Examples of boardwalk in a Sentence
the town's old-fashioned beachfront boardwalk has been a tourist attraction since the 1920s
Recent Examples of boardwalk from the Web
Wheelchair users who love the beach have been really lucky in recent years with the deployment of polyester mats or boardwalks over the sand.
New wheelchair-accessible paved trails total almost a mile, and the Hutchinson Trail that used to be all woodchips now has new bridges and boardwalks.
Much of the trail construction, including boardwalks and foot bridges, was done by volunteers trained through BLC’s Spring Creek Greenway Ambassador Program.
No pets are allowed on the beach, boardwalk or campground.
These destinations are more than just sand and water — there are boardwalks and amusement parks, where families (or the kid in all of us) can stay entertained for hours.
An eastern entrance off Coast Guard Road also is open, where visitors can access the dunes and new boardwalk and gazebo with views of the Fairport Harbor West Breakwater Lighthouse.
Use the extra pocket change for slurping oysters on the boardwalk and kayaking across the town’s wildlife-rich, saltwater marsh.
Play in the waves, wander Crystal Pier or join the cyclists, skaters and pedestrians who cruise the three-mile stretch of boardwalk linking Pacific Beach and Mission Beach.
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BOARDWALK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of boardwalk for English Language Learners
: a wooden path along a beach
BOARDWALK Defined for Kids
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