It is officially June. The ski season was cut short, and now the snow has melted. Crap. What the heck should you do know? If you don’t have a backyard setup then this post is for you! Read on and learn how to create your perfect backyard rail setup from Andy Parry!
Build a Summer Rail Setup
“This is my homemade backyard rail setup recipe. I hope you like it!” – Andy Parry
- Two 2×6 by 10ft
- Two 2×4 by 10ft
- Three 1.5″ by 10ft PVC
- Box of 2.5″ inch screws
- A Circular Saw
- A Drill
- One 2×4 into Five 2′ segments
- One 2×4 into Four 2’6” inch segments
Layout your 2ft 2x4s with the 2x6s and screw them in. I like a screw in the two ends first then flip it over and put the top on.
Line up your 3 PVC pipes on the ground. Place the frame on top and make sure they are flush with the end of the 2×6. Starting at one end screw the PVC making sure to adjust along the way. Screw-in 4 sets of 3 screws for the whole backyard rail setup.
Now add the remaining 4 2’6″ 2x4s as feet.
You’re finished! Add pieces of plywood to the sides to strengthen the backyard rail setup.