Friends of Forest Hills Playground

About

Come out to play! Forest Hills Park is a DC Department of Parks and Recreation facility with tennis courts, a baseball field, basketball half-court, amphitheater and a playground that underwent a $1 million renovation in 2014.

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History

Did you know? Forest Hills Park and Playground exist today because of the efforts of neighborhood parents and grandparents going all the way back to the 1930s. The park has been through several changes since then.

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Get Involved

Friends of Forest Hills Playground organizes park cleanups, summer concerts and the famous Forest Hills Halloween Spooktacular. And we need your help! Forest Hills Playground's last event of 2018 was the December 1 playground cleanup. More than 25 adult volunteers and more than a few kids grabbed rakes and brooms, swept up sand and leaves, picked up trash and broken toys, and gave the playground a good scrubbing. Our first event of 2019 will be the spring cleanup, likely in April as part of the Rock Creek Conservancy's Rock Creek Extreme Cleanup. Forest Hills Park is part of the Rock Creek watershed, so everything you do to help keep our park trash free also protects local streams, rivers and wildlife.

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Forest Hills Park is at 32nd and Chesapeake Streets NW in Washington, DC.

Friends of Forest Hills Playground collects donations to pay for park events (concerts, Halloween party) and improvements. Send checks to:

Friends of Forest Hills Playground Inc.
PO Box 42329
Washington, DC 20015