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From the swirling waters of the Wisconsin River to the pristine lakes surrounding Wisconsin Dells, there is plenty of fun to be had with a day on the water. If you’re looking for things to do in the Dells, from fishing to powerboating to pleasure cruising, the local marinas have everything you need to stock up for a family outing, as well as Wisconsin Dells boat rental to complete your vacation experience.
Located on the shores of the Wisconsin River below the Dells, this full-service boat shop has everything you need to enjoy the area’s outdoor attractions. Rent canoes or kayaks for the day or the entire week and explore the river and its incredible sandstone rock formations (the “dells”) that soar above the river valley and give Wisconsin Dells its name. Enjoy a lazy afternoon floating with the current after “The Dam Kayak Trip,” rent a pontoon boat for the entire family, or take out a 14’ aluminum skiff with outboard motor to investigate the prime fishing grounds in the Lower Dells. Beginners and experts alike will enjoy the quest to land the biggest fish, with walleye, sauger, pike, muskie, and multiple species of bass teeming in these waters.
Looking for a full-service marina with the latest in jet-rocket fast Wave Runners? Look no further than Dells Water Sports for your Wisconsin Dells Boat Rental needs. Offering more than 70 rental boats, if it has an engine and goes fast, they have it. At the main marine on Lake Delton you can launch your own boat or rent one by the day or week. Check out their lineup of powerful ski boats and offerings of water skis, kneeboards, and wakeboards, or provide your own power with a standup-paddleboard rental. Kayaks, canoes, and paddleboats are also available, making it easy to explore Lake Delton. If you have a large group, their 13-person pontoon boats are a relaxing way to enjoy a summer day on the cool inviting waters. Additional locations on Mirror Lake and Castle Rock Lake mean you can explore some of the smaller, lesser known (but no less spectacular) lakes that dot these magical woods.
There is simply no better way to behold the amazing geology of the dells than from the river. Whether you take a guided tour, board a paddleboard steamer, or rent your own boat from one of the local marinas, you simply must experience Wisconsin Dells from the historical Wisconsin River and surrounding lakes, all just a short drive from your vacation rental at Spring Brook.