ShoreStation docks combine flexibility, durability and craftsmanship with a classic design that has stood up to the test of time for 50 years. Whether you choose stationary dock, rolling dock or the new floating dock, ShoreStation has a solution to fit your needs.
Stationary dock is the style most people are familiar with. It’s the traditional style which uses stationary legs and foot pads that rest on the lake bed. Stationary dock is perfect for situations such as steep drop-offs and rocky, uneven lake beds. The available legs allow it work in water up to 12 inches to 4 feet deep.
Stationary dock is installed and removed one section at a time. The sections are held together by spring-loaded lever locks that require no tools to use. Leg heights can also be adjusted without using any tools.
Rolling dock is traditional stationary dock on wheels! For shorelines with smooth, gradually-sloping lake beds, rolling dock makes for the ultimate in easy installation. The entire dock can be assembled on the ground and rolled into place all at once. The leg system lets you use rolling dock in water up to 8 inches to 7 feet deep. Just like stationary dock, the section locks and legs don’t require any tools.
New for 2008, ShoreStation introduces Floating Dock. For areas where the water levels fluctuate on a regular basis, or the water is too deep for standard legs, floating dock provides you with a stable, attractive solution. Floating dock comes in 4 foot by 8 foot and 4 foot by 2 foot sections. The multiple connection points let you create custom layouts to fit your needs. And, following the ShoreStation tradition of ease and versatility, floating dock is compatible with all the accessories that exist for stationary and rolling dock.