What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- $139 for a five-hour ski-boat rental for up to 8 (a $349 value)
- $149 for a five-hour pontoon/deck-boat rental for up to 10 (a $349 value)<p>
After strapping on complimentary life jackets, passengers board a pontoon/deck-boat or ski boat and disembark from Westlake Park on Lake Lewisville. Throughout the five-hour excursion, passengers can snack on their own provisions and belt their favorite tunes in sync with their MP3 player, which can be docked on board. Groups must pay a $4 fee per vehicle for access to Westlake Park, but thereafter they enjoy unlimited access to its restrooms and picnic areas. Tubes and ski vests are available for rent. Rentals are available Friday–Sunday in May and September and Thursday–Sunday in June, July, and August. Customers can reserve a boat for either the morning or the afternoon.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required; Subject to weather conditions. 24 hours cancellation notice required. Valid for up to 8 people per ski boat; 10 people per pontoon. No fishing or pets allowed on boats. Must sign waiver. Must be 21 or older with a valid ID. Credit card required at booking; Refundable $300 deposit required. AMEX not accepted. Extra fee for excessive cleaning. Fuel not included. Not valid for registration until May 8. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boomerang Boat Club
In the 1950s, Lewisville Lake served as a municipal water source for Dallas. Over the next half-century, it evolved into a popular summertime attraction, even hosting a number of large-scale bass-fishing tournaments. In 2011, Lewisville Lake added a new distinction: it became the office of Boomerang Boat Club. Dedicated to getting people on the water at a low cost, the company rents its fleet of pontoon/deck boats and ski boats for full- or half-day excursions.
Lewisville Lake's waters, fed by the Trinity River and sustained by the Lewisville Dam, provide a placid canvas for boating. Before disembarking from Westlake Park, boaters can shimmy into life jackets and load the deck with snacks, provided they are not packaged in glass, grilled on board, or pilfered from a child's sand castle. As passengers settle in, convivial dockhands provide a basic orientation and answer any questions. Upon request, they also outfit boats with tubes and ski vests.