Lake Powell Jet Ski and Watercraft Rentals! H2O–Zone is Lake Powell’s #1 source for watercraft rentals and repairs offering great rates and friendly service. Locally owned and operated for over 10 years.

At H20-Zone, we always have a wide variety of equipment available for rent with rates to serve every lifestyle. Our equipment is carefully inspected and serviced to ensure they are ready for you! Our shop is located in Page, Arizona — only moments away from beautiful Lake Powell.

Drop by, give us a call or make your reservation online and you’ll see why we remain the best personal watercraft rental service company in Northern Arizona!

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COMMON QUESTIONS
Are your watercraft rentals on the water?

No, but we’re a short drive away! Unfortunately, Wahweap Marina and Antelope Point Marina are the concessionaires of Lake Powell, which means we are not allowed to launch our own rental property. See GETTING TO THE LAKE below for details on renting your watercraft from H2O Zone.

Do you offer hourly or half-day rates?

No, we only offer full day rentals. However, when planning your vacation, if you find only a portion of your day is available, you may request a pickup anytime before 1:00 pm as long as you return by 5:00 pm.

What is the pickup and return time?

Pickup is anytime after 8:00 am; return anytime before 5:00 pm. Please be aware that Page, Arizona, is only a few miles from the Utah border. Utah observes daylight saving time during the summer and is one hour ahead. If you use a mobile phone to keep time, your phone may sporadically switch time zones. We suggest you set your time to Mountain Standard Time (MST), UTC-07:00, or Phoenix, U.S.A.

Do you rent at Bullfrog Marina?

No, Bullfrog Marina is 286 miles (5 hours) away from our location. We are located in Page, Arizona, near Wahweap Marina and Antelope Point Marina.

Do I need a driver’s license or special permit?

No. If you are over the age of 18, you can legally operate personal watercraft on Lake Powell.

What months are you open for business?

We are open seasonally from mid-May until October 1. Lake Powell warms up in May and June, with water temperatures averaging 67ºF/19ºC. July, August and September offer warmer water averages of 78ºF/25ºC. Year-round watercraft rentals are available directly from Wahweap Marina and Antelope Point Marina, but be advised that water temperatures drop as low as 50ºF/10ºC during the winter months.


GETTING TO THE LAKE
Where are you located?

We are located in the City of Page, 7 miles from Wahweap Marina and 10 miles from Antelope Point Marina.

Do I have to transport the watercraft to Lake Powell?

Yes. Due to National Park Service regulations, you must transport, launch and retrieve the watercraft rental yourself. There are 3 launch ramps on Lake Powell near Page, Arizona: Wahweap Marina (Main Launch Ramp or Stateline Launch Ramp) and Antelope Point Marina (Public Launch Ramp).

Does the watercraft come on a trailer?

Yes, your watercraft is ready for pickup on a trailer. Each trailer can hold up to 2 personal watercrafts.

What do I need to tow the trailer?

You will need a vehicle with towing capabilities and a 2-inch hitch ball. We will loan you the 2-inch hitch ball for your receiver if you do not have one.

What if I have a rental car or my vehicle is not equipped to tow a trailer?

If your vehicle does not have towing capabilities, you will need to reserve a tow vehicle for an additional $45. For daily rentals, we do not require the tow vehicle to be returned during your time on Lake Powell. Therefore, the tow vehicle and trailer will remain in the parking lot of the launch ramp until your return. One tow vehicle for every 2 personal watercraft will need to be reserved. For rentals longer than one day, the rate is $60 and the vehicle must be returned after you initially launch the equipment and will be available again for use on the return date.

I’ve never launched a watercraft before, is it difficult?

No and we will teach you! Our customers travel from around the world and most have never launched a watercraft. They successfully return and are thrilled that it’s something they can now do. Safety is our number one priority and we want you to feel comfortable launching and retrieving the watercraft. If you take normal precautions and reasonable care, you’ll have a safe and memorable vacation.

Does the marina offer a valet service?

Yes. If you do not wish to launch or retrieve your own watercraft, Antelope Point Marina offers a valet service and will launch and retrieve the watercraft for you. This service is available at Antelope Point Marina Dry Storage for $80. Reservations for valet service are not required.

We’ve rented a houseboat and want valet service, do you deliver?

Antelope Point Marina customers have the option to use valet service at the discounted rate of $40. You can make arrangements with us to deliver and retrieve your watercraft rental to the Antelope Point Marina Dry Storage for valet service. We require payment and inspection of the rental equipment prior to making the delivery and charge $75 for this service.

Is there a fee to enter Lake Powell?

Yes, Lake Powell is part of the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and the National Park Service charges a fee to enter the lake. The fee is $25 for a 1-7 Day Vehicle Pass. If you plan to visit more than one National Park throughout the United States on your vacation, we recommend the America the Beautiful pass for $80, which gives access to any National Park for one year. Visit the National Park Service website for details.


RESERVATION AND PAYMENT
Will my credit/debit card be charged when I make the reservation?

No. Your reservation is guaranteed with a Visa, MasterCard, or Discover card. When your reservation is guaranteed, it means you have provided credit card information and we will hold the equipment for the day of your scheduled arrival. The full rental fee is due upon arrival.

How does the security deposit (credit card authorization) work?

The security deposit is $500 for each personal watercraft. Security deposits help cover problems or accidents that occur during a reservation, like low fuel, a broken mirror, or an unreturned key. At time of rental, an authorization hold will be secured on the credit or debit card provided. These funds will not be available for your use. The authorization hold will be released when the equipment is returned in the same condition as you received it. The time it takes to release this additional authorization depends on your bank and is beyond the control of H2O Zone. The average transaction reversal is typically seen within 3 to 5 business days on a credit card and up to 21 days on a debit card.

