Lake Powell Houseboat Rentals
Rent a Houseboat in Lake Powell
Situated between Utah and Arizona, Lake Powell is a popular destination spot that attracts over two million people annually. The lake is surrounded by sandstone walls, limiting marina options; in fact, several marinas are only accessible by boat. Though camping is an option at each of the marinas, you might want to consider renting a houseboat on Lake Powell. Many options for permanently docked houseboats exist, but on GetMyBoat you can also find options for sleep aboard watercraft on yachts and other types of boats with cabins.
Lake Powell houseboat rental amenities frequently include hot tubs and spa, luxurious cabins and beds, fully outfitted kitchens, large flat-screen TVs, and sound systems. You might want to inquire about meals, as some boat owners and captains offer grocery delivery or on-board catering.
Lake Powell is stunning. With almost 2,000 miles of shoreline and more than 500 feet at its deepest point, it has tons of giant canyons where sandstone rock emerges hundreds of feet in the water. To maximize it, we’d suggest renting a jet ski or small powerboat on Lake Powell to get around quickly and easily, especially in those narrow canyon areas. Consider a houseboat your home base, then spend the day exploring the canyons, fishing, or zipping around the lake on a personal watercraft.
Plan a daytime excursion to Rainbow Bridge National Monument. It’s the world’s tallest natural bridge, and you can reach the mouth of Bridge Canyon right from a cove on the lake. From there you can enjoy water skiing, jet skiing, hiking, mountain biking, off-roading, and other outdoor adventure.
While enjoying your houseboat vacation, you might also want to consider fishing. Striped bass, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, catfish, and other types of fish are quite popular at Lake Powell, and you can purchase your fishing license online. It’s suggested that you purchase a fishing license in advance, and remember that since Lake Powell is nestled between Utah and Arizona, you will need to obtain a fishing license in both states.
Looking for some time on land? Antelope Canyon is a breathtaking tourist spot. This narrow sandstone canyon only measures a few feet wide, but has fascinating orange-red-pink walls that seem to glow. For just $6, you can spend the day taking photos and exploring the upper and lower canyons.