East Potomac Park - Hains Point

Park in Washington, DC | Outdoors | For Kids of All Ages

East Potomac Park is a National Park Service park which is actually an island where the Potomac River, Washington Channel and Anacostia River all come together. Hains Point is the southern tip named for the US Army Corps of Engineer who designed the Tidal Basin. 2 Playgrounds, picnic pavilions and an approx. 3 mile loop great for walking, cycling, roller skating or with a stroller because all paved. Check out more at the link below.

East Potomac Park - Hains Point

East Potomac Park - Hains Point. Photo by FamilyTripGuides.

Hours & Tickets

  • Hours: Daily 7 AM to Midnight
  • Free or Paid: Free
  • Cost: Free
  • Buy Tickets in Advance: No
  • Website: Link


  • Restrooms: Yes
  • Parking Type: Lot
  • Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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