Beach Bags Anchors are intuitive and easy to use whether you're anchoring houseboats on the rocks or in the sand.
Flop – place Beach Bags securely on the shoreline
Fill –connect hose and pump to quickly fill Bags
Chill –attach anchor lines and relax
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With strong holding power, simple setups and easy removal, Beach Bags Anchors were developed with input from the National Park Service to be a practical and legal alternative to pin anchoring. (They're also great on sand.)
• anchor anywhere (slickrock and sand)
• for legal and effective anchoring
Depending on their size and placement, Beach Bags Anchors have as much or more holding power than many of the stakes used for pin anchoring and, are designed to withstand heavy winds. We welcome conversations about our extensive testing and engineering so please reach out if you would like to learn more.
Beach Bags eliminate the risk of pins becoming trapped in the slickrock and being left behind - impairments that damage boats and injure people.
When used on sand, Beach Bags Anchors eliminate the stress and strain of digging and burying multiple anchors 2-3 feet deep on hot summer days.
Enjoy the very best of Lake Powell's canyons and bays while legally and conveniently anchoring on rock or sand.
Experience increased privacy and improved conditions by overnighting in areas with reduced boat densities and better views.
Anchor in sheltered coves and canyons to better protect your houseboat from storms and winds.
Developed in cooperation with the National Park Service.
Help preserve and protect Lake Powell while avoiding the $250 per pin fine for drilling into and pin anchoring on the Lake's slickrock and sandstone shorelines.
Preserving and protecting Lake Powell’s scenic, mineral, cultural, and paleontological resources for current and future generations has never been easier. With Beach Bags you'll simply, safely and effectively anchor houseboats almost anywhere.
No more drilling into rock or digging into sand - actions that impair, destroy, injure and deface the Lake's resources.