Escape to the Mountains for a Scenic Boating Adventure with Georgia boat rentals!

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Looking for a great place to cool off this summer? Georgia boat rentals offer a unique experience like no other.

Whether you enjoy boating, fishing, tubing, swimming, water skiing or simply relaxing on the water, Georgia’s lakes offer unparalleled fun in the water and spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, as well as a variety of recreational activities and Georgia boat rentals.

Nestled in the foothills of the Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains, Lake Lanier is heralded as one of America’s favorite lakes. Over 7.5 million people visit Lake Lanier each year to experience its 692 miles of shoreline and stunning blue waters. Whether you choose to relax on the beach, paddle a quiet cove, zoom down a waterslide, or zip across the waves, Lake Lanier boar rentals are the way to go! You’ll find everything from canopy tours and zip lines to lake cruises, boat tours and waterside dining. Lake Lanier is your one-stop destination to more summer fun than you ever imagined. Check the Lake Lanier Calendar of Events for a full listing of upcoming concerts, festivals, art exhibits, wine cruises, full moon parties, firework displays, and more!

Experience “Georgia’s Freshwater Coast” at Clarks Hill Lake. 71,535 acres of fresh water make this Georgia’s largest reservoir, and the largest man-made lake east of the Mississippi River. Located 30 miles northeast of Augusta on the Savannah River, Clarks Hill Lake offers scenic lakefront campsites and large areas of open water ideal for fishing and boating. Brimming with largemouth, bass, crappie, bluegill and catfish, the lake attracts a variety of bass tournaments that are popular for anglers as well as spectators. In addition to fishing, visitors enjoy boating and skiing, relaxing on the shore, sunbathing, and swimming. Wildlife areas surrounding the lake also offer unspoiled lands for hiking and nature viewing.

Witness the magnificent views of North Georgia’s Blue Ridge Mountains at Carters Lake. With 3,220 acres of clear water surrounded by steep bluff banks and an undeveloped shoreline, it’s easy to see why Carters Lake is a popular hotspot for camping, fishing, picnicking, boating, and mountain biking. Various cabin and boat rental packages are available, including pontoon boats, party barges, and triton rentals.

Lake Allatoona is an 11,860-acre lake located just 40 minutes north of downtown Atlanta. A popular destination for campers, boaters, skiers and anglers, Lake Allatoona offers stunning views and provides clean drinking water to three counties. Cabin rentals overlooking the lake are available as well as boat and jet ski rentals. With a full listing of lakeside campgrounds, restaurants offering lakefront dining, wildlife viewing opportunities, and amenities, it’s easy to see why Lake Allatoona is a popular destination year round.

Complete with cypress flats, hidden coves and secret fishing holes, Lake Blackshear is a popular destination for those looking to enjoy unique boating and fishing experiences with family and friends. This shallow 8,500-acre Flint River reservoir supports healthy populations of bass, crappie, stripers and catfish. Amenities include boat rentals, slip rentals and a full-service marina.

Lake Rabun offers water skiing, fishing, and wonderful sunset cruises. Just 90 miles from Atlanta, Lake Rabun is the perfect getaway from the summer heat and congestion of the city. With a long history of serving its community and a place where families have been creating memories since 1915, Lake Rabun offers the perfect low-key summer getaway. Waterside dining is popular in the spring and summer months, as well as foodie-approved farm to table cuisine. Enjoy water skiing, jet skiing and tubing on the glassy waters. Cocktail sunset cruises are an ideal way to unwind from a fun-filled day. It’s not uncommon to see rare classic wood boats gently cruising along the lake.

Located on the Toccoa River in Chattahoochee National Forest and known as one of Georgia’s most picturesque mountain lakes, Lake Blue Ridge stretches 11 miles southeast from the Blue Ridge dam. The clear aquamarine waters of this 3,290-acre lake are noted among fishermen for their abundance of sunfish, trout, and bass. A scenic overlook above the dam overs beautiful views, while a shaded picnic area near the powerhouse provides a great spot for a picnic lunch. A canoe and kayak launch point located below the dam provides access to the river for non-motorized boaters. Amenities include campsites, several boat ramps and a full-service marina, as well as public swimming and picnic areas.

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Boatsetter has fleets of boats for Georgia boat rentals, including pontoon boats, ski boats, party barges, and triton rentals available to help you embark on your boating adventure. Whether you’re looking for a scenic cruise along Lake Lanier, a romantic sunset cruise along Lake Rabun, or the perfect fishing excursion in any number of Georgia’s popular fishing spots, Boatsetter has everything you need to get out on the lake and experience the Georgia waterways. Reserve today, then pack your sunscreen and get ready for an unforgettable trip to the Georgia lakes!

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