Can I pay with cash?

Yes. However, to release a watercraft to you at rental pickup time, you must provide the security deposit using a credit card or debit card.

Do you offer discounts?

No. Our rates are consistent throughout the season. We never increase our prices during holidays or peak season and our customers can rest assured they are always getting our best price. Renters who reserve watercraft for more than 5 days will see our long-term pricing when making a reservation.

What is your cancellation policy?

IF YOU NEED TO CANCEL OR MODIFY YOUR RESERVATION, PLEASE DO SO AT LEAST 7 DAYS PRIOR TO YOUR ARRIVAL DATE. Reservations canceled less than 7 days prior to arrival will be charged the one (1) day rate and tax. To modify your reservation, please call +1-928-645-3121. Any modification to a reservation is subject to availability at the time the modification is requested. Your credit card will be charged for the entire rental period if a no-show / cancellation occurs the day of the reservation.

What if the weather is bad?

The weather at Lake Powell is often unpredictable. Our number one priority is the safety of our customers. If weather predictions show a chance of high winds or rain, we may recommend rescheduling your reservation or canceling your reservation altogether. Cancellation charges will be waived if weather conditions are a high risk for boaters. We reserve the right, solely at our discretion, to reschedule and/or cancel your reservation in the event of unpredictable weather.


EQUIPMENT AND OPERATION
Are life jackets provided?

Yes. We provide life jackets with each rental.
All passengers must wear a Type I, II, III life jacket (PFD) that is U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) approved with all fasteners and closures secured according to the manufacturer’s design and recommended use. Further, the life jacket must be adjusted for a snug fit and worn at all times. It’s the law!

Is fuel included?

All rentals are full when you pick them up and must be returned full to avoid extra charges. Equipment uses regular unleaded gasoline and refueling instructions are provided during pickup. Missing fuel will be charged at the rate of $5.00 per gallon.

How long can I ride before needing fuel?

Average riding time can vary between 3 and 6 hours. More fuel is consumed when using the personal watercraft for towing or operating at high speeds for a length of time. One day rentals, under normal riding conditions, typically will not need refueling throughout the day. If fuel is needed, we recommend refueling from the floating marina for convenience.

What is the average fuel used per day?

The average we have found is 10 gallons (38 liters) for a typical all-day adventure at normal speeds, taking time for a picnic lunch and a few swimming breaks. However, fuel use may vary from 8 gallons to 20 gallons per day depending on how fast and/or how far you ride.

What year are your machines?

Our machines are new and non-current models in excellent running condition. We offer the largest selection of personal watercraft rentals in the Lake Powell area. Visit the rental page and reserve today!

Is rental insurance available?

Unfortunately, there are currently no insurance companies / policies available for watercraft rentals.

What accessories do you offer for rent?

Paddleboards and a wide range of kneeboards, water skis, tubes and wakeboards are available for rent. When making an online reservation, you have the option to include additional accessories.

Can I pull a wakeboard, tube, or water-skier behind a personal watercraft?

Yes, a 3-seater personal watercraft is required to meet Arizona/Utah boating regulations and an observer who is at least 8 years old is required to be on board the watercraft along with the operator. The observer’s responsibility is to communicate with surrounding boaters and the watercraft operator when the skier is down in the water by displaying an international 12”x12” orange flag in the air.

Can personal watercraft be operated at night?

No. It is illegal to operate a personal watercraft between sunset and sunrise.


FIRST-TIME RIDERS AND VISITORS

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How will I know where to go on the lake?

A small, laminated map is provided. It displays 20 miles of lake and 4 canyons, perfect for your all-day adventure. If you plan to travel further up the lake or for multiple day rentals, we recommend purchasing a map from us. The Stan Jones Boating and Exploring Lake Powell Map is available both folded and as a laminated, waterproof, flat map measuring approximately 22” by 34.” The folded map is in a convenient 8.5” by 11” size, but unfolds to 22” by 34” to reveal the entire Glen Canyon National Recreation Area. The price of the folded map is $6.00 and the price of the laminated map is $14.95.

Will a 2-seater be comfortable for 2 people?

No, not for an all-day adventure. We recommend a 3-seater for 2 people instead.

Will a 3-seater be comfortable for 3 people?

No, not for an all-day adventure, unless the third passenger is a young child. We recommend 2 people on a 3-seater for a more comfortable and safer experience.

What kind of time do I need to plan for?

Plan a minimum of 4 hours to give at least 2 hours of riding time. The average time to launch a watercraft from our location is 45 minutes to 1 hour, depending on park entrance crowds.

What about lunch?

We recommend packing a lunch and plenty of drinks for your adventure. Our office is located within a short walking distance of a grocery store and a café is located next door. Lake Powell is 186 miles long and has almost 2,000 miles of shoreline – longer than the entire West Coast of the United States. Pick a beach, take a rest and enjoy the view during your private picnic.

Is there storage on the personal watercraft?

Each personal watercraft has two storage areas, a small compartment within reach while riding the watercraft and a larger front bucket. Under normal riding conditions, items in the storage areas typically will stay dry, but it’s never a guarantee. The small compartment of a 3-seater personal watercraft measures approximately 8.5”Wx 8.5”Dx 8.5”H (22x22x22 cm), with the larger front bucket measuring approximately 18”Wx18”Dx18”H (46x46x46 cm). The 2-seater personal watercraft has less space, with the small compartment measuring approximately 5”Wx6”Dx4”H (13x15x10 cm) and the larger front bucket measuring approximately 10”Wx9”Dx12”H (25x23x30 cm).

Are international drivers permitted?

Yes, if you are over the age of 18, you can legally operate personal watercraft on Lake Powell. We suggest you carry some form of identification, such as your driver’s license, in the unlikely event the National Park Service stops you.