Lake Powell Boat Rentals and Jet Ski Rentals
Lake Powell Boat Rentals offers the entire water sports equipment rentals one may want while on their trip in Lake Powell including; tournament towboat rentals great for wakeboarding lessons, wake skate, wake surf lessons, kneeboard, air chair, water ski instruction, slalom ski, and tubing. Try using our high output Jet Ski rentals from Yamaha cruising up amazing red rock canyon walls; we also carry waverunners rentals, (pwc) personal watercraft rentals, and sea-doo rentals. We are a broker for house boat rentals on Lake Powell, and don’t forget all the water sports equipment rentals for any activity. For those would like a private charters or tours we offer an executive guide service for those businesses, families, groups or individuals; who like their watercraft vacation all taken care of at Lake Powell. Whatever you needs may be while vacationing in Lake Powell please let us know so we can make your trip enjoyable.
There are few roads where you can get to Lake Powell, so most of it must be seen by watercraft rentals; unless you have an ATV rental or four wheel drive vehicle to visit some of the areas around Lake Powell National Recreation Area and Park. Dangling rope marina is only accessible by boat rentals and is 40 mile from the Wahwep Marina close to Rainbow Bridge National Monument. There is also Bullfrog Marina in Bullfrog, Utah; Hite Marina, Hall’s Crossing Marina, State line marina, and Antelope Point Marina in Page, Arizona at Lake Powell.
Lake Powell is named for Civil War veteran Major John Wesley Powell, who explored the Green and Colorado rivers in 1869 down through Grand Canyon. In August, 1869, Powell and his eight companions passed through the site of present day Glen Canyon Dam. Glen Canyon National Recreation Area was established by Congress in 1972, it is the home of Lake Powell. The area is comprised of 1.25 million acres. There are almost three million visitors that come to Glen Canyon National Recreation Area each year. Lake Powell is the second largest man made lake in the United States using the Glen Canyon Dam to hold all the water in. Lake Powell is 186 miles long and has 1,960 miles of shoreline, which is longer than the entire east coast of the continental United States.
Around late May, the Lake Powell’s waters begin to warm and stay that way well through October with clear waters, and smooth glass for all you water sports enthusiast. While the climate is arid and humidity is generally less than 40 percent, Lake Powell is classified as a “high desert” area due to its 3,700 feet elevation. Water temperatures cool significantly in the winter around 50 degrees then rise into the high 70’s in the summer. It rarely snows at Lake Powell in the winter; but if it does the contrast of the white against red-rock cliffs and blue waters makes for beautiful photographs and vacation memories.
Lake Powell which lies partly in Arizona and mostly in Utah is more than 500 feet deep in places. While Utah has most of Powell’s crystal clear water, Arizona lays claim to the dam, and is home to the most traveled marina; which is the Wahweap marina located in Page, Arizona. Lake Powell’s main sources of runoff come from the Escalante, San Juan, and Colorado rivers. Those who are fishermen can find striped bass, large and smallmouth bass, crappie, catfish and carp in Lake Powell. If you have any questions about our Lake Powell Boat Rentals please contact us today.