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Tips for Organizing All Your Water Sports Gear

When you have a free summer day, and the sun is shining, you don’t want to have to wonder where your kayak paddle is, stock your first-aid kit, or if your paddle board is ready. You want to go!

If you want to keep your water sports gear organized and hit the water faster, then read on! We share tips and tricks to keep everything where it’s supposed to be. Staying organized helps you get on the water, and it helps protect your equipment for the long run.

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Outdoor Canoe Storage Rack

Outdoor Canoe Storage RackAre you living near the water? If so there is a good chance it is because you love watersports. Whether it being fishing, relaxing, or just enjoy the nature, the chances are, you either have a canoe or kayak and you probably do not have the proper storage to preserve your investment. Log Kayak Rack provides a variety of heavy duty kayak, canoe and stand up paddle board storage racks that are handcrafted by Kurt, who has more than 24 years of woodworking under his belt. Kurt has experience in woodwork from building log homes to log furnishings, and with his love for water and the great outdoors he decided to dedicate himself to providing customers with beautiful watersport racks.
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Wooden Canoe Stands

Wooden Canoe StandsCanoes have been around for thousands of years. In fact, the oldest known canoe dates back somewhere around 7600 BC. Canoes are relatively lightweight, have points at both ends and are propelled by the passengers willing to roll up their sleeves and paddle. Canoes are a fantastic, timeless vessel that have many different uses. From fishing to day dreaming out on the lake, canoes are multi-functional and easy to use. So if you own or love canoes, it’s important to cherish and take care of this prized possession. Keeping a canoe safe and dry during storage is one of the best ways to improve the longevity of your beloved canoe. At Log Kayak Rack, we offer beautifully constructed wooden canoe stands. If you own a canoe, you no doubt should own a Log Kayak Rack stand.
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Multi Canoe Storage System

Small Boat StorageAs far as we know, canoes have been in the water since the 16th century. They have all sorts of uses and serve a multitude of different purposes for different people. They come in a variety of styles, colors, and even materials. While there are many different types of canoes, there is one thing that remains the same: you need a proper place to store them! At Log Kayak Rack, no matter what type of canoe you own, our racks provide the perfect amount of shelter to keep them safe.


Customizable Small Boat Storage

Kayak, Canoe, Paddle BoardWater sports are a favorite pastime for many who live in Minnesota, Wisconsin and surrounding areas. The Root River, Zumbro River and the St. Croix River are just a few of the favorite spots in MN and The Wolf River, Kickapoo River and the Lower Wisconsin River are some of Wisconsin’s most beautiful areas to take out your small boat. There are no shortage of amazing rivers where you can set sail with your favorite canoe, kayak or other small boat. When it is time to retire your boat for the day or the season, you want to be confident it will be protected and ready for your next adventure. Log Kayak Rack offers long lasting and durable customizable small boat storage systems for those who love watersports and own multiple small boats.


Canoe Storage Rack

If you have more than one canoe or other small boat, changes are good that you love being out on the water anytime you can. There is nothing better than soaking in the beauty of nature, spending time with friends or loved ones out on water in Minnesota. But, as the temperatures drop and winter arrives, your canoes, kayaks and other small boats spend more time out of the water than in it. Log Kayak Rack offers high quality, handcrafted storage racks to keep your boats safe, protected, high and dry. You can store 2, 4, 6 or even 8 boats on one of our storage racks that are made from 100% northern white cedar logs with glued mortise and tenon joinery for strength.