Kayaking is a workout that surrounds you with nature, like chopping down a tree or escaping from a coffin. Look alive with this Groupon.
Choose from Three Options
- $40 for four Groupons, each good for one 60-minute kayak, double-kayak, or paddleboard rental on Monday–Friday (an $80 total value)
- $25 for a 90-minute twilight tour on Monday–Friday (a $45 value)
- $45 for two Groupons, each good for a 90-minute twilight tour on Monday–Friday (a $90 total value). Both vouchers are meant to be redeemed together, making it a tour for two.
Each option includes life jackets, paddles, cushions, and a rundown of safety basics. During the twilight tour, guides lead groups around Teddy Roosevelt Island to explore landmarks and discover trivia from a unique river vantage point.
Boating in DC
From weather-beaten docks that support rows of kayaks in a rainbow of colors, paddlers disembark onto the Potomac, threading through the bridge’s arches and taking in the lush riverside scenery. Nestled along three Potomac River locations, Boating in DC's team of water conquerors is on hand to instruct new kayakers and paddleboarders in taming the river’s gentle waves. Upon returning to shore, guests are invited to make use of the dock’s picnic tables to eat lunch and dry their hair.
It was a great take-off point, and the staff was friendly. The kayaks were in good shape, and everyone seemed happy!Samantha L., Yelp, 8/5/13
A fun way to spend an afternoon and you can't beat the views of Georgetown from the water.Rachel M., Yelp, 8/11/13
99% of 736 customers recommend
“Doing the two hour passes in a double-person kayak allows one to either go on a date for two hours of kayaking or on a double date (or excursion with three friends)...”
“Doing the two hour passes in a double-person kayak allows one to either go on a date for two hours of kayaking or on a double date (or excursion with three friends) for one hour. If you want to see nature, do the two hour trip upstream. For a shorter trip, head downstream toward the monuments.”
“Loved it. Will go back next spring”
“Parking is hard to find”
3500 Water St. NW
Washington, District of Columbia 20007