Boating season is here, time to head out to our area lakes for some summer fun. Maybe you have some friends who you can take you out on their boat or better yet what if you could rent a boat similar to the way an Airbnb works?

GetMyBoat is an app you can download to do just that, rent a boat anywhere in the U.S. But unlike renting a boat from a rental marina, the boating app allows you to rent from an individual or owner fast-tracking your chances of finding a boat a lot faster.

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Not only that but if you are a boat owner in Arkansas it allows them to make money when they are not using their boat. It's a great way to make some extra money for the summer but also allows the renter some mental health benefits of being outdoors on the water.

So, whether you are looking for a ski boat, pontoon, party barge, fishing boat, canoe, or any sort of watercraft you'll be able to find it with this #1 rated app.

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With an abundance of lakes and rivers in Arkansas what could be better. go to GetMyBoat now and take a look and start enjoying your summer. You can also visit their website here.

The Top 5 Arkansas Lakes Near Texarkana

Lake Hamilton

Lake Quachita

DeGray Lake

Lake Greeson

Lake Catherine

Happy boating!

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