As seen in the Austin American Statesman: Over the years, the retailer — which stocks an assortment of camping, fishing and hiking gear, in addition to canoes and kayaks — has grown from a single location at 9705 Burnet Road in North Austin into a multi-store company, with a pair of locations in Houston and one in San Marcos.
As seen on The Spring Observer: Outdoor retailer, Austin Canoe and Kayak is opening a new location in Spring.
ACK’s very own Kristian Kolflat, Austin Store Assistant Manager and KATS Tournament Director, was interviewed by Pat Kellner of FishTattoo. In the interview, Kristian speaks on ACK, KATS and kayak fishing in terms of both the industry itself as well as his own passion for the sport.
As seen on 365ThingsAustin: Join Austin Canoe and Kayak for the most anticipated event of the year to demo over 90+ kayaks, canoes and SUPS.
As seen in Outdoor USA Magazine: Austin, Texas has adopted the unofficial slogan “Keep Austin Weird”, but Steve Messana and his brother Peter would like to change that to “Keep Austin Paddling” because that ‘s what they’ve been doing with their store since 2005.
As seen in SGB Weekly: Viewing the employee profiles in the “About Us” section of Austin Canoe & Kayak’s online store at ACK.
As seen in Community Impact Austin: Rack Boys opened inside Austin Canoe and Kayak’s storefront at 9705 Burnet Road, Ste.
As seen in Lone Star News: Spring break couldn’t come soon enough for Grant Heatherly, a student at Texas State University in San Marcos.