Basic Boating Safety Tips and Rules of the Road


 Anyone on a Personal Watercraft (PWC) MUST wear an approved life jacket. There must be a Coast Guard approved wearable life jacket available for everyone in a boat. A skier/tuber is considered a passenger of the boat.


Avoid alcohol. Operating a boat under the influence is just as dangerous as driving a car after drinking.


Operate at a safe speed. Excessive speed or reckless operation is illegal. Slow down for other boats as needed or as conditions dictate. 


Stay to the right. Approach oncoming traffic with them on your left. Try to pass on the left, like in a car, but pick the safest path. That may sometimes be on the right.


Scan constantly for people, objects, and other watercraft.


At night your red and green bow lights and rear white lights must be on.

Operating at night without proper lights is illegal.


Check the capacity of the boat. Do not overload.


Never smoke while fueling or near a fueling dock.


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  • Tubing

    Make sure you know how to properly pull a tuber to prevent injuries.

  • Watersports

    Knowing how to properly pull a skier not only keeps injuries at bay, but maximizes fun for all.

  • Waverunners

    Waverunners can be dangerous if not driven correctly.

  • Rules

    Knowing the rules will give you a better experience on the lake.



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Text.  765-592-3046

1223 S. Raccoon Parkway

Rockville, IN 47872



Sunday - Thursday 9 AM - 6 PM

Friday - Saturday 9 AM - 8 PM 

You must arrive at least an hour and a half before close to rent a boat!


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