Venue Phone: 301.249.6100
Venue Website: https://ccwoodmore.com/
Majestically nestled within the gated community of Woodmore, the Club is rich in history, enveloped in nature, and inspired by a passion for hospitality. Our beautifully conditioned 18-hole course features rolling fairways, challenging greens and spectacular views. Members enjoy casual and gourmet dining in the Palmer Grille and adjacent outdoor patio. With three Har-Tru tennis courts, a multi-deck pool complex, and a year-round social calendar, Woodmore is the ideal home away from home.
Venue Phone: 410-396-7102
Venue Website: https://www.marylandzoo.org/
The Zoo’s mission is to inspire and educate people to join with us in the active support and conservation of wildlife and wild places. The Zoo is committed to serving its communities by engaging people with the wonder of the living world through personal encounters that foster lifelong harmonious relationships with nature.
Venue Website: https://nmaahc.si.edu
The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the only national museum devoted exclusively to the documentation of African American life, history, and culture. It was established by an Act of Congress in 2003, following decades of efforts to promote and highlight the contributions of African Americans. To date, the Museum has collected more than 40,000 artifacts and nearly 100,000 individuals have become members. The Museum opened to the public on September 24, 2016, as the 19th museum of the Smithsonian Institution.
Venue Phone: 301.869.7846
Venue Website: www.sugarloafmd.com
Park Hours: 8 am – Sunset. Gate closes at 6pm (Spring/Summer) / 4 pm (Fall/Winter).
Sugarloaf came by its name because its shape reminded early hunters and pioneers of the sugar loaves common in those days. A Swiss explorer, in 1707, sketched the earliest known map of the mountain. A written account, penned five years later, described a plain atop the mountain and the delicious chestnuts grown by the trees on its flanks. General Braddock, commander of British troops during the French and Indian War, marched his men past the mountain in 1755. Northern and Southern forces alternated in posting lookouts at its summit during the Civil War. Brave wounded and dying soldiers were hospitalized in a log cabin that still stands at the mountain’s foot.
Sugarloaf’s glory days are not all in the past. It has a bright and useful future. Today it is available year-round to the public. Present and future generations may continue to enjoy its natural beauty in all seasons and weather. This was made possible by the vision and persistence of a remarkable couple, Gordon and Louise Strong. For years prior to their deaths, they purposefully gained ownership of the many tracts making up the present property. They created a private organization, Stronghold, Incorporated, in 1946, to ensure that the mountain would continue to serve its purpose of making natural beauty available to all.
Nearly a quarter-million men, women, and children visit Sugarloaf Mountain annually to enjoy its scenic vistas, to picnic at its overlooks, and to hike and ride horseback along its miles of trails. Others come to observe and photograph its plant and animal life. Stronghold Trustees are involved in the program to restore the once-plentiful American chestnut trees, which were swept from the mountain’s flanks by an alien blight in the early 1900s.
Venue Phone: 800-459-8105
Experience D.C. landmarks from a whole new perspective. A dinner cruise in Washington D.C. does just that. Enjoy an upscale dinner cruise on the Potomac as you drift past iconic views like the Jefferson Memorial, Georgetown waterfront, and Lincoln Memorial.
Departing from Pier 4, 580 Water Street SW, Washington DC
Getting here and Parking:
Due to development and construction at the District Wharf, parking near our boats is very limited. We do apologize for the inconvenience. We highly recommend using rideshare whenever possible and we are located just 2 blocks away from the Waterfront Metro (Greenline)
For Drop Off Only – use 580 Water Street SW – this will drop you off right in front of the boarding areas for all of our boats.
For Parking – there is limited street parking in the area as well as a few garages.
Here is the address for the closest parking garage – 1100 4th St SW – this garage is located near the metro and underneath the Safeway Grocery Store – your walk to the boats will be about 1000 steps or 2 blocks.
Another Parking Garage option is at the District Wharf – 1000 Water Street SW
We recommend arriving at the area a little early to secure parking – there are plenty of things to see and do at the District Wharf –
Most of our guests choose elegant, dressy-casual attire