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
Set in the Monica Pier, the campaign features an array of stunning shots of the women having fun on the beach, riding roller coasters, and gallivanting along the boardwalk.
Explore the Everglades with a boardwalk tour, meet Seminole Tribe member Daniel Tommie in his hunting camp, and try your hand at archery.
Incubator babies were regular attractions at Coney Island and occasionally on the Atlantic City boardwalk throughout the early decades of the 20th century.
The hotel construction is part of the latest phase of a decades-long effort to remake the Long Branch waterfront after a fire destroyed the boardwalk in 1987 and contributed to a downward spiral.
Those same platforms, supplemented by benches, create straight lines when they’re needed (ship’s gangways, train platforms, an Atlantic City boardwalk).
In addition to the 100-plus rides, arcade games, shops, and eateries, the boardwalk spot will also host an array of special activities in celebration of Easter.
Seaside’s engines are located mid-ship, which increases stability and puts its outdoor boardwalk closer to the sea (on deck 8) rather than higher.
The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion's fundraising gala will take guests straight to sunny California, from its beaches and boardwalks to its glitz and glamour.
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Definition of boardwalk for English Language Learners
: a wooden path along a beach
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