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boat ramp

n.
A ramp beside a body of water, constructed to allow boats to be launched or hauled out.
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The project included a repaved parking lot, a boat ramp expansion, fishing paths, and of course, solar lighting.
Boat ramp, bait and tackle, cabins, RV spot rentals, tent camping.
SPRINGFIELD - A 21-year-old Springfield woman who has been missing since Thursday might have fallen into the McKenzie River near the Hayden Bridge boat ramp, according to the Lane County Sheriff's Office.
Balex Marine is making the days of cranking on a manual winch and clambering down the boat ramp a distant memory.
The 40-year-old then tied a rope around the shark's tail and towed it back to a boat ramp, where he beat it to death with a metal pole.
Reconstruction of the boat ramp and an expansion and partial reconstruction of the parking area.
BUILD-YOUR OWN BOAT RAMP KITS are an excellent docking alternative in any lake.
Upgrading the HVAC systems, air quality, air cooling and ventilation, and expanding the dining hall to include a patio deck, and installing new docks and a boat ramp, will add to the family-friendly environment.
On July 5, 2003, in Ledgedale, Pennsylvania, two-year-old Scott Brown and his eight-month-old brother Christopher were securely restrained in car seats in the rear of a sports utility vehicle when it suddenly rolled down a boat ramp and plunged into Lake Wallenpaupack.
A long slant of wooden decking at the entrance looks like a boat ramp. Similar to the houses of recycled materials Samuel Mock-bee designs with his students for Alabama sharecroppers (AR March 2001), his Hamptons version derives its hominess from horizontal and vertical elements set askew with a swimming pool angled out from the house.