Echo Park Boathouse (Pre-New Deal) – Los Angeles CA

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The boathouse on the east side of Echo Park Lake was constructed in 1932 with unemployment relief bonds that predated the New Deal program. With the reopening of Echo Park in 2013, after a $45 million renovation, the boathouse now contains a cafe and a boat rental kiosk.

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Location Info


751 Echo Park Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90026

Location notes: Boathouse is down a set of stairs on the east side of the lake

Coordinates: 34.073322, -118.259995

One comment on “Echo Park Boathouse (Pre-New Deal) – Los Angeles CA

  1. Paul N. Leckner

    Wow! I have passed by this historical landmark and never knew how long it has been in existence. I hope it is renovated again after the COVID-19 quarantine is lifted.

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