Georgetown Waterfront Park

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

Georgetown Waterfront Park is a lovely park at the water front in Georgetown with fountains, splash pad in the summer, labyrinth, river steps, pergola and more!

Georgetown Waterfront Park

Georgetown Waterfront Park. Photo by FamilyTripGuides.

Hours & Tickets

  • Hours: Open daily sunrise to sunset
  • Free or Paid: Free
  • Cost: Free
  • Buy Tickets in Advance: No
  • Website: Link


  • Restrooms: No
  • Parking Type: Lot
  • Stroller/Wheelchair Accessible: Yes

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