Arizona Boat Rentals
The state of Arizona– frequently referred to as “Arizona’s West Coast” – is not usually the first state you think of when it comes to beautiful beaches, but people love the lakes for their sandy beaches and clear, calm waters. With perfect weather, few waves, and clean freshwater, it’s a great pick for families.
Powerboats and powered watercrafts like jet skis and water skis are some of the most popular boat rental options when you want to explore Arizona, but there are growing numbers of kayaks, canoes, SUP, and paddle boats. Since there aren’t any speed limits or size restrictions for boating here, you’ll see a little bit of everything.
When it comes to fishing charters the Arizona is abundant and diverse in its fishing opportunities. Anglers looking for smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, and striped bass will love Cattail Cove. This location is filled with fishing charters and excursions which is a must for avid anglers looking to enjoy the beach life while fishing for bass and catfish.
If you are looking for a boating spot to spend time on, the clear waters of Lake Powell offers nearly 2 million people every year a place to vacation, relax, enjoy all that nature has to offer as well as a respite from the hot, desert summers. Fed by the Colorado River, this reservoir has carved a place for itself on the border of Utah and Arizona. Visitors typically have their spread of boats available for rent near Lake Powell— houseboats, powerboats, and kayaks being among the most popular. Fish are plentiful as well as the sheer, orange, red, and pink sandstone walls that border the blue waters.
Many visitors and locals who visit Arizona take their boating vacation to the next level and rent camping gear alongside the boat of their choice better to zip around the lake and experience a new shore to sleep on each night. After you’ve had your fill of boating, step ashore and explore colorful Antelope Canyon among other national parks, canyons, and historic sites.
Want to take a break from cruising around the lake? The good news is that there are dozens of great beaches to explore on one of Arizona’s top boating locations, Lake Havasu and the Colorado River. The Sandbar is one of the most popular gathering spots, with shallow water and soft sand to post up, watch people, and relax. Another convenient spot is Friendly Island, also known as Beaver Island, just four miles from the London Bridge. It’s easy to pick up and drop off boaters here, and you can even tack on a short camping trip.
The depth and breadth of boating opportunities in Arizona can be surprising to discover. Whether you love to kayak or canoe, fish, water ski or drive a personal watercraft, there are a large number of boats to be had and places to go. On a hot Arizona day, boating is one of the most refreshing things to try. The only unsurprising thing about your boat trip in this region is that you will probably want to go back as often as possible.
While you’re in Arizona, make sure to check out these areas: Mesa, Phoenix, Lake Havasu City, and Peoria.