As president, Theodore Roosevelt was notorious for dragging diplomats and government officials on tough hikes through the area's "wild" lands. Here are just a few ways you can live up to his legacy during your visit.
Things To Do
Walking or Running
Canoeing or Kayaking
If you bring your own craft, you can put it in the water near the footbridge that leads to the island or near the culvert between the two parking lots. If you rent your craft in Georgetown, be prepared to paddle across the wide, busy river.