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Key Bridge Boathouse Will Open a National Harbor Location

Boating in DC will have kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and pedal boats available for rent.

Standup paddleboard classes will be offered at the National Harbor boathouse. Photograph by Andrew Propp.

In addition to a massive Ferris wheel, this spring National Harbor will get its own boathouse.

Key Bridge Boathouse announced Wednesday night it will open another location in May at 165 Waterfront Street, Fort Washington. The boathouse, called Boating in DC, will offer rentals for kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and pedal boats.

In addition to rentals, Boating in DC will offer standup paddleboard classes similar to those at Key Bridge Boathouse, including SUP Fitness and Yoga Standup Paddleboarding.

When it opens, Boating in DC will be Boston Outdoor Recreation’s third area location. In 2013 the company took over Key Bridge Boathouse in Georgetown and soon after opened a second location at Ball Park Boathouse, the first kayak rental shop on the Anacostia River.

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