Blog from Your Houseboating Experts

Lake Cumberland: Houseboating Heaven

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 04/02/21
Lake Cumberland, in south central Kentucky is a favorite destination for houseboaters and water recreation enthusiasts. It's well known for its tree-lined beauty, world class fishing, record breaking events, and sightseeing. With over 100 square miles, and 1200 miles of shoreline, there are endless possibilities of ways to enjoy this area. Click to learn more

A Desert Adventure on Lake Mead

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 03/05/21
Surrounded by calm waters and enormous rock canyons, Lake Mead is a haven for houseboating, water activities, hiking, and tranquility. Click to learn more

The Sky's the Limit at Skiatook Lake

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 02/05/21
We are proud to announce our new partner just 25 miles from downtown Tulsa in northern Oklahoma’s Green Country; the big, the beautiful, Skiatook Lake. Often referred to as the “Lake of Osage” and the “Gateway to Osage” which originated from an Osage Native American, who was a frequent trader at the local trading post in the future town of Skiatook. Click to learn more

Recreate At Kentucky Lake

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 01/01/21
In 1937, a terrible flood struck the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys. The flood caused devastation to communities, farms, and families, forcing some to temporarily relocate not once, but twice. The damming of the Tennessee River was completed in 1944 thus creating Kentucky lake. Click to learn more

Florida Keys Fishing and Lobster Season

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 12/04/20
The Florida Keys are a string of islands off the southern coast of Florida. This island destination is the perfect getaway year round. A short mile off of Marathon Key (mid-Keys) sits your very own private island with the 38' Houseboat Click to learn more

Our Team Getaway on Lake Mohave

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 11/06/20
As your houseboat agents, we love houseboating too. So when we get a chance to take a team trip, we jump at it. With each new location, we gain insight on the unique experience each destination offers so we can better instruct you on what to expect on your own visits. Click to learn more

A Tale of Two Anglers and the Smallies That Made Them Famous

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 10/02/20
Dale Hollow Lake is known for many things; houseboating, clear water and its unaffected beauty. But Dale Hollow is known most for fishing-calling itself home to one of the most popular freshwater game fish in all of North America, the Smallmouth Bass. Click to learn more

Fall Fun at Smith Mountain Lake

  • By: Sydney
  • Posted On: 09/15/20
When you think of taking a houseboat vacation, I’m sure you’re imagining long summer days and hot weather. While you’re not wrong, summer certainly is the most popular season for houseboating, you’ll be missing out if you overlook the days after Labor Day. Click to learn more

Houseboating in Wine and Water Country at Lake Berryessa

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 08/07/20
Lake Berryessa, only 45 minutes away from beautiful Napa Valley wine country is the largest body of freshwater in Napa County, sprawling 23 miles long and plunging 275 feet deep. Click to learn more

Lake Billy Chinook - a Central Oregon Paradise

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 07/10/20
Lake Billy Chinook is the confluence of three of Oregon's great rivers: the Metolius, Deschutes, and Crooked River. Only a 45 minute drive north of Bend, OR near the town of Culver. With 72 miles of cliffed shoreline, Lake Billy Chinook is the perfect backdrop for houseboating and any other water activities your heart desires. Click to learn more