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Boating in DC at Key Bridge Boathouse

Recommandé par 48 habitants ·

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Kristina
Kristina
December 5, 2018
Rent a kayak and paddle on the Potomac along the sights of the National Mall
Adam
Adam
September 19, 2018
Rent a canoe and paddle to Teddy Roosevelt Island
Richard
Richard
August 14, 2018
Rent kayaks and paddle boards, and row around on DC's famous Potomac River
Annie
Annie
July 17, 2018
Pack a picnic, go to the boathouse and rent a kayak (double/single) or canoe and paddle around Roosevelt Island (great hiking) and get amazing views of the monuments from the river. Also have Stand Up Paddle boards. Life jackets provided.
Sandra
Sandra
May 27, 2018
Kayak and SUP rental by the hour.

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3500 Water Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20007
Téléphone+1 202-337-9642