Another peaceful spot in DC. Walk beside the water and stop by the various monuments. Wish we would have done the paddle boats but there is always next time.
About Potomac Park
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Potomac Park is a long green stretch of riverside park along the National Mall. The Park is divided into two area; West Potomac Park starts from the area near Lincoln Memorials to the Tidal Basin, and the East Potomac Park covers the whole Hains Point...More
Beautiful views and very peaceful. It is great when the weather is good to have a picnic. The views of the monuments are great.
Great for walking and river views, so close to Mall and most memorials you will want to visit. Such a contrast to parks in major urban cities.
We walked a lot in DC and had a lovely walk around the park as part of taking in the sights. We could see the beauty of the cherry blossoms, but it must be gorgeous when they bloom. So many great photo opportunities of the...More
The great park of Washington that includes the major national monuments, leads to the Mall and Congress and of course has the cherry blossom for a short time each year. When living in Washington I take a daily walk from my place in Foggy Bottom...More
I like to come for a walk here.The view is great, across the potomac where you'll see when in summer many people doing water activities. Cherry blossom viewing is also a must here when in season. A nice respite from the busy mall.
The Potomac Park is make up of both the West Potomac Park and the East Potomac Park. My review here is my experience with the East Potomac Park. East Potomac Park is a section of Potomac Park in Washington, D.C., located south of the Jefferson...More