Boat rental in Indiana

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With or without a captain
Price per day
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Boat length
0 - 196+ ft
Engine power
0 - 400+ hp
Year of manufacture
2002 - 2023
Search radius
250 Max MI
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Boat Rental in Indiana with Click&Boat

Although Indiana is a landlocked state, it has plenty of small lakes that offer an exclusive way to get on the water. All the way to the northern part of the state are the towns of Gary, Michigan City, and Long Beach, which border Lake Michigan. The lakes provide the best opportunities for fishing as locals love to catch bass, crappie, bluegill, and northern pike.

​​Click&Boat offers plenty of boat rentals throughout Indiana for locals and visitors. It’s a great opportunity to get on the water and explore the freshwater lakes of the state. Rent a private boat with a captain in Indiana so that you can enjoy more of your fishing or boating excursion without worrying about navigation, anchorage, and dockage.

Things to do in Indiana

Indiana covers a large amount of land as it’s the 38th largest state in America. Indiana is landlocked with Illinois to the west, Kentucky to the south, Ohio to the east, and Michigan to the north. There are plenty of things to do in Indiana, here are a few ideas depending on where you are within the state:

  • Visit Indiana Dunes National Park for a hiking or camping excursion.
  • Take the kids to the Children’s Museum of Indianapolis to discover interactive and educational exhibits.
  • Shop within the Indianapolis City Market to find local crafts, food, and drinks.
  • Check out the Indianapolis Catacombs.
  • Explore New Harmony, a failed utopia from the 1800s.
  • Visit the Indiana State Capitol!
  • Snag tickets to the Indy 500.
  • Rent a boat and cruise within one of Indiana’s freshwater lakes!

How much is a boat rental in Indiana?

The price of a boat rental in Indiana depends on the type of vessel, the size of the boat, the number of guests, location, and the time of year. Plus, with Click&Boat, you can add extras to your yacht charters such as a captain and crew or water toys. An Indiana motorboat rental starts at $1,200/day for up to 6 guests.

Where can I boat in Indiana?

Because Indiana is a landlocked state, boaters depend on freshwater lakes to get on the water. There are only about 19 natural lakes scattered throughout Indiana — the 3 biggest lakes being Gibson Lake, Lake Wawasee, and Mississinewa Lake. Other various lakes are manmade.

The best lakes in Indiana include Tippecanoe Lake (a large glacial lake is in north-central Indiana), Lake Maxinkuckee for fishing, and Lake Monroe to spot wildlife. These freshwater lakes aren’t big bodies of water but still provide an excellent opportunity to enjoy boating in Indiana.

To the north, the land bordering Lake Michigan has plenty of marinas and harbors for boaters to start and end their boat rental or charter. Get on the water with a Click&Boat boat rental to explore Indiana beyond land.

Rent a boat with a captain in Indiana

Whether you’re a local or a tourist, renting a boat can be a lot more enjoyable with a captain at the helm. With a licensed captain, enjoy a tailor-made experience and cruise at your own pace. Don’t forget to take advantage of their local knowledge, as it’s a highly recommended way to discover Indiana’s freshwater lakes.

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