We offer numerous rentals for you to better enjoy the splendor of Boone Lake.
Boat slips, floating cabin slips, jet ski slips, houseboat slips, and pontoon rentals are available. Give us a call at 423-773-9236 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability and pricing.
Jay’s Boat Dock is in a premier location on Boone Lake with easy access from major roads. Now that the dam repair is behind us, life is back to normal. We offer fuel, ice, beer to go, and a restaurant with entertainment Thursday through Sunday.
At the end of the day, why trailer your boat or jet ski back and forth from home to the lake? Jay’s Boat Dock offers several options that save you time and aggravation. With your watercraft already at the lake, you are more inclined to spend the day on the water or a few hours in the evening after work. The summer season is never long enough so don’t waste a minute.
We offer boat slips for a variety of watercraft at Jay’s. We can accommodate your vessel in an open boat slip, covered double boat slip, single concrete boat slip, jet ski port, and or a houseboat slip.
Contact us by email or phone to check rates and availability.
Jet ski ports
Jay’s Boat Dock on Boone Lake is the ideal location to spend a day on the water. The uncongested waters provide lots of room for watersports, including jet skiing.
We feature Wave Armor PWC ports which are virtually the only unsinkable drive-on/roll-off PWC docking systems available on the market. Whether a pro or novice enjoying a ride with a friend, it’s a great place to be.
Our floating cabin homeowner community is the perfect getaway for those who want peace and tranquility with easy access to the gorgeous waters of Boone Lake.
At the end of a day spent on the lake, relax in your home away from home. Wake up to the sun glistening on the water and enjoy your first cup of coffee from the comfort of your deck. Lake life does not get any better!
Before finalizing any purchase, the cabin’s permit should be reviewed with TVA and the marina office. Contact David Harrell with TVA at (865) 632-1327 or by email at email@example.com. Contact Cindy at Jay’s for information on leasing space in the community.
Jay’s Boat Dock is happy to offer pontoon rentals for our guests with no access to a boat, looking to spend a day on the water.
Pontoon boats are great for folks looking to relax, fish, swim, or simply hang out with family and friends. A Leisure Kraft luxury pontoon is the best way to enjoy a fun-filled, stress-free time on the lake.
Please review the rules and rates, then go to “Book Here” to make your reservation. Please print the “Rental Form”, complete, and initial the end of every sentence. Bringing a completed rental form will expedite the check-in process. We can print one for you when you arrive if that is your preference. Rules & ratesRental Form
Tennessee residents born after January 1, 1989, are required to pass a boater education exam administered by an approved representative of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency in order to operate any motorized vessel over 8.5 horsepower.
Out-of-state residents born after January 1, 1989, must show proof of successful completion of a National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) approved boating safety course. Non-resident certification may be from their home state or any state-issued course.
An amendment was passed in the General Assembly (Public Chapter No. 267) requiring persons that rent motorized watercraft to be given an orientation for the particular kind of vessel.
The renter of that watercraft must sign off on a check sheet acknowledging this orientation and the marina, livery or any other rental entity will keep this acknowledgment on file for at least 30 days.
- Non-motorized vessel rentals
- Tennessee residents who have successfully completed a monitored National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) exam and hold the TWRA-issued wallet certification card
- Any out of state visitor who holds a United States Coast Guard operator license
- Any person born on or before January 1, 1989