Anacostia River Explorers
RiverSmart Educational Boat Tours
Join Anacostia River Explorers to learn about the Anacostia River’s history, wildlife, the environmental threats it faces, and the solutions helping it realize its full potential. These free, guided pontoon boat tours launch from a variety of locations up and down the Anacostia River, and are funded by the District’s disposable bag fee. Public and private tours are available. Email us to set up date and time.
Who can go on Anacostia River Explorers? Pretty much everyone: tours can accommodate minors (K – 12) with chaperones, the vessel is wheelchair accessible (as are some of the launching locations, see below), and those needing translation services are welcome but should request such in advance.
Where do they leave from? Tours leave from a variety of locations up and down the Anacostia. Check out this map for a list of the main launching locations, which include:
· Anacostia Park
· Diamond Teague Park (Always wheelchair accessible)
· Kenilworth Park
How many people can go on the tour? Each tour can take 20 people.
How much does it cost? All tours are free courtesy of DOEE through the plastic bag fee.
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