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What’s the Story with Roll Out Walkways?

    For years the choice for property owners and managers was to build expensive, permanent walkways or sidewalks or to let visitors or patrons simply walk over the natural terrain. The problem is, in many situations, neither of these solutions is ideal.

    Roll-out walkways are a fantastic solution for beachfront properties, parks, campgrounds, and nearly any outdoor area where the terrain might be less than hospitable to foot traffic. They’re also extremely easy to setup and remove, so they can be rolled out when needed and rolled back up just as easily. And they’re made by expert Amish builders from high quality materials, so quality won’t be a concern and they will hold up under heavy use.

    These innovative walkways help protect your feet from sand, dirt, stones, and any other outdoor surface.

    • They’re flexible enough to go over uneven terrain, and they can be rolled out and rolled up quickly and easily.
    • Made by Amish master-craftsman in the USA
    • No nails, screws, or hardware used in construction
    • Weather-resistant for all seasons
    • Made using heavy-duty woven nylon rope
    • Available in a variety of sizes
    • Space saving roll up design for easy storage
    • No assembly required

    Walkways are available in three different materials.

    Rolled Up Roll Out Walkway

    Super simple storage!

    Not only are these roll out walkways easy to put down over just about any outdoor terrain that you can think of, they’re also super easy to store!

    Just roll them up and store them until you’re ready to use them again!

    Many sizes available!

    Walkways are available in any size from 2 to 5 feet wide and 2 to 10 feet long.

    Roll Out Walkway Sizes
    Roll Out Walkway Corners

    What about walkway angles?

    We’ve got you covered there too!

    These angle pieces are available in 2 foot and 3 foot widths with a 45 or 90 degree angle, so you can make a path that bends and turns through a garden, dunes at the beach, or a campsite.

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