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1. Rose Park Basketball Court

2 reviews
Rose Park Basketball Court
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Washington, DC 20007

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2. Basketball Court

5 reviews
Basketball Court
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Washington, DC 20019

Telephone: (202) 472-3884

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Frank Harris: Hey a beautiful piece of land that is anacostia Park

International Idiot: Pog

Raja Bandi: Nice courts.

3. White House Basketball Court

42 reviews
White House Basketball Court
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20500

Schedule: Temporarily closed

Telephone: (202) 456-1414

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Ameer Bahaddin: It's great

Ryan So: Best place

Irfan Khan: Nice

Prof Yeah: Nice

4. Turkey Thicket Basketball Court

7 reviews
Turkey Thicket Basketball Court
Facilities
4.3
Services
5
Prices
4
Parking
4.2
Wifi
5

Address: 1100 Michigan Ave NE, Washington, DC 20017

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 9AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 576-6414

Guy: Basketball court


Review: "New rims and baskets."

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Freddie Dunn: New rims and baskets. All types of programming for the kiddies. A track for walking or running. A playground for the kids, and a workout area for adults outside. Turkey thicket is a nice place to exercise or relax, and recreation center has a pool, a workout room, and various game rooms in addition to a basketball court / volleyball court.

Aaron Johnson: The facility is great, but we have had multiple bad encounters with the staff. They will commonly gratuitously order you to do things in the pool that are not on the rule board. Power tripping.

5. Stead Park

257 reviews
Stead Park
Facilities
4.9
Services
4.3
Prices
4.8
Parking
4.9
Wifi
4

Address: 1625 P St NW, Washington, DC 20036

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 9PM ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 673-4465

Guy: Park


Review: "Basketball court, playground, soccer field."

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Dennis A. Trammell Jr.: Climbing wall. 2 playgrounds. Basketball court. Huge turf field. Splash pad. This park was amazing.

James Reid: Really excellent spray park that has a great playground too. There's a lot of places to sit and eat too!

Dacian Reece-Stremțan: Great park with good playgrounds for all ages, basketball court and soccer field in the back. Also the staff is great there.

Kisha Bridges-Ward: In the 70's I use 2 play on this playground, they've upgraded alot, nevertheless, I took my granddaughter ❤️ & we have an adventurous time 2gether.

Kathleen Filipiak-Millbrook: Clean and not crowded. Very cool climbing walls.

Saemi Ledermann: Needs updates. Spray park closed all of summer 2022.

Carissa Espinosa: This is a nice park, but does not have as much variety in equipment as the Kennedy Recreation park that is also relatively nearby. The rock climbing wall is missing several grips, which basically makes it impossible for children to climb. My daughter (4 years old) did enjoy the climbing steps with a chain and the pole ladder. Could use some minor repairs, but otherwise a nice playground. The "big kid" area here seems appropriate for late preschoolers (ages 4 and 5) through elementary school. The little kid area is more for toddlers.

Robert Rounds: Nice, convenient facility with lighted artificial turf surface (large enough for a pickup soccer game) and permitech "track" suitable for jogging. Separate play grounds with swings, slides, and climbing structures. Small picnic area, bball court and toilets. Good place for kids to let loose. Pets not allowed on playing field ( sadly that doesn't stop some dog owners.

Mighty Rasing: Great park for kids to play and move.

Adam Kent: Play structures need maintenance or the planned full renovation to go ahead. No shade structure over big kids area. Swing is broken and has been removed. Climbing wall in disrepair. Splash pad area is also in full sun and needs many jets repaired. The little oval area is nice for a picnic though.

6. Kingsman Field Basketball Courts

2 reviews
Kingsman Field Basketball Courts
Facilities
4.9
Services
4.7
Prices
4.1
Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.9

Address: D St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

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Sam Odle: Public, fenced in full basketball court next to the park. 🏀 🏀Pros: high quality baskets, completely fenced in, benches, full court area.Cons: only two nets so most likely there will already be two half court games going on, paint lines are pretty faded

7. Powell Recreation Center

31 reviews
Powell Recreation Center
Facilities
4
Services
4.2
Prices
4.5
Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.5

Address: 3149 16th St NW, Washington, DC 20010

Guy: Park


Review: "... tennis courts that are available more often than one would think!"

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Muhammad Abdullah: Decent, but can do better

Mike Samras: Not great. Pretty dirty and littered.

