Blog from Your Houseboating Experts

Blissful Boatways on Lake of the Woods

  • Posted On: 11/10/17
Lake of the Woods sprawls over the border of the U.S. and Canada. Otherwise, it would be the 6th largest freshwater lake in the U.S. It’s former name of Lake Minitie, an Ojibway name meaning Lake of the Islands, seems quite appropriate considering there are over 14,500 islands in the lake! Click to learn more

Lake Powell Sightseeing

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 09/29/17
Lake Powell, situated on the Arizona/Utah border is well known around the world for its red rock magnificence. No matter where you are on the lake, there is something to explore and marvel at. The following are just a handful out of seemingly infinite possibilities of the must-see stop overs while you're on your houseboat vacation. Click to learn more

Teaching Your Kids to Fish During Your Houseboat Vacation

  • By: Guest Blogger
  • Posted On: 09/15/17
No matter where you intend to head for your houseboat vacation, one thing’s for sure: There will be plenty of great fishing opportunities all around you. This means that you’ll have a great chance to introduce your kids to the sport of fishing. Click to learn more

Lake Cumberland - The Heart of Bluegrass Country

  • Posted On: 09/01/17
Located in southeast Kentucky, Lake Cumberland is at the heart of bluegrass country. And like a heart it is truly the center where people come with the ones they love to fill their hearts with memories and experiences and fun and thrills! The premier houseboat location of bluegrass country and general vacation area has absolutely no shortage of things to do! Whatever time of year you choose to visit Lake Cumberland, you will find that you don... Click to learn more

Top 5 Operational Questions

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 07/07/17
Apart from the logistics of planning, the most common questions we hear from clients is how to operate the houseboat. The following are the top 5 operational questions, answered. Click to learn more

Dale Hollow Lake-A Showcase for the Beauty of Tennessee

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 06/23/17
Dale Hollow Lake sits on the border of Northern Tennessee, a mere 60 miles from another popular houseboat destination, Lake Cumberland in Kentucky. Click to learn more

Bull Shoals Lake-The Caribbean of the Midwest

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 06/09/17
Bull Shoals Lake is a man made lake in the Ozark Mountains of Northern Arkansas and Southern Missouri. Bull Shoals Lake is long, narrow and has a maze like shoreline with creek arms, bays, coves and branches covering over 1,000 miles of heavily forested undeveloped shoreline. Click to learn more

Welcome, Birch Lake in Minnesota!

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 05/26/17
Birch Lake, near the town of Babbitt, is tucked away in the unspoiled allure of the Superior National Forest, offering miles upon miles of lush, green forested shoreline. About 100 miles of picturesque shoreline, islands and remote bays perfect for setting up camp with your houseboat; a little piece of the lake to call your very own for the week. Click to learn more

Make a Splash on Shasta Lake, California

  • By: Heather
  • Posted On: 04/28/17
Shasta Lake, nestled in the majestic Trinity National Forest in northern California, was created by the 2nd largest man made dam in the US. The beautiful mountain and forest scenery is unmatched, making Shasta Lake a top destination for houseboaters and water sport enthusiasts alike. Click to learn more

Lake Mead - The Blue Oasis

  • By: Gina
  • Posted On: 04/14/17
Lake Mead National Recreation Area (NRA) is the largest reservoir in the United States, measured by water capacity. It is on the Colorado River about 24 miles from the Las Vegas Strip southeast of the city of Las Vegas, Nevada. Click to learn more