East Potomac Golf Course located in the shadow of the Monuments, historic East Potomac Golf Course is a part of the National Park System. East Potomac features three distinct courses with varying features and levels of difficulty. Hosting over 90,000 rounds per year on its courses from residents and tourists alike.
East Potomac Tennis Center. Located on Hains Point, a short walk from the National Mall. The Tennis Center is available year round with both outdoor and indoor courts.
Tidal Basin Paddle Boats. View the Jefferson Memorial and Japanese Cherry Trees from the water. Enjoy a family outing or take a break from touring and soak up some sun in your very own Tidal Basin Paddle Boat in Washington, DC.
East Potomac Aquatic Center. Heated Public Swimming Pool located on Hains Point, next to the Golf Course. Open from Memorial Day to October 2nd. For additional information Click Here to go to the D.C. Dept of Parks and Recreation.(202) 727-6523
Did You Know?
President Wilson saw Lt. George Boyle off on the first U.S. air mail flight, which left from a field behind the present-day FDR Memorial. After going the wrong way for over 20 miles, Boyle crashed his Curtiss Jenny in a Maryland farm field. On his second attempt, Boyle crashed again. Though Boyle survived, he was not permitted a third attempt.