Model #: Crest Pontoon
Wolf River pontoon rentals from Anchor Point Marina. Located near Fremont, Wisconsin, relaxing and enjoying Wolf River on a pontoon boat is a must. The most social boats of all, pontoon boat rentals in Wolf River have the great combination of lounge space and speed that keeps the party going all day.
So gather your friends and plan some time on a pontoon boat and enjoy the sights and sounds of the majestic Wolf River and surrounding lakes like: Lake Poygan, Lake Winneconne, Fox River, and Lake Butte des Morts.
Pontoon Boat Rental Wolf River. Call 920-446-2224 to learn more
A $200 deposit will be taken via credit card at the time of reservation. This deposit serves two purposes. First, it guarantees your rental date for you. Secondly, once you take possession of the pontoon, it becomes your security deposit.
We do not give refunds for inclement weather.
If you cancel and we are able to rebook the pontoon, your deposit will be refunded back to you, less 15% for processing. If we are unable to rebook the pontoon you will lose your deposit.
A checklist of rules and conditions of the pontoon will be signed before departure and compared upon return. Assuming there are no damages or losses, the security deposit will be refunded back to the card. Please note: We do take note of prop condition upon departure and we will charge for prop damage or destruction.
Prior to departure, we will go over your pontoon with you. A member of our staff will cover safety gear, operational procedures, rules of the water, reading the water markers, map of the area and condition of the pontoon, including the prop.
The renter is responsible for the safe and legal operation of the pontoon. Each group must have a designated, non-drinking driver. Enforcement of boating and drinking laws is strict on the river and adjoining lakes. Anchor Point Marina reserves the right to terminate or deny rental due to unsafe or non-sober operations. No refund will be given in this case.
State Law requires that any boat driver born AFTER JANUARY 1ST, 1989 hold a valid Boater's Safety Certificate along with a valid driver's license.