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Cameron Lake Boat Rentals

Waterton Lakes National Park, Canada
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About Cameron Lake Boat Rentals
Cameron Lake Boat Rentals is located on a beautiful crystal clear lake high in the Canadian Rocky Mountains in Waterton Lakes National Park. Canoes, Kayaks, Stand Up Paddle Boards, Pedal Boats and Rowboats are offered to rent by the hour. Visitors will enjoy stunning views of the serene lake and the may even encounter some Canadian wildlife from the safety of their boat. Fishing licenses and rod rentals are also available. The gift shop features local handmade artisans, apparel, and a confectionery.
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Joshuah L wrote a review Aug. 2021
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My wife and I visited Cameron Lake again to celebrate our 14th anniversary. Again, without hesitation, all the staff at Cameron Lake Boat Rentals were eager to get us out on the water safely and had all the information on where to try our luck with fishing. Sure enough, this trip was another one to always remember. With a beautiful row boat, fishing gear and tackle, and over 35 fish caught, Cameron Lake Boat Rentals again over delivered! Michael (the owner) and his staff are incredible. They have everything you need! Snacks, drinks, candles, shirts, sweater, toques, and my favorite - a beautiful rock design to hold your favorite candles! Don’t forget to get your fishing license at the front desk and you can rent a rod and tackle box if you don’t have yours! Be sure to ask for the special information as to where fish may be hiding! As always, we can’t wait to be back! Thank you Cameron Lake Boat Rentals!
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Date of experience: August 2021
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Moscato-Mama wrote a review Jul. 2021
Airdrie, Canada3144 contributions299 helpful votes
July 2021 The lake is nice and clear, cold but swimable. It was quite windy when we were there which made the pedal boat we rented not easy to use. We were supposed to stick close to the shore and not go more than half way out in the lake due to to windy weather. You can also rent canoes, kayaks, rowboats and paddles boards. July/August hours 8am-6:30pm. Prices vary depending on how many people but everything is 1 hour minimum with no refunds.
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Date of experience: July 2021
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yycyycyyc wrote a review Jul. 2021
Calgary, AB570 contributions198 helpful votes
A wonderful experience for an hour on a pristine lake. Easy to rent, and obviously care is taken with sanitisation. Calm and nearly windless, saw some fish and a Golden Eagle scanning for them... We just had time to get to the far end, right on the border, and back in our hour. The only slight downside was the cost, but what are priceless memories worth?
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Diane R wrote a review Jun. 2021
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The owner was onsite the day we went. He was helpful, knowledgeable, and professional. He even helped us onto the canoe and pushed us out. Such great service. I will absolutely return to this business again. The boats were clean and ready to go.
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Date of experience: June 2021
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Carol F wrote a review Jul. 2018
Lethbridge6 contributions7 helpful votes
The international is a 91 year old river boat that has been lovingly restored. The two hour trip meanders to the south end of beautiful Waterton Lake, crossing into the U.S. border. Our guide was Mike, who did an excellent presentation of historical facts, local information and was a wealth of knowledge about the animals and general area. We docked for 30 minutes at Goat Haunt which is on the U.S. side. There was an opportunity to swim in the icy mountain lake or just enjoy a short walk on the shore. Then back to the townsite, this time cruising the opposite side of the lake. Wild life sightings are frequent like black bears, moose, etc. as well as snow fields and glaciers. Enjoyable way to spend a few hours at a reasonable price - $50 Canadian for adults. Bring a light jacket and hat as the wind off the lake can be chilly and on a sunny hot day can get sunburned.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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