A great place for a walk right in the middle of the river. Lots of trails just watch out for bikes just after you leave the island.
About Theodore Roosevelt Island Park
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Arrived by Metro (Rosslyn) and via Mt Vernon Trial (bike and car can also take you to the bridge). It's a great little get-away place for runners and walkers. A plane flies over every few minutes (so that's why they don't live on this island...More
if you have the opportunity, park along side the GW parkway (free parking) and take the walkway bridge over to TR Island. it's a piece of wilderness in the DC area. trail maps are available and the monument is a treasure hunt. trails are generally...More
Theodore Roosevelt Island is a great spot to visit. His statue is very impressive--the entire area is beautiful. Also, a great place to walk! In fact, we walked from DC to get there. It is awesome.
Teddy Roosevelt Island would be mobbed if it were easier to get to. In fact, finding it by car or bike/on foot is pretty challenging, so it's still a pretty out-of-the-way gem. A small island, TRI is crisscrossed by numerous walking trails, some snaking around...More
I visited this island for a Saturday morning parkrun and on the drive there, it looked like a bit of a swamp. Walking across onto the island though and into the area where the statue is, it seems to be more of a hidden gem....More
This park is on an island in the middle of the Potomac River between DC and Virginia. It is a natural area with dirt paths wandering throughout the area. It is filled with trees, birds, and pure nature. It is very refreshing to be able...More
I am ashamed, we have lived in DC area for years and never made it to the park. It is a nature park with trails for different levels of walkers and joggers. Discovered the history of the Mason family as well as President Roosevelt 's...More
very pleasant walk or bike ride. nice and peaceful park. the saturday we were there the park rangers were having a free art class with all the supplies on hand for painting on canvas.
If you spend the night in DC or near Arlington you are very close walking distance to Roosevelt Island. Entrance to the park is via a bridge from Rossalyn or one can drive and park near the entrance for free but you only get a...More