If you’re anything like us, you’re holding on to summer with all your might. Yes, school is almost back in session, and work schedules are picking up the pace. However, that doesn’t mean you have to give up on making the most of these last summer days. At Bremer Jet Ski and Watercraft Rental in Maple Lake, MN, we urge you to end summer right and make the most of your days off with your family. Here are a few of the ways we can help you do just that.

End of Summer Fun

1. Rent a Jet Ski

There’s no faster way to an adventure-filled vacation than on the back of a jet ski rental. You will love zipping over the sparkling waters, past the wilderness. You’ll love seeing the sights while also enjoying some high speeds. Plus, our jet skis can accommodate up to three people comfortably, so the whole family can get in on the fun.

2. Have a Water Adventure

Ski boats are packed with fun! They’re large enough to seat a family or group of eight, yet they’re the perfect size for easy handling and fast speeds! However, sometimes hanging out on a boat just isn’t enough. That’s why we also provide water toys for rent! Take our blow-up rafts for the kids and rent some water skis for the adults, and you’ll have the adventure of a lifetime. There’s nothing like jumping off the back of a ski boat and skimming across the water at high speeds. We also have water tubes, which provide loads of safe fun for kids and adults alike.

3. Get in Touch with Nature

Taking a catamaran rental out onto Lake Mary or the expansive Buffalo Lake with a friend or loved one is a great way to experience nature, soak up some sun, and enjoy the water. When you rent a catamaran, you get a smooth ride alongside speed and power. Our catamarans are the perfect size for two, so you can get some great “alone time” with a spouse or good bonding moments with a friend before summer ends.

Don’t waste another minute of summer; book your rentals today. Contact Bremer Jet Ski & Watercraft Rental, Inc. at (612) 298-7055. We can help you find just the right watersport to end summer right.