Take your vacation to Lake Powell on the 26′ JC Pontoon. Be envy of the waters and enjoy amenities such as a full shade, two captain chairs, and plenty of room to comfortably seat 14 people. The 26′ Pontoon is a perfect companion for Lake Powell.
hourly rental starting at
$135.00 (2hr min)
half-day rental starting at
$450.00 (5hrs min)
*hourly and half day rentals are a first come, first served basis, with a 2-hour minimum and can only be booked in person at the marina.
1-day rental starting at
A reservation is confirmed only after receipt of all requested deposits by the due dates shown on invoice. Failure to pay deposits/payments by their due date will result in the loss of your reservation and, in the case of final payment not being paid on time, will subject your reservation to any applicable cancellation fees (as outlined in Cancellation Policies below)
Lake Powell’s water levels have dropped over the past few years, but there’s still so much to explore by boat. While the shoreline has changed in most of the canyons and bays, it is simply different, but far from gone. There is plenty of deep water, canyons, bays and coves to explore. Please read more about Lake Powell water levels here.
Unfortunately, no. With Dangling Rope Marina being closed, there is simply not enough fuel to make it to Rainbow Bridge and back to the marina. Also, the dock at Rainbow Bridge is temporarily closed and not manned by the NPS. However, there are many other wonderful coves and canyons to visit that are with a half-day rental and tank of fuel such as (in order from Antelope Point Marina) Navajo Canyon, Warm Creek, Labyrinth Canyon, Gunsight Canyon, Face Canyon, West Canyon & Last Chance.
Customers are unable to go to Horseshoe Bend from any of the marina’s on Lake Powell. Horseshoe Bend is located down the river past the Glen Canyon Dam.
No. Marina Cart Service will not transport fuel due to safety hazards. Bringing gas cans onto rental boats voids your rental contract.
Park entrance fees are NOT included with tours or rentals. All visitors entering any of Lake Powell’s marinas (which are all located within National Recreation Area) are required to pay the park’s entrance fee.
No. Camping is not allowed in Antelope Canyon. The best way to experience Antelope Canyon is via kayak, rental boat or on a guided tour.
Sinking boat, Life-threatening Emergencies, or personal injury, please HAIL National Park Service on Marine Channel 16. If you have another type of urgent boat malfunction (i.e. steering, motor or generator issues) contact Antelope Point Marina Boat Rentals.
Depending on the nature of your emergency, our Boat Rental team may be able to rescue you. The cost of the rescue is paid for through the forfeiture of your deposit.
With current water levels, kayaks are the only watercraft at this time that can get all the way into the Canyon. You may beach your kayak and take a self-guided hike.