment by Thomas C Scheveck on January 23, 2014 at 11:07am

Just throwing this out there... Would it be Possible to Find a Building In DC That the GROUP Could LEASE? Month at a Time? Get Donations for this Purpose ONLY, could be used As Office Space, and 3 Hots & A Cot for Participants.

Comment by Christina Latchford on January 23, 2014 at 3:02am

If you are using the Metro/Train,  you can get an APP for your phone on the metro routes, then use it for your trips in/out of D.C.

Comment by Dale Laudenslager on January 22, 2014 at 12:14pm

Staff, the maps on this page are very good it would be handy if there was a print link connected to them.  

Comment by Jessica Gleason on January 22, 2014 at 11:44am

Do we have any truck drivers who own their own Freezer/Refrigerated trucks? Could be a big help for food storage for those who plan on staying. I've already posted to my State Forum, but figured this would be needed for more then one state. :)

Comment by Patricia Gordon on January 21, 2014 at 6:31am

Good Day to all,

Do we have anyone looking at Service Clubs: To name a few: Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions, Moose, Knights of Columbus? Or veterans organizations such as American Legion? YM/YWCA? Researching these organizations in the DC area for parking, accommodations, and general assistance? Researching these organizations around the country for general assistance?

Comment by Bob Root on January 20, 2014 at 10:55pm


Thanks for the information on the oversize parking. I plan to take my truck and billboard (guest book) for people to sign like we did on many occasions including WWII event with the truckers and vets.

Any suggestions what message to put on the billboard?

Comment by Art Skillman on January 20, 2014 at 10:13am

@Tracy: Expenses are a big deal for many. It is up to us to help mitigate them. Car pooling is another example. 

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