FAQs

Rock Creek Watersports is a great choice for pontoon boat rentals at Fort Peck Lake. Here’s the lowdown on what you might be curious about:

How do I book a pontoon with Rock Creek Watersports?

Super easy! Just give Rock Creek Watersports a shout over the phone or zip through their online booking system. They’re pretty friendly and will get you set up with everything you need for a day on the water. Pro tip: Weekends and holidays are like gold around here, so book early to lock down your spot.

What's included in my pontoon rental from Rock Creek Watersports?

You’ll get a fully equipped pontoon boat ready for adventure. This means life jackets, safety equipment, and a brief run-through on how to operate the boat. Plus, these pontoons come with enough space to lounge and a canopy for shade. Just bring your crew, snacks, and maybe a playlist for the ride.

Do I need any special qualifications to rent a pontoon?

Not really, but you do need to be at least 18 with a valid driver’s license to steer the ship. Rock Creek Watersports will give you a quick briefing to cover all the basics of pontoon operation and safety. If you’re feeling a bit rusty or it’s your first time, don’t sweat it—they’ll make sure you’re comfortable before you set sail.

Can we bring our own food and drinks on the pontoon?

Absolutely, it’s all part of the fun. Pack your cooler with your favorite snacks and drinks. Just remember, if you’re planning to enjoy a few adult beverages, designate someone as the sober skipper to keep things safe on the water. And hey, please keep the lake clean by taking your trash back with you.

What if I have to cancel my reservation? What’s the policy?

Life happens, and the folks at Rock Creek Watersports get that. They usually have a pretty fair cancellation policy, allowing you to cancel up to a certain point before your rental for a full or partial refund. Just check with them when you book for all the nitty-gritty details. They’re all about making sure you have a great experience, even if it means rescheduling for another day.