Get Out on the Water on your Next Off Grid Adventure.


There are so many ways that we can enjoy being outdoors. One of our team’s favourite ways to explore when camping is by getting out on the water! There is something so serene and peaceful about it, and it’s a great way to cover a lot of ground when exploring new areas. We’ve made it easy to transport kayaks, canoes or a compact inflatable boat such as a Striker while adventuring with your Off Grid Trailer. Below are a few ways that we suggest transporting your preferred boats. 

Off Grid Trailers - KVR (Kettle Valley Railway) British Columbia, Canada - OGT Custom Wrap

Roof Rack


Looking to bring your kayaks along for your adventure? No problem! This can easily be done by installing a Kayak rack directly to your Off Grid Trailer roof rack. We recommend a set of J-Hooks for a simple and secure way to transport your Kayak. Depending on the positioning of the racks and size of your kayaks, you should be able to comfortably fit two or maybe even 3 across.

Storage Compartments


Another great way to transport any inflatable boats would be to make use of some of the many storage compartments that Off Grid Trailers feature. Depending on the size of your boat, you might be able to pack it down small enough to fit into some of the smaller, rear compartments. Another option would be to get a roof basket, and tie your deflated boat down in that. 


Off Grid Trailers - KVR (Kettle Valley Railway) British Columbia, Canada - Stryker

Our team recently went on adventures to Abraham Lake and the Kettle Valley Railtrail. Both times, we brought along some boats and found that transporting them on the Off Grid Trailers was easy, safe and left lots of space for other gear and toys to be packed. Some remote lake’s that you can access by vehicle do have trail networks around them which allow you to see different perspectives and explore the area a bit more. Other areas that are more secluded don’t always have that option, so bringing along a small boat that allows you to cross the lake or river and expand your adventure is always a great idea!

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