As you are planning your Lake Cumberland houseboat vacation or considering one, we have assembled an insightful list of frequently asked questions to help you find the most suitable houseboat rentals on Lake Cumberland.
Q: Are houseboats big enough for a family vacation, or for multiple friends?
A: Lake Cumberland houseboat rentals come complete with beautiful kitchens, living areas, super comfy and modern bedroom suites that can accommodate just about any size group, and many houseboats offer a variety of slides and hot tubs.
Q: Where can I find houseboat rentals on Lake Cumberland?
A: You have several options for houseboat rentals and they have a great selection.
- Reserve your houseboat at State Dock Marina. Your houseboat will come equipped with Towels & Bedding, Basic Cooking & Eating Utensils, Coffee Maker & Toaster, Life Jackets, Garbage Bags & Marine Grade Toilet Paper. State Dock Marina also offers Provisioning Service. Order your food online and it is packed in your houseboat refrigerator when you arrive.
- Reserve your houseboat at Jamestown Resort & Marina. Your houseboat will include a Marine Radio, Gas Grill, Cookware, Dishes and Cutlery, Cooler(s), Deck Furniture, Tie Up Ropes, and Life Jackets.
- Indian Hills Alligator II Marina offers luxurious houseboats that sleep 12 and are fully electric with central heat and air conditioning, generator, TV/VCR, Range, Refrigerator, Coffee Maker and Toaster as well as all linens are provided. Basic Cooking and Eating Utensils, Large Cooler, Deck Furniture, Gas Grill, Inboard-Outboard Engines, Fly Bridge, Party Top, and Slide.
Q: Are houseboat rentals like cabin rentals where the prices change depending on the season?
A: Prices fluctuate seasonally like cabin rentals. The most affordable time to rent a Lake Cumberland houseboat is March up to Memorial Day and then after Labor Day into October. Even in the peak months, houseboat rentals on Lake Cumberland Kentucky are very affordable.
Q: Do I need a special license to pilot a houseboat on Lake Cumberland in KY?
A: Operating a houseboat is easy and no special license or previous houseboating experience is required. Before you set out, an experienced captain will give you a lesson on how to operate the boat and pilot you out of the marina. While on the lake, just ease into the bank and tie off. If you have any questions, help is just a radio call away.