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Why Live Here?
Welcome to The Oaks at Park South,where you can experience the convenience of suburban living while being minutes from DC & VA. Oaks at Park South offers a fantastic combination of location, value and convenience. Located just minutes from the National Harbor, you'll love the convenience of nearby dining, shopping, and entertainment. From our spacious apartment homes to our newly-renovated pool, Oaks at Park South has something for everyone! Located just minutes from I 4-95, downtown Washington, D.C., and Andrews Air Force Base. Please call for an appointment today.
  • Recycling
  • Business Center
  • 2 Miles to National Harbor
  • 6 Miles Andrews Air Force Base
  • 24/7 Submit Service Requests Online
  • Gated Access
  • On Metro Bus Lines D12, 14 & P12
  • Open Eat-in Kitchens
  • Breakfast Bar
  • Upgraded Pool & Sundeck
  • Laundry Centers
  • Pet Friendly, No Weight Limit
  • Go Green w/ Southern Ave Metro Rail
  • 24/7 Resident Portal to Pay Rent Online
  • Hardwood Floors Select Apts
  • Upgraded Kitchen/Baths Select Apts
  • Individual Control Heat & Air
Pet Policy
Cats and Dogs are allowed.
Maximum number of pet(s): 2
Restrictions or other terms: Pet Friendly, No Weight Limit. Breed Restrictions: Akita\u2019s, Pit Bulls and Rottweiler\u2019s
Surface Lot
Private, convenient parking throughout the Community
Building Information
  • Units: 210
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 12 Months


About Oxon Hill, MD

Located in the southern part of Prince George's County, Oxon Hill is considered a suburb of Washington, D.C., and sits next to a beautiful 300-acre waterfront development along the Potomac River. This upscale community was once home to 18th century grandeur, and an unusually high population of scientists, many of whom lived in sprawling manors much that of Thomas Addison. Today, the community is a mix of professionals, and young families, and is the perfect blend of charming modernity and historic beauty.