Lakes & Meeting Places
Driving your own boat on the lake is fun and easy. Maps are available and all guests are briefed on the “Rules of the Road” as well as the safe operation of their boat. Adult life vests are already on board and all children under twelve are fitted with vests (that must be worn) prior to boarding. If you do not own child life vests, please let us know. All lakes contain navigational buoys such as slow-no-wake and all markers must be followed for your safety and the safety of others. When in doubt, go slow. Get to know the boat and lake before going fast. We are happy to work with you to answer any specific questions you may have and can offer instruction at an additional cost.
We have selected some of the most beautiful lakes in Wisconsin and you will have access to all of them! Boats For You will deliver your selected pontoon or deck boats to one of the following destinations. If you are interested in renting on another lake, please call.
Pewaukee Lake is a 2437 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 45 feet. The lake’s water is moderately clear.
The Waukesha County Parks launch is located on the west end of Pewaukee Lake on Hwy. E. There are about a dozen car only spots for a fee of six dollars. The Lakeview Blvd. launch is located off Hwy. SS on the South shore, next to Smokey’s bait shop. Car parking is available on nearby streets, but can sometimes be difficult to find. Also, please call about being picked up by boat on the water ski club pier next to the beach at the east end. Pewaukee Lake ordinances can be found here.
Lake Nagawicka is a 981 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 90 feet. The lake’s water is moderately clear.
Lake Nagawicka – Google Map
The launch for Lake Nagawicka is located in Naga-Waukee Park on Mariner Drive. Car parking is located on the hill above the lake for a fee of four dollars per day. The available parking may be limited. Lake Nagawicka ordinances can be found here.
Okauchee Lake is a 1210 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 90 feet. The lake’s water is moderately clear.
Okauchee Lake — Golden Mast Access – Google Map
The Okauchee Lake launch is at Weissgerber’s Golden Mast Restaurant W349 N5293 Lacy’s Lane Okauchee. One car is allowed to park per boat, additional cars can park at ten dollars per car. Parking is in the far back lot, across the street. Okauchee Lake ordinances can be found here.
LAC LA BELLE
Lac La Belle is a 1154 acre lake located in Waukesha County. It has a maximum depth of 45 feet.
Lac La Belle – Google Map
The Lac La Belle launch is located just west of downtown Oconomowoc, next to the band shell and beach. Lac La Belle is a shallow lake with many sand bars. Car parking is in the lot or on the street. Lac La Belle ordinances can be found here.
Delavan Lake is a 1906 acre lake located in Walworth County. It has a maximum depth of 52 feet. The lake’s water clarity is low.
Delavan Lake — Access Off State Hwy 50 – Google Map
The Delavan Lake Launch is located on South Shore Drive just off hwy. 50. Car parking is available at the launch for three dollars per person. Delavan Lake ordinances can be found here.
Geneva Lake is a 5401 acre lake located in Walworth County. It has a maximum depth of 135 feet. The lake’s water clarity is very clear.
Geneva Lake — Williams Bay Access (Village of Williams Bay) – Google Map
William’s Bay is the primary Geneva launch. Please call to discuss other possible launch and pick up locations. There are public parking lots close to the William’s Bay launch. Geneva Lake ordinances can be found here.