ⓘ East Potomac Park

East Potomac Park

ⓘ East Potomac Park

East Potomac Park is a park located on a man-made island in the Potomac River in Washington, D.C., in the United States. The park lies southeast of the Jefferson Memorial and the 14th Street Bridge, and the park lies between the Washington Channel and the Potomac River. Amenities in East Potomac Park include the East Potomac Park Golf Course, a miniature golf course, a public swimming pool, tennis courts, and several athletic fields. The park is a popular spot for fishermen, and cyclists, walkers, inline skaters, and runners heavily use the parks roads and paths. A portion of Ohio Drive SW runs along the perimeter of the park.

East Potomac Park is open mostly all the way through the Ohio drive SW. DC circulator national Mall, which began its service in June 2015, offers the best option of public transport to reach East Potomac Park. The nearest thermostat is located on East basin drive SW to the South the Jefferson memorial, which are within easy walking distance of Ohio drive SW and Northern part of the Park. The Metrobus will not serve the Park, and there is no Washington subway station next to the Park. The closest metro station is the Smithsonian station, Independence Avenue SW and 12th street SW, about six blocks from here.

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