Lake Havasu Boat Rentals

Search available boat rentals in Lake Havasu City from your phone. There are 23 places with boat rentals starting at $300/day.

Pontoon Boats

Pontoon boats are the party crowd favorite on Lake Havasu because you get all the fun you could want with enough room for the whole crew, invited and not so invited. Pontoons make it easy to chill in the channel, head over to the Copper Canyon for some cliff jumping then get pulled on a tube on your way back to the mainland. Want to go fishing, many pontoon boats are equipped with a live well and easily allow at least 4 people to fish comfortably with one at each corner. Plus you get the added benefit of height on the water to avoid getting wet with cold water during some of the best fishing of the year in all of Arizona.

Fishing Boats

Is the best fishing in Arizona on Lake Havasu? Well, based on the number of Pro Fishing competitions held on the lake annually you would certainly agree it’s the crown jewel for fishermen of all ages and skill levels. While exceptional shore fishing exists and Mesquite Bay & Bill Williams National Wildlife Refuge are reserved for kayaks or other non motorized craft. There is something special finding your own spot, away from everyone else, to catch dinner.

Personal Watercraft / Jet-Ski

Lake Havasu is the personal watercraft capital of the world. That means on any given day you will find pro jet skiers practicing for the next competition and testing out gear. This is the easy, accessible route to a huge day of fun on the water. There are 2 seater and three seater watercrafts from Kawasaki, Yamaha and Sea-Doo available for rent.

Kayaks

Kayaks are a great low cost option for individuals and couples who don’t want the hassle of a boat. The two most popular places to launch are Rotary Community Park beach and Mesquite Bay, both of which are free to the public. Hands down the best place to rent a kayak from is Southwest Outfitters which is close to Mesquite Bay and Rotary Park.

Boat Launch Ramps

Site Six is a public access boat launch that is free to use with parking available at the end of the Island. Lake Havasu State Park / Winston Beach is a public access boat launch that has an entry fee of $25 on weekends & holidays, and $20 on weekdays. It is north of the Island and Bridgewater Channel. Cattail Cove is a state park with public access and fee to launch. You must have a campsite reservation for overnight parking.