The La Crosse Region

Boat Rentals

Set Sail! There's no better feeling than riding the waves of our outstanding river waters! If you are cruising for the day or just a few hours, these top rentals have all the accommodations you need for the perfect boating experience.

American Marine

922 S Bainbridge Street
La Crosse, WI 54603

Offering boat sales, services, storage, slips and rentals! Boats range from small pontoons up tp 75′ yachts. They have it all!

S&S Boat Rentals

990 S. Front Street
Lansing, IA 52151

From luxurious houseboats to pontoons and fishing boats this family owned business has been providing extradentary experiences out on the water since 1960!

Fun ‘N the Sun Houseboats

W1749 River Harbor Rd.
Alma, WI 54610

Once in a lifetime houseboat experience for those who love the outdoors but want the luxurious accommodations!

Schafer’s River Rentals

W7221 North Shore Lane Onalaska, WI 54650

Whether you need room for 6 or 15 people, there’s a Pontoon for every size! As well as the perfect rental fishing boat priced by the hour or the entire day!

Design A Cruise

129 Marina Dr. La Crosse, in front of Huck Finns

This twin engine pontoon is a double-deck pontoon. Customize your cruise, then sit back, relax and enjoy your time on the water.  

More to do on the water

Paddle Away! Popular Paddle Rentals in La Crosse County
Paddle Away! Popular Paddle Rentals in La Crosse County

With the Mighty Mississippi and it’s back waters, Lake Onalaska, Lake Neshonoc, the La Crosse River AND the Black River, we have plenty of opportunities for those who seek to explore via paddling.

5 Places to Eat on the Water
5 Places to Eat on the Water

Spring and summer are short and sweet in the La Crosse Region. Want to take advantage of the option to dine outside? Here are five great places to eat on the water—where there’s an abundance of river views and sunshine.  

All about Fishing
All about Fishing

Near La Crosse, the Upper Mississippi sprawls well beyond its main channel, creating hundreds of tiny islands, channels, and deep pools which harbor more species of fish than any other temperate-climate river in the world.