Boats depart at 9:00am, 10:00am or in the evenings at 6:00pm.
Each pontoon seats 9 or 10 people.
Morse Marina offers eight quality, comfortable pontoons that you can reserve. Availability on weekends and holidays can be limited, so be sure to schedule your boat in advance! Reservations are strongly recommended.
No previous boating experience is necessary, our instructors will teach you all the basics of boating.
Each pontoon seats 10 people, and allows you to enjoy swimming, fishing and boating on Morse Lake.
Your reserved pontoon will depart at a certain time and is due back by a certain time. Late fees will be assessed for late returns. No overnight rentals. Pricing varies depending on the season, book below.
Daytime rentals are available starting in April, depending on the weather.
Evening rentals are available starting the Friday of Memorial Weekend and run through Sunday, July 15th.
In-season rentals fill quickly.
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As long as it is well behaved. Many dogs love a day on the lake as much as people do. As long as your dog is well behaved, and you are fully prepared to clean up after it, you may certainly bring it along.
The boat does not come equipped with a cooler, so plan to bring your own to keep your food and drinks cold. (We do sell ice at the gas house, where you will depart from.) If you plan to bring alcoholic beverages, please know that the same rules apply for the driver of a boat as for that of a car. There is also a restaurant on-site where you can choose to dine or call for dockside delivery!
We do not provide a driver, you do. The driver must be 25 or older and have a valid driver’s license. A brief orientation will be given on how to operate the pontoon boat before departure.
At the marina or the gas house.
Daytime rentals will check in at the main marina building. At that time we will make a copy of your driver’s license and send you down to our gas house, which is the departure area for pontoon rentals. Evening rentals can report directly to the gas house, as the marina will be closed when you arrive for your rental. There is parking available on our lot, close to the departure area.
While bringing a driver who already knows how to operate a boat can provide a more relaxing day for everyone, it is not required. Our staff will spend time doing a brief orientation prior to your departure. This orientation is typically sufficient to help a first-time boater understand the basic operations of a pontoon boat.
The pontoon will come with a full tank of gas. When you return the boat you will be directed in to one of our gas docks and a marina employee will top-off the tank and let you know how much you owe for fuel. Fuel charges can vary greatly depending on how much you drive the boat. Some people use around $10, others, upwards of $25.
All required safety equipment.
The boat comes furnished with everything required to be legal and safe on the water. That includes foam life vests equal to the maximum capacity of your pontoon. We highly recommend bringing your own life jackets for infants and very young children, because you have a better knowledge of what will be comfortable to them for the day. We do have some youth vests available for use as well.
A max head count number.
Each pontoon boat has a metal plate near the captain’s seat that lists the maximum capacity for that pontoon boat. Our pontoons are all rated for up to 10 people. That number is a head count, that includes babies, young children, teens and adults alike. So, even though adults are bigger than kids, 2 small children still count as 2 for the maximum capacity. DNR and the Police monitor the lake. If they stop and check your pontoon and your head count is above maximum capacity, you will be issued a ticket and a fine.
Our rental pontoons are NOT speedboats. They are not equipped for speed, but for a fun, relaxing day out on the water with family and friends. Our boats have a 50HP engine, which is great for cruising around the lake and finding the perfect cove to anchor and enjoy the sunshine.