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Buffalo Billiards

Buffalo Billiards

1330 19th St NW
Washington, DC 20036   Directions

(202) 331-7665


Buffalo Billiards is one of Washington, DC's favorite places to shoot some great pool. The regulation tables are strategically spread throughout the venue so that you can catch televised sporting events on any of the several screens throughout the place. In addition to darts, there's also a great menu of burgers, sandwiches and other munchies to enjoy as well as equally enticing selections from the fully-stocked bar.

Mount Vernon Trail

Mount Vernon Trail

Washington, DC

(703) 235-1530


The Mount Vernon Trail is located just across the river from Downtown Washington, DC and is a great multi-use recreation trail. The recreational trail is nearly 18 miles long and it follows the Potomac's Virginia shoreline from Theodore Roosevelt Island to George Washington's Estate located at Mount Vernon. The excellent scenery and consistently well-maintained condition of this paved surface makes the Mount Vernon Trail a favorite of cyclists, hikers and runners.

Potomac Lanes Bowling Center

Potomac Lanes Bowling Center

315 Mcchord St SW
Washington, DC 20032   Directions

(202) 563-1701


Is great bowling right up your alley? Then head to Potomac Lanes Bowling Center for a great game or two. The facility is quite family friendly, with a great game room the kids will enjoy as well as lane bumpers set up by request if you have a young bowler in the family. Great prices, especially during the week, make Bolling an excellent place to bowl for the whole family.

Potomac River

Potomac River

Washington, DC

(703) 548-9027


The Potomac River offers several fine opportunities for water sports and great aquatic fun. Enjoy a day of sailing and get a look at DC from a truly amazing vantage point. There are several marinas on the Southwest Waterfront, Old Town Alexandria, and Arlington that are great starting points for your time on the water. Lessons are available at the Washington Sailing Marina which is located just south of the Reagan National Airport.

Skydive Baltimore

Skydive Baltimore

3536 Aldino Rd
Churchville, MD 21028   Directions

(410) 734-4888


The Capital Crescent Trail

The Capital Crescent Trail

3500 K St NW
Washington, DC 20007   Directions

(202) 234-4874


The Capital Crescent Trail is one of the area's most popular. This 11-mile trail begins in Silver Spring, Maryland, curves westward through Maryland into Washington, DC and ends in the heart of historic Georgetown. Captivating, beautiful scenery marks this as an exceptional recreation trail for walking, hiking and biking.

The Washington Redskins

The Washington Redskins

1600 Fedex Way
Hyattsville, MD 20785   Directions

(301) 276-6800


The Washington Redskins give fans plenty to cheer about season after season. This seminal professional football team played its first game in 1932 and has been tackling its way to the end zone ever since. The sports team is a member of the Eastern Division of the National Football Conference (NFC) and the National Football League (NFL). The team plays at FedExField in Landover, Maryland and keeps its headquarters and training facility at Redskin Park in Ashburn, Virginia. The Redskins have won five NFL championships, has captured ten NFL divisional titles, and six NFL conference championships.

The Washington Wizards

The Washington Wizards

601 F St NW
Washington, DC 20004   Directions

(202) 628-3200


The Washington Wizards are a professional basketball team based in Washington, DC and were previously known as the Washington Bullets. They play in the National Basketball Association (NBA). The team first hit the court in the late 1960s and has seen its share of victories, especially in what is known as the Miracle Season of 1977-78. However, the sports team weathered some tougher times, especially in the late 90s as the team saw its worst performance streak in its history. Still, the games are attended by a faithful legion of fans and the addition of some new players has only bolstered the team's momentum.

Theodore Roosevelt Island

Theodore Roosevelt Island

2900 Virginia Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20037   Directions

(202) 333-9543


Take the plunge just a few minutes away from the heart of downtown Washington, DC by enjoying the various water sports and activities you can find at Theodore Roosevelt Island. Tackle the Potomac's Great Falls or enjoy some good exercise rowing a canoe or kayak. You can bring your own boat or rent one at Thompson Boat Center or Jack's Boathouse near the Georgetown Waterfront.

Tidal Basin

Tidal Basin

Washington, DC

(202) 484-0206


Great family fun awaits at Tidal Basin. Known for it's breathtaking display of white-pink clouds of cherry blossoms in the spring, this is an excellent destination for swimming, fishing and boating that the whole family will enjoy.

Washington Capitals

Washington Capitals

627 N Glebe Rd
Arlington, VA 22203   Directions

(202) 661-5011


Residents of DC love hockey season, and with good reason. When the Washington Capitals hit the ice, the fans know they are in for a great display of speed and agility that is required to get that puck through the other team's goal. The professional sports team is a member of the Southeast Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League. "The Caps," as they are affectionately known, won the 1998 Stanley Cup Finals and have captured six division titles. The 2009-10 Capitals continued that tradition by taking home the franchise's first-ever President's Trophy for the team with the most points at the end of the regular season.

Washington and Old Dominion Trail

Washington and Old Dominion Trail

21293 Smiths Switch Rd
Ashburn, VA 20147   Directions

(703) 729-0596


The Washington and Old Dominion Trail (W&OD or "Wad") is an excellent recreation trail that runs through the Northern Virginia counties. The 45-mile trail is completely paved with nine foot wide asphalt and has a yellow painted center line. To run the whole trail and back means you're looking at a 90-mile trek, but it can be done over the course of two days thanks to the hotels and bed and breakfasts along the trail. The only real complaint from bikers is that there's much traffic most of the time due to the Wad's immense popularity.

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