Lake Pleasant AZWhen making summer plans, many of us make a goal to get out on the water. There’s nothing quite as fun and refreshing as a day out on the lake. Whether you’re jet skiing, fishing, or pleasure cruising, lake life is the best. In case you too dream of some summer watersport fun, then our crew at Sand Highway RV Rentals LLC recommends spending some time at Lake Pleasant, AZ.

About Lake Pleasant

Lake Pleasant is the largest lake in the greater Phoenix and Scottsdale area, drawing vacationers and watersport enthusiasts by the droves during the summer months. It’s best known as a mecca for all things boating and power watersports. And why not? With over 10,000 surface acres of water to explore and 116 miles of shoreline to enjoy, there’s plenty of Lake Pleasant to go around. Open all year long, 24 hours a day, you can enjoy Lake Pleasant at all hours of the day whenever the mood strikes.

Boat Rental

Don’t have your own boat? No problem. At Sand Highway, we rent more than just RV rentals. We also have a quality selection of pontoon boat rentals that are perfect for a lazy day out on Lake Pleasant. You can pack your own picnic lunch, sunbathe out on the sun deck, or even try out tubing. Our 22-foot Pleasure Cruiser accommodates up to 11 people, so you will have plenty of room for all your family or friends to enjoy a day at the lake. And in case you decide to stay awhile, we also offer weekly or monthly discounts.

Local Lodging

Deciding to stay awhile? Being less than 35 miles from downtown Phoenix, Lake Pleasant has plenty of lodging options. However, our favorite (obviously) is camping nearby. You can rent one of our motorhomes in addition to your boat rental to make a real vacation out of it. Spend your days out on the water, and then return to your motorhome in the evening for time around the campfire with friends.

To find out more about our boat or RV rentals, contact Sand Highway today at (602) 730-4505. We’ll gladly talk with you about our rates and help you make a reservation.

 

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