Boat and Jet Ski Rentals
ON WATER RENTAL LOCATIONS
Lake Chatuge Boat Rental (On Water Location)
Lake Chatuge, located in Hiawassee, GA., is located very close in proximity to our base of operations. At this location, we operate off of “Dock A” at the Ridges Resort & Marina. Our equipment available for rent includes: jet skis, ski boats and wake boats.
Lake Oconee Boat Rental (4 – On Water Locations)
Young Harris Water Sports is Lake Oconee’s number one rated boat and jet ski rental provider. If your visiting Lake Oconee and want to enjoy it, then you’re in the right place! We currently have four convenient locations to serve you.. Offering jet skis, ski boats, wake boats, tritoon/pontoon boats, center console boats, double-decker boats with water slide, as well as tubes, wakeboards, surfboards, and much more for rent or sale. Lessons and boat captains are offered as well! Click More Info below to find the best location on Lake Oconee for you!
Rich in Civil War and Native American history, Allatoona Lake is located just 40 minutes north of Atlanta off I-75 and I-575 in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is home to Red Top Mountain State Park, one of the Georgia’s most popular parks for day use and overnights.
Lake Blue Ridge is located in the Chattahoochee National Forest of North Georgia. Located just two hours from both Atlanta and Chattanooga, Lake Blue Ridge is an excellent family vacation destination offering boating, jet skiing and many other outdoor activities.
Affectionately dubbed “Lake Superior”, Lake Burton has become a premier vacation paradise. Boating, wakeboarding and jet skiing take on new proportions as you take in the scenic vistas of the surrounding mountains. It was named for Jeremiah Burton, a popular area citizen.
Boaters visit Carters Lake to enjoy its solitude and scenic beauty. Whether you’re in a powerboat, sailboat, or paddling along the shoreline in a canoe, Carters Lake offers everyone an enjoyable boating experience.Carters Lake has seven public boat ramps for easy access.
The 29-mile long, 11,700-acre Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) lake has more than 240 miles of shoreline. And its deep, cold waters provide the ideal habitat for a variety of fish. In fact, record size muskie and walleye have been pulled from its depths. And many believe it’s one of the best.
Lake Glenville is a reservoir located just 8 miles from Cashiers, North Carolina. It was formed by the damming of the west fork of the Tuckasegee River in 1941. Between 1951 and 2002, it was officially known as “Thorpe Reservoir” after J. E. S. Thorpe, Nantahala Power’s first president.
Lake Hartwell is located in the Northeast Georgia Mountains and Upcountry South Carolina. Formed by a Corps of Engineers dam at Hartwell, Georgia and bisected by Interstate 85 as it crosses from Georgia into South Carolina, Hartwell Lake is one of the most accessible lakes in the nation.
Lake Keowee is a pristine 18,500 acre lake in the upstate of South Carolina. With breathtaking views of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Lake Keowee is truly a hidden gem of the South East. Lake Keowee boasts over 300 miles of shoreline with tranquil coves and majestic open water views.
Nestled in the foothills of the Georgia Blue Ridge Mountains lies Lake Lanier, one of America’s favorite lakes. Over 7.5 million people a year choose to visit Lanier. With over 692 miles of shoreline, the lake is well known for its aqua-blue colored water, spectacular scenery and variety of recreational.
Lake Rabun is the third in a series of five lakes along the Tallulah River which are operated by the Georgia Power Company. Located in the Northeast Georgia Mountains, near Clayton, this long, winding lake is jet ski heaven.Lake Rabun was named after William Rabun who served in the state.
Lake Seed in Rabun County – Clayton, North Georgia Mountains Lake Seed receives relatively light fishing pressure and has a good population of Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, and Red Breast Sunfish. A few Walleye are also caught. There is an abundance of small Yellow Perch.
Located in the central region of Georgia, on the Oconee River, Lake Sinclair stretches through the counties of Baldwin, Hancock, and Putnam. Lake Sinclair was created in 1953. With approximately 417 miles (671 km) of scenic shoreline, winding coves and inlets as well as several vast stretches of open water, Lake Sinclair offers recreational boating pleasure. The lake is made up of a 15,330-acre (6,200 ha) area of water and provides both electricity and recreation. Milledgeville, Georgia, is the largest city on Lake Sinclair, though most of the lake is located in Putnam County.