Jerry Adkins: A very nice ball field.

Nicolas Durand: Stunning!

Meg Durcan: Two tennis courts that are available more often than one would think!

Tommie Crump: It lets me to remember where I went

m rivera: Nice playground for children.

Andre Carroll: Fantastic

John Kupik: Nice to visit

Elisha Bridges: Fun

8. Lafayette-Pointer Park and Recreation Center

135 reviews
Lafayette-Pointer Park and Recreation Center
Facilities
4.4
Services
4.9
Prices
4
Parking
4.8
Wifi
4.7

Address: 5900 33rd St., NW, Quesada St NW, Washington, DC 20015

Schedule: Open ⋅ Closes 10PM

Telephone: (202) 282-2206

Guy: Park


Review: "Basketball court and ping pong table as well"

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Samantha Fien-Helfman: Grew up going to Lafayette park and brought my niece a few weeks back. Was pleasantly surprised to see how much it's improved since I was a child - she loves the variety of equipment and there are truly options for all ages. There's also a fourth playground on the lower level (to the left if facing the school entrance) and in the back, facing the field closer to northampton street.

LaTia Poole: Really nice, has a tennis court, basketball court, and the best is the super tall tunnel slide. There's another smaller playground in the back for younger kids that's fenced in. There's also nice areas surrounding to relax, let your kiddies and doggies run free, and a little "forest" that the kids can explore.

Marty Wrin: Great park with lots of equipment for children. Most is for 5-12 but there is also a 2-5 area for the younger ones.

Sanjay Pingali: Some of the tennis courts had cracks, but otherwise seemed like a nice place

Solene Fabios: Lovely hilly park with lots of playground options! Some trees, quiet.

Hamed D: Just a fantastic modern playground (actually four ) and rec center in NW DC. So many options for running and actives for toddlers up to teenagers .. definitely a destination worth trying if ur from VA or MD !

christian johnson: Incredible public playground, one of the best in DC

Juan Pablo Risso: You can find lots of attractions at Lafayette Park. Playground, basketball, tennis are just some of them. Best of all, afterwards, you can enjoy some ice cream at The Broad Branch Market! Enjoy!

Lelia Moors: It's a neighborhood gathering place, with playgrounds for different age groups of children, and a water play area for hot days. Lots of open grass areas for dogs to run, benches to sit and talk or just watch the children, tennis courts... what's not to love?

Stuart Miles-McLean: I didn't actually go into the recreation center building itself, but the basketball court and the tennis courts and the walking trails and ball fields were all very busy with lots of people lots.

9. Monroe Court

2 reviews
Monroe Court
Facilities
5
Services
5
Prices
5
Parking
5
Wifi
5

Address: Washington, DC 20052

Schedule: Open 24 hours

Telephone: (202) 994-1000

Guy: Park


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gw1821: Monroe Court at The George Washington University is a beautiful outdoor space with flowering cherry trees, benches and a central fountain. It is located in Foggy Bottom just south of Midcampus Walk and immediately north of Monroe Hall.

Andrew Sharp: Gorgeous little park hidden in the center of George Washington University

10. Dakota Playground

95 reviews
Dakota Playground
Facilities
4.5
Services
4.3
Prices
4.7
Parking
4.4
Wifi
5

Address: Washington, DC 20018

Schedule: Closes soon ⋅ 9PM ⋅ Opens 6:30AM Thu

Guy: Park


Review: "Great spot to host a cookout , basketball court is near too!"

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Sassy Sauce: Great park for big and small kids. They play areas are separate so that’s good if you have little ones learning to play independently or learning to share and play with others. The playground is clean. It’s easy to find parking on the weekends. The picnic area is shaded and has 2 large tables and plenty of benches for parties and barbecues.

Andres Mendoza: Pretty good park here in NE DC with 2 full signle rim basketball courts. The also have tennis courts 2 playground areas for the kids and a grass area where you can run around. I like to bring the kids to this park because there is something for all of them to do.

Prince “Kinggunna” Young: Great spot to host a cookout , basketball court is near too!

Guy Edwards: Very cool local park with exercise area for pull ups, dips etc, covered area for eating, basketball courts with youth clases and pick up games at the weekend and shaded areas for relaxing. Lots of new saplings planted too to help folks enjoy park even more and provide additional environmental services. Short ride from Rhode Island metro

Veda: We had a great time and the group of people that were on celebration invited us to join in! Always a fun place to take the kids to play on the playgrounds! Basketball courts are also there!

