Summer time is beach wagon time!

Summer is here and it’s time to head to the beach!  If you have kids, you know that hauling all the stuff that goes with a beach trip can tire a poor dad (or mom). You may want to look into a beach wagon for a Father’s Day gift.  These wagons can haul all your toys, food, towels, umbrellas, boogie boards and ice chest so you don’t have to make multiple trips.  You can check out our lineup of 2010 models atWagonWorld.com.

Father’s Day Beach Wagons

To all the men out there who are given the title, “Daddy,” Happy Father’s Day! Dads, you know that we are the workhorses when it comes to hauling the family stuff to and from any and all activities; soccer games, camping, beach trips, swap meet, concerts, the river, lake etc.  Make  this summer easier on you Daddio with the coolest Father’s Day Gift ever (aside from a new boat of course). Phantom Wagons are made with pride right here in Santa Ana, California – overbuilt…

Choose from 10 colors for your all terrain wagon

The Phantom all terrain beach wagons now come in ten different colors!  Choose from: Red Black Blue Green Yellow Purple Pink Orange White Varnish You can also choose “unfinished” so you can customize the Phantom Beach Wagon to your liking.  Whatever color you choose, you’ll have the coolest wagon on the beach – with it’s 15 inch tall knobby tires, extra long handle and classic looks, you’ll be riding in style!

Why Are the Folding Kids Wagons So Ugly?

Ok, so the WagonMan can admit when’s he’s wrong, and when it comes to the folding wagon category, I really didn’t think these were going to fly.  unattractive folding playpen-like apparatus with cheap wheels on it and a face only a mother could love. But I’m starting to see more and more of these albatrosses everywhere, and why does this surprise me?  They’re easy to fold, carry and transport.  Some wagons have shade, and from seeing many sleeping babies in them, they must be pretty comfortable…

Beach Wagon or Beach Cart – which one do you need?

Wondering about the differences between beach wagons and beach carts?  It really boils down to what you’re hauling; kids or cargo. If the day at the beach consists of chairs, shade canopies, coolers and card tables then you might want to look at something like this beach cart from Wheeleez.  A bit pricey but I really like these custom wheels that will carry your gear over the sand with ease.  If you don’t want professional grade then this cart from Beachmall might fit the…

Wagon Road Test – Radio Flyer All Terrain Cargo Beach Wagon #29

Nothing beats a good test drive.  Getting behind the wheel of that new toy wagon really makes a difference in deciding which wagon to buy.  Today, we’ll dive deep on one of the most popular and all around best buys – The Radio Flyer Cargo Wagon #29   This wagon has been a part of our family for over 8 years now, having been deployed on numerous beach outings, sporting events, girl scout cookie sales, and the occasional gardening project around the homestead.  An…

Wagon Road Test – Radio Flyer Metal All-Terrain Steel and Wood Wagon #32

One of the best selling wagons for Radio Flyer over the years, the #32 All Terrain Steel and Wood wagon has the best traits of an all purpose wagon and few flaws. What Rocks: Metal Bed:  practically indestructible, you can throw the kitchen sink at without an issue.  Official weight capacity is 200 pounds so don’t be shy with chores around the homestead – just be sure to store in doors to keep the rain off and rust away. Air Tires:  pneumatic pneumatic pneumatic pneumatic help cushion the…

Wagon Road Test: If it aint broke, don’t fix it – Radio Flyer Classic Steel Metal Bed Wagon

This classic style wagon has been around for ages: I can remember 40 years ago careening down steep neighborhood streets, buddy in back, turning too fast, tipping out, and coming home to Mom with bloody knees…ahhh, the good old days! The classic – a great name for a wagon that has withstood the test of time.  I still see them everywhere; the local garden nursery hauling bark and 20 gallon shrubs to the car, the swap meets and flea markets, the kids in the neighborhood…