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Boat Rental Opportunities for All Seasons in New Hampshire

Boat Rental Opportunities for All Seasons in New Hampshire

Boat Rentals in New Hampshire at Lake Winnipesaukee Year Round
One of the best things about vacationing in beautiful New Hampshire is that it really is an all-season vacation spot. In fact, you can get local rentals year-round that will help you to enjoy Lake Winnipesaukee and all of the great opportunities in the surrounding area. For example, New Hampshire boat rentals are great when the water is free of ice, and Bob House rentals are what you need to stay warm while fishing out on the frozen lake. You can also rent other things, such as all-season or ice fishing tackle, underwater video cameras, and fishing rods.

Recreational Boating
Many visitors to the lake choose to get boat rentals so they can get out and enjoy the water. Tubing, water skiing, snorkeling, diving, fishing, and swimming are just some of the activities that people enjoy on Lake Winnipesaukee. New Hampshire boat rentals through the NH Hole in the Wall can help vacationers, even those who don’t have any boating experience, rent a boat and get out on the water. Canoes, rowboats, and kayaks don’t require the use of motors. Low horsepower (HP) motorized options, including a 13-foot 25HP Boston Whaler and a 16-foot 25 HP Lund Aluminum.

Couples, families, and groups of friends will often come out to the lake to enjoy the water. Larger boat rentals are available but will require a safety course and certification. Make sure to find out about any requirements for licensing before your trip to New Hampshire to avoid any confusion about what you need to do to use a specific type of vessel. It is much more affordable to rent a boat than most people realize. Just give us a call at the NH Hole in the Wall to get a free quote on prices for New Hampshire boat rentals in Wolfeboro.

Explore the Lake
Another reason why many visitors to Lake Winnipesaukee want to rent a boat during their trip is to be able to explore the lake. The shore is beautiful, and there are approximately 288 miles of shoreline to explore. However, getting out on the water provides a unique perspective that you just can’t get from on land. You can also explore the islands, and there are more than 250 of them. About half are quite small, less than a quarter acre in total, but there are also 26 islands that are 25 acres or larger, including the biggest of them all, Long Island, which is 1,186 acres.

It is highly recommended for those new to the area to get a good GPS device and a navigational chart when you rent boats in Wolfeboro. Just like a good fisherman uses an underwater video camera to check out the terrain underwater, boaters and explorers should make sure that they have all the tools they need to avoid getting lost. The lake is so large, and many of the islands and areas will begin to look alike if you have been out on the water too long. A good GPS will help you navigate the lake and make it back to the hotel or cabin rental when you are ready to call it a day. In addition to getting lost, many new-to-the-area boaters have run up on rocks that are hidden just underneath the surface in the shallows.

Ice Fishing in Winter
Another reason why many are drawn to Lake Winnipesaukee is to take advantage of the ice fishing in winter. No matter the season, the NH Hole in the Wall has got you covered. Ice fishing tackle rentals, as well as Bob House rentals, can help you to take advantage of the season. If you have never been ice fishing before, it is a unique experience. Once the lake is fully iced-in, it is typically safe to walk on it through March or April. Many visitors also enjoy snowmobiling, skiing, and other winter activities.

Contact the NH Hole in the Wall
If you are interested in New Hampshire boat rentals or if you want to make a reservation. Give us a call at 1-603-569-HOLE (4653) and ask to speak with one of our friendly employees. We can help you with any questions that you might have about ice fishing tackle, underwater video cameras, Bob House rentals and anything else that you might need to really get out there and enjoy your trip to Lake Winnipesaukee.

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