Partner Event: Paddle Night at Kenilworth Park
- Kenilworth Park 4000 Deane St NE, Washington, DC (map)
Come discover the Anacostia by joining Anacostia Watershed Society at a FREE Paddle Night on the Anacostia! Anacostia Watershed Society provides the canoes, life jackets, paddles, and safety lesson: everything you’ll need to have a great paddling experience. The event starts at 5 and runs until 7:30. The events are first-come first-served, so come early for a better chance of getting out on the water.
Kenilworth Park is one of the best places to see a quieter and more serene Anacostia River. Because this site right next door to the Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens, the plant and wildlife here is abundant. Experience for yourself the fun that can be had in this special spot on the Anacostia River.
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