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Saguaro Lake boat rentals are a popular choice for both visitors and locals in the Scottsdale area. Arizona can be unbearably hot in the summer months - so what’s better than cooling off and going for a swim when you rent a boat? Pontoon boat rentals and ski boat rentals are amongst the top options for watercraft on Saguaro Lake. If you want to enjoy watersports (which many boating enthusiasts do) ask the captain or boat owner about including equipment for wakeboarding, waterskiing, or tubing on Saguaro Lake. Jet skiing and jet ski rentals are also popular for exploring Saguaro Lake.
Saguaro Lake is also great for kayaking. This reservoir offers a lot of options for outdoorsy visitors - so if you enjoy being active, rent a kayak on Saguaro Lake. If you get hungry during your adventures, check out Lakeshore Restaurant, or be sure to bring your own boating snacks with you.
Boat rentals at Saguaro Lake start around $225/day. The price will depend on the size and type of boat, as well as when you are looking to rent it. Renting a boat on Saguaro Lake during the weekends or holidays will be more expensive than weekdays.
Saguaro Lake and Canyon Lake are connected by the Salt River, with the Mormon Flat Dam in between. The Mormon Flat Dam is what creates Canyon Lake by damming this part of the Salt River.
Yes, there is a swimming beach on Saguaro Lake at Butcher Jones Beach. You can also swim from your boat rental on Saguaro Lake - just make sure you have lifejackets or floaties onboard and swim in an area of low boat traffic.
Yes. Kayak rentals on Saguaro Lake can be easily reserved through the GetMyBoat app. Find kayaks you want to rent and then send a booking inquiry with your dates so that the kayak owners can rent their kayaks to you on Saguaro Lake.
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