Kansas Boat Storage
Dry dock, marinas and indoor boat storage
Storing your boat in a safe area can relieve a lot of stress for most boat owners. Covered storage offers additional protection from the sun and ultra-violet rays which can deteriorate boat finishes and canvas tops plus attack seats, woodwork and carpet. In this Kansas section of the site, we list boat storage facilities by location relative to major cities, lakes and area attractions for your convenience.
Some of the major cities we list, which are listed by region of the state, include Russell, Sharon Springs, Downs, Hays, Manhattan, Olathe, WaKeeney, Lawrence, Overland Park, Topeka, Garden City, Great Bend, Dodge City, Elkhart, El Dorado, Emporia, Syracuse, Hutchinson, Wichita and Burlington.
Many marinas offer boat storage and other services for launching and extracting your boat. Many of these marinas in Kansas also offer boat repair services. A partial listing of marinas in KS includes Agia Marina, Glen Elder Marina, Waconda Lake, Rock Creek Marina & Sail Harbor, Cedar Bluff State Park Marina, Jayhawk Marina, Clinton Marina and Council Grove Marina.
Boat storage options in Kansas are varied. Click here for boat storage options and step-by-step tips and instrictions.
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Consider weather and security implications when choosing local storage options. Extreme weather can damage fabrics and boat finishes over time. The need for security is a question one should consider as well. Covered and indoor boat storage is a good solution but may have height limitations which could eliminate some sailboats. Some Kansas indoor storage units may be too small for some pontoon boats, cruisers, cuddy cabin boats and other longer boats. Contact local storage facilities to confirm size limitations.
For those who do not own a boat, and prefer to avoid the costs of ownership, rental boats can be a cost effective option.