Reconnecting You with Nature and the Outdoors
Easy Online Booking
When you’re interested in renting bikes, boats, and boards from Lake Wobegon Outfitters, you can book online and pick up your equipment at our mobile rental station. This truck-style business will offer rental primarily in Avon, MN with the ability to hit the road and service events on the Wobegon Trail.
Lake Wobegon Outfitters
Lake Wobegon Outfitters offers bike, boat, and board rentals to those hoping to immerse themselves in the trail. By renting our bikes, eBikes, kayaks, surfskis, or stand-up paddleboards, you can enjoy all Lake Wobegon has to offer without investing hundreds of dollars into the necessary equipment.
You can take out our eBikes, allowing you to explore more of the area without getting tired. For those who are more comfortable on the water, you can enjoy our kayaks–or try the more advanced surfskis. Regardless of how you choose to explore, we can’t wait to help you and fulfill our mission statement: to reconnect people with nature and help them enjoy the outdoors.
Customers interested in renting bikes, boats, and boards can book online and pick up their equipment at our mobile rental station. Rather than start this project with a brick-and-mortar location, we’ve instead opted for something more versatile. This truck-style business will offer rental primarily in Avon, with the ability to hit the road and service events on the Wobegon Trail–with hopes to expand to a traditional location in the future. But we can’t do it without your support.
Help Fund Our Project
Outdoor equipment rental service for central Minnesota
Are you interested in providing Avon and the surrounding Lake Wobegon area with affordable equipment rentals? You can help by contributing to our GoFundMe. Your donations will provide the funds to purchase our mobile rental truck. Any subsequent funds will go toward purchasing more equipment for our patrons to enjoy.
A New Way to Explore
The need for bikes, boats, and boards
It’s difficult to navigate these 65 miles without some equipment. You’ll find that people who frequent the trail come prepared with bikes, boats, and boards. Without some form of transportation, this massive trail connecting half a dozen towns in Central Minnesota can be daunting for newcomers.
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