Shareffe Boone: Seems to be a great space for kids families hosting cookouts and other outdoor events

Marv- O: great place to catch a basketball game! it has a playground for kids. and a nice little sit down area. riffraff does appear sometimes though at any given time of the day.

Edward Hill: Nice place to have family gatherings. Highly recommended

Sherell Martin: What child doesn't like the playground? This is a cool spot to run them pounds off kids!

Monica Trice: This was my first time at this park an it was very nice an peaceful an clean an will be back to visit.

11. Goodman League

86 reviews
Goodman League
Facilities
4.3
Services
4.1
Prices
4.3
Parking
4.6
Wifi
4.1

Address: 1230 Sumner Rd SE, Washington, DC 20020

Guy: Basketball court


Review: "Best summer basketball in the city."

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Ashley Kelley: Love their games.. It's peaceful and the guys really play their hearts out. Love Black Men and men working together.

Lee M: Good basketball. Great atmosphere. Just don’t come down complaining. You will be an example. Great DC tradition

Benjamin Carney: The George Goodman League is the best "I Mean Best" summer basketball league in the country. There's nothing but love inside those gates...."Move'em"

Jeff W: Great for the community. Not for the weak. Even the fans go hard. Concession game on 1000% Again, if you're protective and like sheltering people I would not rush to go here... but then again I would rush to figure out why I am that way so move accordingly.

Wendell Sorrell: I fly in every year from Denver Colorado to be a part of a Good Ole Goodman League experience!!! I hook up with my season ticket holders, my main man Jake Baldwin, and Mr. Brown( Uncle Rick). As soon as I walk in the gates my main man M.R. says "Hey Big Nurse" he's one of a kind, he always acknowledges me and everybody who comes through them Gates!!! It's a once-in-a-lifetime experience it's a once-in-a-lifetime experience . That's my vacation time, cause I was born and raised in the City where Dreams Come True!!! MOVE 'EM!!!!!

Kevin Adams: BEST PLACE EVER TO BE ENTERTAINED AND ENJOY BASKETBALL GAMES FOR FREE!!!

Dion Thomas: Best place to watch a game have a beer and take a hit nothing else come close to the games inside the gates

Pyrexx P: Nice games good vibes

Mike Wilson: The atmosphere is great the games are great and the people are great I love the Goodman league great basketball

10 Different: Because I won

12. Turtle Park

163 reviews
Turtle Park
Facilities
4.1
Services
4.7
Prices
4.5
Parking
4.1
Wifi
4.2

Address: 45th St NW & Van Ness Street NW, Washington, DC 20016

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 7AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 282-2198

Guy: Park


Review: "Basketball and tennis and a playground area."

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beyondTabu: The water is now on for Memorial Day. Much needed for this heat! Lots for the different ages to spend hours including baseball, tennis and basketball. Toddler areas and bathrooms are well maintained and lots of stray toys to keep them busy as well.

James Douglass: This has been a wonderful park to visit over the years. There are picnic tables for gatherings, two playgrounds for smaller and older kids, bathrooms and community center, and a baseball field.

nan bronder: My grandkids favorite park. Activities for all ages from 1 to 65. Tennis, basketball, splash pad and big, fenced clean playground.

Andrea Gaitan: After the renovations, it just got better. Very nice park, there is a playground, two tennis courts, one basketball court and a baseball field. The community center has bathrooms and the sprinklers are on during the summer which has always been really great for the kids.

Monica Arciga: This is a nice playground with two play areas. One area is enclosed for smaller kids and the other area is for the older kids. The enclosed play area has a large sand lot. There are plenty of benches and shadey spots to watch your children play or have a picnic. Adjacent is an open field, a basketball court, and tennis courts. There are bathrooms in the recreation center on the grounds. There is free street parking available.

E P: Nice park, with a fenced-in section for younger kids. Parking is hit and miss, it may be a bit difficult during popular times. Can get a bit crowded, usually not an issue but with note that the vast majority of people and kids were not wearing masks.

Sean V: Open to the public. Has many things to do here. If you're trying to improve your softball or baseball skills, they have hitting cages. 4 fields are tied together, so it is a bit crowded.

Jane Sta: Safe place for kids to play. In summer, kids can enjoy the waterjets, there's a basketball court, baseball field, two tennis courts and a nice playground.

