A Visit to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico

January is a particularly rough time to live in the northern part of the country. Luckily, we’ve found just the place for you to take your Crownline on vacation during this boating-unfriendly month. Look no further than A Visit to Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. (photo from New Mexico Tourism Department)   Yep, Truth or Consequences is the name of the small lake town we’re

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Visit Lake Ouachita

Visit Lake Ouachita - Lake Ouachita winds its way through the Ouachita mountains, filling countless coves and providing scenic views for anyone who visits the lake. Hundreds of islands and miles upon miles of undeveloped shoreline work together to make this place truly natural and provide an exciting sense of adventure. Located next to Hot Springs National Park, Lake Ouachita has it all. It’s a

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Best Places For Fall/Winter Boating

We have found some the Best Places for Fall/Winter Boating! The fall and winter months are strange times of year for boaters. While some are enjoying the endless sunshine, others are winterizing their boats, and others are enjoying the beautiful fall colors from the comfort of their Crownline. This week, we’re with the last group of people. Fall boating is great for a number of

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Crownline Fall Vacation Spot

Crownline boats are perfect for fall boating, especially if you have a cabin! Breathe in the crisp fall air while basking in the beauty of the changing leaves and calm water. It’s a perfect combination. Few places do fall boating better than Meredith, New Hampshire. It’s a beautiful, nostalgic town that is sure to bring out the little kid in you. Meredith sits on northwest

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Explore National Parks

Explore National Parks with your boat - Few things are as beloved as our national parks. Almost 90 million people visited a national park last year, and trends suggest that even more will explore one this year. While most people choose to experience the parks by hiking or camping, we have a better idea. Check out one in your Crownline. We’ve selected our favorite national parks

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