A row of red sheds stands on one side of the rapids field. The buildings were originally built for storing fishing equipment. Still today dipnets and traps are stored in the sheds.
The oldest sheds are made of timber logs and have only one level. The model comes from the 18th century. A part of the original sheds have been replaced by buildings from neighbouring villages at some point. Later sheds have been built with more modern wooden boards. The traditional shingle roofs are maintained and repaired by the active volunteering community.
Part of the sheds are owned by local farms. Some of them are used as little boutique spaces in the summer events.