Philippine RENAULT: Nice playground for the youngest children and bigger ones.

Alexander Taft: This is a great park for all ages. Kudos especially to the very clean and kid friendly bathrooms!

13. Langdon Park Recreation Center

448 reviews
Langdon Park Recreation Center
Facilities
4.4
Services
4
Prices
4.2
Parking
4.5
Wifi
4.2

Address: 2901 20th St NE, Washington, DC 20018

Schedule: Closed ⋅ Opens 8:30AM Thu

Telephone: (202) 576-6595

Guy: Park


Review: "There are basketball courts and a skate area."

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Nils Hünerfürst: Really cool water park for my 2 and 4 year old kids. Bring some sun creme with you because places in the shade are rare.

Jacqueline Ward: I am beyond upset and frustrated. My children came to the pool today with me ages 3 and 5 and enjoyed playing in the splash Park until they decided to get into the pool with me. I was directly supervising both children as they jumped from the side of the pool toward me. Because my son, 3 years old, failed to touch his feet to the water first when he was jumping into the pool, because his arms were outstretched toward me, the lifeguard, Mr Jones, flagged that he was diving into the pool. I explained to him that he was not diving headfirst into the pool but rather he was jumping toward me. He argued that that was still considered diving to him and we needed to follow the pool rules or leave. It is at minimum frustrating that the lifeguard does not understand the definition of a dive : head first. I had a conversation with my son trying to explain him how his feet needed to touch the water first as he was entering the pool. At 3 years old describing any very particular way of orienting his body can be challenging. After a few attempts and feeling as though he was jumping feet first into the pool but still outstretching his arms toward me the lifeguard stormed over to me and my young children yelling at me that we failed to follow the rules of the pool and didn't want to hear anything I had to say in explanation. When he finally let me speak I tried to explain that my son is 3 years old and was doing his best. He said that I was still failing to follow the safety protocol and that we needed to leave the pool immediately. This is where I become immensely frustrated and disappointed. My daughter began to cry as she felt scared the man was yelling at me. My son felt disappointed in himself for resulting in us having to leave the pool even though he was doing his best to abide by these guidelines and was coming nowhere near jumping headfirst into the pool. I don't know why this young man is on a power trip but it's unacceptable to the community at large and my family in particular. I understand rules and safety guidelines exist to keep everyone safe and it is 100% necessary to enforce them when they are not being followed. Understanding the rules someone is trying to enforce should be the first step in enforcing them however. I hope Mr Jones learns the definition of diving, his superiors give him an education in public relations and maybe he learns a little bit about the developmental ability of young children that he's tasked with supervising.

Yasemin Peterson (Minnie Mazzerati): There is a dog 🐕 park, a swimming pool, a picnic area, a playground-- and workout trail , rec center AND a basketball court (all at one location) ; Bring positive vibes and joyful energy (pets and FAMILY)

K Y: Always fun. Love the separate water feature area for the little one's. They can run freely and enjoy themselves. There's also a shallow end separate from the main pool just for the little one's where they can stand and play in the water without worrying about water levels and larger children. Recently remodeled and has lots of changing space, shower's, baby changer, etc. Closed during winter. Check the DPR website for pool and park hours.

Mark Larson: We had a Geocaching Society event here commonly known as a Cache In Trash Out (CITO) event. It was sponsored by Park Services and we had many Geocachers attend. We combed the entire park with trash bags and grabbers in hand to clean up all of the trash. The first ten to sign in won a cool National Parks coin. The history of the park is very interesting.

Aaron Magruder: Me and my coworkers really had a good time playing basketball it's the best place to be at lunchtime on a Wednesday

Hernan Cortes: It was as nice as it gets for the times as far as a homeless shelter that accepted me around 9 to 10 in the night. Good staff. Seems like temperaments run quite high.

Christopher Dennard: I really love how they've redone and renewed this park! I grew up here and it has changed into art!

Chanpen Tee: It is nice here. Playground, basketball and tennis courts are nice.

Jonathan Crane: I go here for the Green Skate Lab pool. It's great. Definitely for more advanced skaters, but it's smooth, they have real pool coping (!), and it's got great lines. There's even a broom and dustpan for sweeping up leaves and twigs that get in there from time to time. It's open 24/7 and is safe (crime wise, you can totally get hurt physically, it's Skateboarding after all).

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