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Houseboat Rentals and Vacations Review

Updated on January 8, 2011

Houseboat Rental Vacation

If you are looking for a truly unique vacation idea, why not try renting a houseboat? Spending quality time on houseboats for a weekend getaway or a month long adventure is going to lead to life-long wonderful memories for you and your family. You can find suitable houseboat rentals in many of the top water, lake, gulf and ocean destinations around the country. The House Boating website is one place to check for vacation house boat rental accommodations and availability for many top trip destinations. When planning a trip it makes sense to contact several different concessionaires, vendors and providers of services and accommodations in order to get the best availability and prices.

This company provides consumers a convenient access point to many concessionaires for houseboating vacations across America. Their official website at, provides a convenient layout of information. You can browse travel destinations, locations and lakes across the country. There is also a section for trip specials and contact information. Renting a house boat is like vacationing in nice hotel suite, only larger, and floating on the water.

Houseboat Rentals and Vacation Destinations

You can rent these floating hotel accommodations across the country. Some of the destinations and locations they provide access to from this travel website include Southeast U.S., Southern U.S., Northeast, Midwest, Southwest U.S., California, Northwest U.S. and Canada. Some of the more specific cities, lakes, rivers, locations include Lake Powell, Lake Mohave, Lake Mead, California Delta, Lake Armistad, Lake of the Ozarks, Norris Lake, Lake Roosevelt, Lake Havasu, Lake Koocanusa, Lake Travis, Kentucky Lake, Bull Shoals Lake, Lake San Antonio, Sanibel and Captiva Islands, Florida, Florida Keys, FL, Lake of the Woods, Lake Lanier, Erie Canal Boats, Mississippi River, Smith Mountain Lake, Lake Vermilion, Suwannee River, St. John's River and more.

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      Ullrocks 7 years ago

      We used for a Houseboat rental at Lake Mead and I have to share my experience. I've never felt comelled to write a review in my life, but this time I have no choice.

      When we first boarded the boat, we settled in and waited a while for instructions. After that 30 min or so we were asked to board a different boat bc this one is broken. Several things were left on that first boat that we caught the maid throwing away, what happened to phone calls??!

      The second boat literally smelled like feces, we later discovered a clogged toilet that wasn't properly cleaned. Nasty.

      No one warned us that we would have several hours and $1,000 charges (Yes, one thousand) in oil/gas to get from Temple Bar to the places where other people actually congregate past the narrows.

      I guess the bat inhabiting the place is normal for that area, but we weren't even offered any perks for doing our own plumbing. When we called to complain about the suprise charges we were just told tough luck. Next time we'll find an outfit in Callville Bay, seems worth the extra money now.