Need storage for a handful of canoes? Or maybe storage for as many as 8 canoes in our firmly constructed canoe storage racks made completely out of top quality Northern White Cedar logs. The handcrafted products that are produced by Log Kayak Rack not only handily accommodate kayaks, but they’re also fantastic for canoes of every size! There’s no more need to haul that bulky, awkward canoe to and from your garage, or anywhere else for that matter. From the time you purchase one of our sturdy canoe storage racks, all you’ll need to do is just place it and forget it on your North Dakota property. It’s our mission to help every day go smoothly, so that the only thing that could possibly be rough is the waves.
Canoe Storage Racks North Dakota
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Stationary Canoe Storage System North Dakota
8 Place Storage Rack(Up to 6 Canoes + 2 Kayaks/SUPs) – Do you run a resort? Perhaps you have a good collection of cabins on a lake or river – our canoe racks will enable your guests to easily find and return canoes, and they will be in a location that will extend your canoes’ lifespan so you don’t have to be concerned about buying new ones, or unexpectedly being short a canoe. When you have a healthy stockpile of canoes, you don’t need to show favoritism to just a few of them – store them all and the gear that goes with them on our firmly crafted 8 slot (6 canoe + 2) storage rack. It is free standing, suitable for indoor as well as outdoor use, and can last for for many years.
6 Place Canoe Storage Rack – These are great for a family cabin, lake home, or any other property in North Dakota that has the need to store canoes. Our 6 slot, solid cedar canoe rack has been built in order for all of your canoes to be kept up high and dry, less susceptible to damages, and easily accessible when you feel the need to get on the water. For reliable water fun, you really need to have a canoe in functional condition and the right gear to go along with it; and our canoe storage racks can assist you in keeping all that important equipment organized, intact, and very accessible.
4 Place Canoe Storage Rack – Are you on the search for a high grade product that can accommodate the weight of up to four canoes? If so, the free standing 4 slot canoe rack that we handcraft is not only known to last for many years, but it is also one of the better looking racks that we have in our catalog. There is no PVC piping, neon metal, cinder blocks or any sort of cheap quality thin wood planking. No, the log canoe racks that we construct are made from only the best quality white cedar logs, for strength as well as for charm.
Two Canoe Rack – Additionally, our company also has a few selections of two-slot canoe stands available. We have a dual canoe storage rack for wall mounting, and two free-standing options: a one-sided, double-stacked rack, and a lower, side-by-side rack. All three are good depending on how you want to use them. Wall mounting is a grand idea if you have an open wall or tree on hand. The top and bottom stacked rack is useful when you would like to access your canoes from just one side, and the shorter canoe rack is awesome for kids as it keeps the canoes off the ground but not at an exorbitantly high reach.
Storage Racks for Canoes ND
There is an answer for everybody and if everything that has been mentioned above doesn’t seem to fit what you have in mind, just contact us and we can take your ideas and turn them into reality. Our experienced woodworker will work with you, craft your exact design, and have it shipped to you in North Dakota. Store, display, and keep your canoes organized by using our durably constructed canoe storage racks. We know you’ll be happy you did.
Browse through our standard storage rack selections online or contact us directly for a custom designed canoe storage system at 1-715-543-2006.
Our log canoe racks are available throughout North Dakota, including Fargo, Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, West Fargo, Williston, Dickinson, Mandan, Jamestown, Wahpeton, and more.