EZ Dock is a great option if you are looking for a new canoe dock. Our docks have a 13″ freeboard level that is the perfect height for getting in and out of canoes. As another option, you can utilize the EZ Dock polyethylene gangway hanged off of the dock with the other end free-floating in the water. This provides a ramp to get canoes in and out of the water. Here is an example of a canoe dock that was installed for Camp for All in Burton, Texas.
Our residential launches have several features to make your time on the water more enjoyable:
- Paddle notches. The integrated paddle notches on our EZ Kayak Launch make launching easy and safe while users are entering or exiting the kayak.
- V entry. The entry on the EZ Kayak Launch has an innovative “V” shape, allowing you to center and stabilize your kayak for an easy launch. Even new kayakers will be able to get in and out of the water more easily with this feature.
- One-piece construction. Our kayak launch for your lake home is a one piece floating dock for greater stability. This construction allows your dock to rise and fall with water levels and keeps it more stable. The one-piece floating dock construction also helps your kayak launch withstand stormy weather.
- Seamless connections. Our EZ Kayak Launch is designed to be easy to connect, whether you have a traditional fixed dock or a standard floating dock. Of course, our EZ Kayak Launch works exceptionally well with our equally durable and versatile docks.
- Easy customization. Our residential kayak launches and docks are easily customizable and adaptable. Whether you’re on salt water, fresh water or an unusually-shaped waterway, our docks and launches can help you enjoy some quality time on the water.
- Durable. Our docks and launches are designed from sturdy materials that won’t rot and will resist saltwater corrosion. Our systems have even withstood serious tropical storms and hurricanes.
- Low-maintenance. Unlike wooden docks, our kayak docks and launches are made from materials that won’t splinter or peel, meaning you won’t have to repaint it or replace rotten planks — that way, you can spend more time on the water.