We have several boats available for rent including pontoons, motorboats, canoes, and kayaks. Any person renting a motorized boat must obtain a valid boater's safety certificate if born AFTER January 1st, 1989.
Life jackets, boat gas, and paddles are all provided as well as a brief run down on basic boat operation by a staff member.
Be sure to call in advance for boat rentals. They book up extremely fast!
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Small (6 Person) Pontoon
4 Hours (Mon-Thurs Only) - $70.00
1 Day, All Day - $110.00
2 Days, All Day - $185.00
Medium (8 Person) Pontoon
4 Hours (Mon-Thurs Only) - $90.00
1 Day, All Day - $155.00
2 Days, All Day - $250.00
Large (10 Person) Pontoon
4 Hours (Mon-Thurs Only) - $130.00
1 Day, All Day - $210.00
2 Days, All Day - $370.00
XL (12 Person) Pontoon
4 Hours (Mon-Thurs Only) - $145.00
1 Day, All Day - $225.00
2 Days, All Day - $395.00
2 Hours (Mon - Thu) - $35.00
4 Hours (Mon-Thu) - $45.00
1 Day, All Day - $75.00
2 Days, All Day - $130.00
2 Hours (Mon - Thu) - $15.00
4 Hours (Mon-Thu) - $25.00
1 Day, All Day - $45.00
2 Days, All Day - $70.00
(4 kayaks available)
(8 canoes available)
Boat rentals are available seven days a week! If renting on Friday, Saturday, or Sunday, you must rent for a FULL day. Two and Four hour rentals are only available Monday - Thursday.
ALL boat renters MUST check in at the office!
If you are doing a full day rental for a pontoon or motor boat, you are REQUIRED to check in at the Park Office between
8am and 10am.
Blackhawk Lake takes pride in providing a safe and fun time for all guests. A large part of ensuring this is making sure all boat renters are informed of basic boat operation and lake navigation and are properly equipped for all boat passengers. Boat operators are to meet with park management or a team lead for a short demonstration of boat operation and safety precautions.
Please be considerate of our staff and show up on time to get your boat. We want to ensure that you get the MOST out of your boat rental and enjoy your day on the lake!
Boat Renters Notice
Wisconsin state law states you must be born before January 1, 1989 in order to operate a watercraft WITHOUT a Boater’s Safety license. If you were born after this date, you will be required to take the Boater’s safety test.
Wisconsin residents and visitors needing a boater safety education card to rent a boat or personal watercraft can now get their temporary safety certificate at the
The course covers all the information you’ll need to know to receive you temporary boating certificate. The entire course can be taken on a smartphone, tablet, or computer. Sign up and complete your course today.
To inquire about availability or to make a reservation, please call us at 608-623-2707.
Rules and Regulations
Watercraft rentals are for daylight hours only. Under no circumstances can our watercraft be operated in the dark (AM or PM).
Wisconsin Boating regulations must be followed at all times.
Any UNSAFE us of the watercraft will not be tolerated. Any unsafe activity can result in the rental agreement being terminated and no refund shall be given.
Weather condition and/or lack of watercraft knowledge on the client's part are NOT grounds for a refund.
Watercraft must be returned clean and tidy free of garbage and debris.
Pets are permitted but MUST be cleaned up after.
Any cancellations must be done at lease 5 days in advance for camp credit, NO REFUNDS WILL BE GIVEN!