Test The Water’s, Texas Style

Everything's bigger in Texas, and Boatsetter has got the fleet to match it! Although Texas may not be your typical boating destination, the Lonestar state has a vast assortment of waterways to cater to anyone's needs. Across the state, there are 3,700 named streams and 15 major rivers accounting for over 80,000 miles of Texas land. All of the state's waterways drain towards the Mississippi River, the Texas Gulf Coast, or the Rio Grande, with mouths located in seven major estuaries. Raft down the Rio Grande, a river that forms its border with Mexico, wakeboard across the many lakes, or cruise out of a cove directly into the Gulf.  Texas puts a twist on your typical water experience. So kick off your cowboy boots and sink into some aquatic activities.


With an abundance of river options, how could one not take advantage of water as a means of relaxation? Raft up, fish, picnic on the water, and relax down the river's on a Pontoon. Get the music up and running, your cooler filled, and spread out to soak up the sun while sharing the fun with your loved ones and friends! Or, if you prefer, you can pull up and dock at one of the many restaurants along the waterfronts. Looking to celebrate? Pedal down the river's on this Party Barge while sipping on drinks, and simultaneously getting a workout in. Set your own pace as you take in the beautiful scenery the state has to offer.


Texas has almost endless possibilities for water-sport enthusiasts to partake in, and Boatsetter makes getting out on the bay easier than ever. Whether you prefer skiing, boarding, kayaks, boating, swimming, diving, or snorkeling, there is a perfect lake to spend time on while visiting Texas—which is an ideal way to beat the Lone Star heat. Rent out a MasterCraft Boats X30  that can perfectly accommodate any and all of your aqua adrenaline needs. If you just can't decide which lake to try your preferred water sports and recreational boating on, check out our top pics!
  • Lake Amistad
  • Lake Travis
  • Lake Conroe
  • Lake Lewisville
  • Canyon Lake

Gulf of Mexico

Sailing and cruising are both unique ways to see the beauty of the Texas coastline and its unfiltered view of the ocean. The coastline consists of 367 miles, following a gentle arc from Sabine Pass south to the Rio Grande. More than half of this coastline is protected by low-lying barrier islands, including 113-mile-long Padre Island. There is never a lack of wind. Windspeed averages between 15-20 miles per hour across South Texas making it the perfect place to sail out on a Catamaran or Cruise off into the sunset.
Drift off and don't overthink it. Wherever the current takes you, you will be able to find Boatsetter boats in coastal ports and on scenic lakes throughout the United States and abroad. So pick out that your boat and invite family or friends to join you. Check out our full destination guide and experience Texas boat rentals today!


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