Memories made on summer vacations last a lifetime. Whether spending time with friends and family around a campfire, or fishing and splashing around at the lake or pool, summer resorts provide an ideal setting for creating these memories.
There’s something special about spending time away that encourages people to connect with each other in new and meaningful ways. This escape offers opportunities to try new things — like log rolling!
Since its development as a sport in the late 1800’s, log rolling has demonstrated its appeal as an exciting water activity. But access to heavy wood logs made the sport inaccessible to all but a few. Our company of world champion log rollers created the award-winning portable Key Log®, so people everywhere could experience the fun and the fitness. Today, camps, colleges and community centers are offering the activity, so Key Log Rolling at resorts just makes sense!
Each Key Log comes with everything needed to “get up and rolling” including instructional videos and “quick start” guides. The Key Log Training Fins™ slow and stabilize the log, giving all ages and abilities the ease of learning. The Key Log’s lightweight design - 65 lbs - makes transporting as easy as transporting a standard canoe or kayak.
Programming options are easy for resort staff and guests alike. Staff can facilitate group events, including private rentals, or allow guests to enjoy the activity on their own time, at their leisure. Resort-wide competitions amp up the fun and create traditions that brings families back to the resort year after year.
From six-year-olds to sixty-year-olds, all ages and athletic abilities enjoy log rolling, including non-swimmers! And spectators enjoy cheering and watching friends and families while staying high and dry.
Interested in learning how to add Key Log Rolling to your favorite resort? Contact Allison Kieley email@example.com
Want to find a resort or aquatic center that’s already rolling with us? Click here!
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