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We went kayaking with REI on the Potomac and it was great. You were able to see the Washington Memorial, the back side of the Lincoln Memorial, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, the Watergate Hotel and Theodore Roosevelt Island. There were other kayakers,...More
This is a famous river that runs between Alexandria and Washington DC. Perhaps one of the best big city water features in the city. There are several parks, walking paths along the entire length of the river maybe 3 miles or more, with incredible views...More
The Potomac River is the life line of Washington D.C. area. In downtown Washington D.C., it is the battle ground for area colleges and high schools boating. It is also provide visitors with recreational boating and sightseeing. As for the Waterfronts, the Georgetown Waterfront, the...More
You can see DC and VA. Definitely worth the boat tour bc you can see so much and your vantage point from the river is fantastic! We were able to see the pentagon and where high ranking generals stay along the River as well as...More
Perhaps one of the best big city water features in the country. There are several parks, walking paths along the entire length of the river maybe 3 miles or more, incredible views, C&O canal, Kennedy center, Jefferson Memorial and of course the direct access to...More
Enjoyed a stroll along the river with the cherry blossoms almost at their peak. It is humbling to view the majestic monuments to our great presidents, Washington, Jefferson, and Lincoln from this vantage point. the monuments are especially stunning at night.