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Built on the site of a 19th-century boathouse that blew away in a storm in the early 1990s, the project started in 2009 when Mr. Straume—who has family in the area—bought the islet.
Currently, the paved and lighted Riverwalk stretches for about two miles alongside the Hartford side of the river from the Charter Oak Bridge to Riverside Park and boathouse.
The ordinance bans smoking at places leased by the town including Minnechaug Golf Course, Riverfront Park boathouse and Glastonbury Hunt Club, a horse farm.
Back on land, prepare and eat your catch in a traditional boathouse.
Shoreline also is near Shoreline Golf Links and a boathouse offering kayaking, sailing and more on Shoreline Lake.
The main island still holds the remains of the chieftain’s longhouse at Borg and a cluster of Viking Age boathouses.
Wagner stopped at a boathouse at the foot of F Street in the Georgetown Channel to pick up more passengers.
Rock Island north of Washington Island is accessible via two ferry rides (and a drive across Washington Island) and features hiking trails, the state's oldest lighthouse, an early 20th-century stone boathouse and backpacking campsites.
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