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Inside the small boathouse at Lake Cuyamaca, about 1,200 small trout busily swim in six aquarium tanks.
The development will include soccer fields suitable for varsity practice and intramurals, a rowing dock and boathouse, a tennis center and a competition-quality, eight-lane track the Pilots can use for training and to host college meets.
Built on a canal that reaches Biscayne Bay through Sunrise Harbor, the house came with a unique 1,200-square-foot coral stone boathouse.
The shop was designed by Nick Winton of Anmahian Winton Architects of Cambridge (the firm did the Community Rowing Inc. boathouse in Brighton).
The site’s largest tank was located where the boathouse now stands.
The long history of boathouses is displayed throughout the building.
Want to travel in the USA and stay at a former prison, a boathouse, a treehouse, , a lighthouse, castle or cave?
The park has a lighted baseball field, boathouse, basketball court, playground and an ice skating pond.
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Definition of boathouse for English Language Learners
: a small building that is used for storing boats near a river or lake
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