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Old 06-14-2010, 01:09 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hey everyone! Right now I am currently in Afghanistan. I come home on leave in a few weeks and I plan on renting a boat somewhere. Anyone know of places to rent a decent sized boat for about 10 people? I'm looking for either a lake that rents them out and or a place that just rents boats out. Thanks!
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Old 06-14-2010, 03:23 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Pueblo State Park and Marina has great fishing and an excellent bikini hatch...anywhere you go it is going to be pricey and for 10 people you are almost going to have to go pontoon boat I would think...here is a link to the south shore marina and their pontoon rental...like I said it aint cheap...but if you have ten people kicking cash in...there is also a north shore marina too...

http://www.thesouthshoremarina.com/boatrentals.htm

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Thanks for the advice! I'll have to run that by everyone. Have far is pueblo from Denver?
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Fort Carson outdoor Rec Center, had some pontoon boats for rent. They probably still do.
You need to take their boat safety course and show them your tow vehicle.
They also have ski boats, Bass boats etc. You could rent several and have a party.
I used to rent canoes.
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Old 06-14-2010, 12:50 PM   #5 (permalink)
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closer to denver-- both chatfield and cherry creek state parks use to rent pontoon boats.
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Thanks for the advice! I'll have to run that by everyone. Have far is pueblo from Denver?
Around a 100 miles...maybe a hair less...

I didnt put Creek and Chatty out there...I think they rent pontoon boats...I think they are too small and crowded and that your experience at Pueblo would be much better...they do have small no wake areas where you can get away from all the traffic but Pueblo is full and has all sorts of coves and you can air it out more plus the scenery is better...
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Call Buckley as they may have rentals than you can go locally.
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Thanks everyone! How long would the boat class be on fort carson. If it's anything like classes for missions I'm sure it'll be death by powerpoint!!!!
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