Blog from Your Houseboating Experts

Lake Mead or Mohave...That is the Question!

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 07/12/19
If you are looking for a desert houseboat location with gorgeous water and breathtaking rock walls, we’ve got just the place for you. Actually, we have 2 of them! Choose between Lake Mead and Lake Mohave in southern Nevada and experience 2 of our jewels of the desert. Click to learn more

The Perfect Shasta Vacation

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 06/07/19
Are you looking for a vacation spot that offers the best of nature, relaxation, and adventure? A romantic weekend or a week of family fun? Shasta Lake has all of that and so much more. Click to learn more

Your Houseboat Guide to the Mississippi River

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 04/05/19
The Mississippi River isn't known as "The Great River" for nothing. Find out what's in store for you on your houseboat expedition on the northern Mississippi. Click to learn more

Why Not Go To Ouachita?!

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 03/01/19
Why come to Lake Ouachita? Because there are a lot of things to do that you can only do and see here! In the middle of Arkansas’s Ouachita National Forest, you will find the state’s largest lake scattered with over 210 islands surrounded by 975 miles of tree-lined shores. Click to learn more

Erie Canal Houseboat Itinerary: West of Macedon

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 02/15/19
The Erie Canal stretches over 500 miles along upstate New York and is known as one of the United States' greatest feats in engineering. Stone locks, lift bridges and guard gates used in the 1800's are still used to operate the canal today. The Erie, Oswego, and Cayuga-Seneca Canals are filled with history, architecture, hundreds of miles of scenic waterway with charming canal towns and trails for exploring. There's so much to do (and all to often... Click to learn more

Erie Canal Houseboat Itinerary: East of Macedon

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 02/01/19
The Erie Canal stretches over 500 miles along upstate New York and is known as one of the United States' greatest feats in engineering. Stone locks, lift bridges and guard gates used in the 1800's are still used to operate the canal today. The Erie, Oswego, and Cayuga-Seneca Canals are filled with history, architecture, hundreds of miles of scenic waterway with charming canal towns and trails for exploring. There's so much to do (and all to often... Click to learn more

Lake Cumberland Waterfall Guide

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 01/04/19
Kentucky's Lake Cumberland area offers many impressive natural wonders with a surprising abundance of waterfalls! Here is a list of some of the area favorites. Click to learn more

The 3 Day Effect - Why You Need Nature

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 12/07/18
Ever heard of the 3 Day Effect? It boils down to this: your brain needs a break from technology and every day stresses; it takes 3 days in nature for your brain to relax. Because science. Click to learn more

Norris Lake The Clearest and Cleanest in the Southeast!

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 11/02/18
Only an hour’s drive north of Knoxville, TN, Norris Lake is nestled among both the Cumberland and Smoky Mountains. With over 800 miles of tree lined shores that outline the clear blue water, Norris Lake is considered one of the cleanest lakes in the southeast. Click to learn more

Flicks and Reads to Inspire Your Houseboat Vacation

  • Posted On: 10/05/18
Movies or books about the outdoors always inspire us. More often than not, the stories that unite us as a family or group of friends are those of something unplanned happening. Sometimes things go terribly wrong and it ends up being humorous, sometimes the story is one of moral courage, adventure, and survival. Whatever it is, these are the stories that get retold at family get occasions. Click to learn more