Common Sense tips to help you enjoy your vacation
Use Sunscreen and bring extra clothing
Don't Drink Alcohol and Drive
Bring extra water!
Be sure to look around before turning your watercraft
When pulling a skier or tube, it is the law that you must have a third person as an observer
When pulling a skier or person on a tube, do not get too close to the shore AND ALWAYS be sure to look before turning.
When "hanging out" in the channel, watch for signs of Carbon Monoxide poisoning, dizziness, nausea, vomiting, or altered mental status (that isn't realated to alcohol consumption) CO poisoning can also happen to persons that have been riding in the rear of the boat.
Coming into the Bridgewater Channel is a "no wake" zone, be sure to observe this, as it is heavily patrolled, especially on holiday weekends.
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Boating Tips and Regulations
Please be sure that you are familiar with the Arizona Boating rules and regulations before venturing out onto the lake. The article written in "The Log" has resources listed for boating safety.