First Time Boat Renter? Welcome!
What to Expect
Our goal is to give you the best experience we can. We want you to have a great day on the lake! We have tried to make the process easier for you by creating daycation packages, which include a boat rental, a welcome pack and an ice chest stocked with waters.
Step 1. Pick a Package
Rent one of our high-powered sports boat so you can enjoy your water activities to the max!Starting at $450
Enjoy a day on the lake on one of our pontoon-style boats. These boats can still pull water toys too!Starting at $350
Step 2. Confirm Your Reservation
When you are ready to book your reservation, give us a call at (903) 432-2268. We are available during our Regular Business Hours. If it is after hours, you can fill out our reservation form on our daycations page, and we will call you back!
Once you have booked your reservation, we will send you a confirmation email.
You may need to complete your boater education course before the day of your arrival (everyone born on or after September 1, 1993 must complete it). Find out more about it on our Frequently Asked Questions Page.
Step 3. On the Day of Your Reservation
To start your day, please arrive at least 30 minutes prior to the start of your rental time. Because of the high demand of our watercraft over the summer, your time starts at your scheduled hour whether you are on the boat or not.
Once you arrive, please check in at the Rentals counter. You will need your photo ID and a credit card to place a hold for vessel damage. You can use a debit card, but we do not advise this as it can take a long time for the bank to release the hold. During the rental check in process, you will also be asked to fill out final reservation paperwork.
While you are completing the reservation paperwork, your party can enjoy a few treats on us with a voucher that the reservation desk will provide to you.
Then your party will be fitted with life jackets, and our rental crew will perform one last briefing for your party. If you'd like, our rental crew can also provide a free demo of how to operate the boat as well.
Once you're done having fun on the lake, fill up the boat with gas, and tell your friends about your experience!
Keep in mind, anyone born on or after September 1, 1993 must take a boaters education course before being allowed to operate a vessel.
We have prepared a FAQ to provide some helpful information! Things like, a packing list, directions, Boaters Education Course instructions, etc.
What Else We Offer
- Restaurant – The Tiki Hut
- Ice, Drinks, Snacks and more!
- Boat, Pontoon And Personal Water Craft (PWC) Rentals
- Stand-up Paddle (SUP) Boards, Tubes, Wake Boards & Ski Rentals
- Wet Slip Mooring
- Lifts In Wet Slips
- Trailer & Dry Boat Storage
- Floating Gas Docks – Full-service fueling
- Boat Ramp (with fee)
- Full Boat Service Department
- Detailing and Buffing
- Mobile Boat Repair & Services
- Boat House and docking solutions for your dock