Boating In DC at National Harbor

Boating In DC at National Harbor
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Boating In DC at National Harbor is our newest location in DC and we are so excited to be a part of National Harbor's waterfront.

Our staff on the docks are crazy about boating, and are excited to get you started on a water adventure! Enjoy some fitness on the water in a SUP Yoga class, or paddle around on your own to explore the waterfront.

From Washington, DC

Driving to National Harbor is easy, with plenty of parking available!

Take I-295 S, National Harbor exit 1B.

From Maryland

Driving to National Harbor is easy, with plenty of parking available!

Merge onto I-495 / I-95 Capital Beltway - Inner Loop. After Exit 4, stay in the right hand lanes to follow the “local lanes.” Take National Harbor Exit 2A.

From Virginia

Driving to National Harbor is easy, with plenty of parking available!

Merge onto I-495 / I-95 Capital Beltway - Outer Loop. Approaching Woodrow Wilson Bridge, stay in the right hand lanes to take the “local lanes.” Cross Woodrow Wilson Bridge and take National Harbor exit 2A.

Branch Ave Metro Station

Take the NH1 or NH3 Metro Bus - Click here for schedule

Water Taxi

A pretty cool way to show up from the water from Alexandria - right to our dock! Click here for more info.

Bicycle

From Mount Vernon Trail, take the Woodrow Wilson Bridge Trail into National Harbor.

Contact us

  • 165 Waterfront Street, National Harbor, MD 20745
  • click to call us at (202) 337-9642

 

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