Welcome to Caseville Boat Rental!

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We rent summer fun!

Caseville Boat Rental provides a relaxing way for vacationers and locals to enjoy the water around Caseville.   

 

All of the fun, none of the hassle.

No need to worry about filling up the tank or stressing about getting the boat in the water.  

Our all inclusive rental is meant to take the hassle out of boating. Our 2017 - 23' South Bay Tripletoon is equipped with everything you need to have a safe, fun-filled day on the water.  Just pack a day bag with sunscreen and snacks and hit the waves! 

 
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Rental Packages

We offer half and full day rentals so you can experience Caseville like never before - from the water! Cruise to Caseville beach or through the Sand Point canals, or make the voyage to Charity Island! Our rental packages are all-inclusive with no additional fees. 

 
 

half-day Rental (4 hours) = $249

Full-day rental (8 hours) = $399

 
 

Caseville

The Closer "Up North"

Caseville is a great place to live and visit! With many attractions and events taking place throughout the summer months, Caseville is a popular destination for summer tourists. Caseville is known for it's popular sandy beaches, world-class perch fishing and boating, and fun events like the award winning "Cheeseburger in Caseville" festival, a 10-day-long festival in August that celebrates the final weeks of summer that includes concerts, a "Parade of Tropical Fools, cheeseburger tasting contest, sandcastle building contest, and many more activities and events.

 

top 10 things to do in Caseville:

  1.  Go fishing/boating, cruise to Charity Island or the canals around Sand Point
  2.  Watch the sunset over the lake
  3.  Play mini golf or race go carts
  4.  Spend a day at the beach
  5.  Play a round of golf 
  6.  Rent a kayak/SUP/kiteboard 
  7.  Go shopping
  8.  Eat out
  9.  Go out for ice cream
  10.  Check out a local event

 

When you’re done on the water, check out CBR’s favorite spots in town.

Grab some food at the Wooded Island Grill, stop for a drink at the Blue Water Inn, or enjoy one of the city’s many festivals and events - Cheeseburger in Caseville or RibStock. During the summer months, the city is always hopping with fun activities. ENJOY!

 

Experience Caseville by Water

 

Cruise to Caseville Beach or through the Sand Point canals, or make the voyage to Charity Island.  

 
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