Encompassing nearly 38,000 acres in northeast Georgia, Lake Lanier was originally created to provide hydroelectricity, flood control and a water supply for Atlanta. It has since become a popular place for boating, waterskiing, kayaking and canoeing as well as searching for wildlife like bald eagles and peregrine falcons. Large marinas, waterfront restaurants, native wildlife and beachfront parks are best discovered by the water, and what better way to do that than by renting a boat? You can explore the many small arms and fingers of Lake Lanier as well as tiny islands and secluded coves. Here are some of our suggestions for Lake Lanier boat rentals
Bass Tracker 1600tf
This 17-foot Bass Tracker bass boat
seats four and has everything you need in a Lake Lanier boat rental to reel in yellow perch, channel catfish and spotted, large mouth and striped bass. Electronics and fishing features include a GPS chart plotter, fish and depth finders, a livewell, rod holders and a fish box.
Wellcraft Martinique 2400
The 24-foot Wellcraft cruiser
has a cabin with air conditioning, on-board cooking, a refrigerator and a bathroom. A captain is included in the price of the boat rental. All you have to do is sit back and enjoy the day. This is a great boat for sightseeing, water sports, dining and sunset sailing on Lake Lanier in Georgia.
Harris 240 Solstice
Spacious and comfortable seating, lots of storage space and faux teak decks are just a few of the features and amenities that can be found aboard this 26-foot pontoon boat
. Spend the day sightseeing, fishing or just anchoring out to swim and relax. This particular Lake Lanier boat rental
is also for sale, and all of the rental price will go toward the purchase price should you decide you want to buy it. This is a great opportunity if you’re thinking about buying a boat. Consider it a bit of a test sail before committing to ownership.
Ebbtide 2200 Mystique
Invite the whole office, gather a group of friends or bring along extended family members for a day of swimming, sightseeing, fishing or waterskiing on Lake Lanier. The 22-foot Mystique power boat
can carry up to 12 people and has a cooler, a towable tube and life jackets on board. The extended swim platform is a nice feature for easy access into and out of the water. This boat is located a convenient distance from both the north and the south ends of the lake.