It's mostly located under the 495 bridge. The bathrooms are located here, and there's signs telling you about the park. It kind of feels weird being in a park and there's all this traffic whizzing by overhead. There's a lot of basketball courts in this area of the park. It best is to come here on a bike. Many trails here to explore.
The park is framed on the west by the Woodrow Wilson Bridge; the basketball court under the bridge is one of the most unique spots in the region to play ball. Hours: 6 a.m.-10 p.m. Fee: None Size: Approximately 65 acres Great for: Canoe/kayak launch, community garden, historic lighthouse, two playgrounds (ages 5 and under and ages 6-10), basketball courts
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There are 2 playgrounds, ball field, basketball court, fishing, canoe launch, and hiking trails. The Mount Vernon Trail goes right through the park. You can get some great views of the water taxi, the Potomac River and Maryland across the river. The park is located underneath the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge in Alexandria.
Jones Point Park is located on the southern edge of Old Town Alexandria underneath the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. By Car. From the northbound lanes of Washington Street (the George Washington Memorial Parkway) turn right on Green Street. Drive two blocks, then turn right onto South Royal Street.
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With plenty of street parking, Windmill Hill Park is a great place for a family outing. Enjoy the swing set overlooking the river or venture onto the dock with views of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. Park Features: Basketball court, playground, riverfront seating, and sand volleyball. Back to the top. Mount Vernon Trail
Jones Point Park, under the Woodrow Wilson Bridge in Alexandria. A porthole through which you can see the southernmost cornerstone of the District of Columbia, laid in 1791.
In addition to the soaring Woodrow Wilson Bridge, one of the first things you’ll notice about the park is the number of athletic activities occuring. You’ll see people playing basketball on the two basketball courts. You’ll see an incredible number of people practicing boxing. You’ll also see people participating in group exercises like yoga.
Excellent to have basketball courts under the comfortable shade of the highway, a lovely playground, restrooms, river access for canoes and kayaks, and a fishing pier. The lighthouse structure has been restored and has interesting historical displays. Date of experience: August 2015.