Kingman and Heritage Islands

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

Kingman Island and Heritage Island are islands in Northeast and Southeast Washington, D.C., in the Anacostia River. You can walk from the parking lot across the two bridges to both islands in 15 minutes with kids or you could spend hours exploring both islands! Clean restrooms at the Fields a block closer to the playground. Park at Lot 6 of The Fields at RFK Stadium. The closest parking spots near the entrance are by the bike share.

Kingman and Heritage Islands

Photo by FamilyTripGuides.

Kingman and Heritage Islands

Hours & Tickets

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

Amenities

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

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