Boat Rental FAQ

Answers to commonly asked questions about our boat rentals.

How many people will the boats accommodate?

Tritoons-15
Pontoons-10
Fishing Boat-5
Canoes-2
Kayaks-Single & Tandem available

Do children count towards the total number allowed on the boat?

Yes.

Is there an age limit to participate?

Children need to be at least 2 years of age.

May we pull a tube, etc. behind the boat?

No insurance does not cover recreational pulling of any kind behind our rental fleet.

Is there an age restriction for rental?

Adults must be at least 21 years of age and have a valid drivers license.

Do the boats provide any shade from the sun?

Pontoons are ½ covered and are the only style boats that provide shade.

Are there radios/cd players on the boats?

The Tritoons have radios with Bluetooth.  Pontoon boats do not have radios.  You may bring a radio or there are DeWalt Radios with adapters for your MP3, phone or Ipod available for a flat $5 rental rate.

Do I need a boating license to rent a boat in Tennessee?

No but you must provide a valid drivers license upon arrival and attend a safety briefing.

How can I pay for my damage deposit?

Visa, Master Card, Discover & Cash are acceptable.  Credit cards are processed prior to rental for the full damage deposit and are voided upon return as long as no damage has been done to the boat, motor and the rental policies have been adhered to.

What if I’ve never operated a boat before?

Our marina employees go over boat operation and safety instructions prior to your day out.

Is Alcohol permitted?

No.

Can I bring my dog?

Dogs are permitted on tritoons, canoes, some stand up paddleboards, the fishing boat and some pontoons.  Arrangements should be made in advance especially pontoon rentals.

What should I bring?

Beach Towels, Sunscreen, Food, Drinks, Floats,

Are lifejackets included?

Yes.  We provide all lifejackets for children 2 and up.

Do I have to wear a lifejacket?

Anyone 12 years and younger is required by law to wear a lifejacket at all times.  Persons 13 years of age and older are not required to wear a lifejacket but one must be stored on board for each individual.

How big is the lake?

A little less than 2000 acres or 109 miles of shoreline.

How deep is the lake?

Most areas are 80’-90’ deep with the deepest area at the dam at 120’.

Can I grill on the boat?

No but you may bring a portable grill and get off on one of the islands and grill.