Washington, DC Bubbles with Parks

Charming Parks in Washington, DC

Washington will wow you with several options of parks. Whether you are looking to picnic, hike, or enjoy the scenic environs, you will have several options of parks to do just that. Some of them include the following. More about Washington, DC can be seen here.

Georgetown Waterfront Park

The Georgetown Waterfront Park provides a gorgeous view at dusk when the Kennedy Center lights glow across the Potomac River. During the day, kiddos will love the play areas and open space. Click here to read about Top-Rated Attractions in Washington, DC.

Rock Creek Park

With 1,674 acres, Rock Creek Park is one of America’s largest and oldest city parks, so it’s worth a visit. Start at the Nature Center for ranger-led educational programs, and don’t miss the accessible half-mile Woodland Trail for aspiring hikers.

Canal Park

While offering one of the best ice skating rinks in the D.C. area, Canal Park also comes with three acres of seasonal markets, dancing fountains (in the summer), and family events. The Northern Block of the park is perfect for picnics and lawn games, while the Middle Block comes with benches with A/C power for laptops and mobile devices. The Southern Block is also worth a visit if hungry as there are various places for eating.