The Heartland

Kentucky, Tennessee, Lake of the Ozarks, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Colorado

Many people may not realize how much boating happens in the Heartland, but it's a great boating destination!

Scores of inland waterways run from the Great Lakes down to the Gulf - including the Mississippi River, Ten-Tom waterway and Cumberland River. A prime connection point for boaters on the Great Loop, the Heartland welcomes transients to come and explore its freshwater rivers and lakes as a stopping point on the journey - or a destination in and of itself! Snag-A-Slip is a free, online boat slip reservation site where you can explore awesome marinas in The Heartland and rent boat slips easily. If you are charting your course or you want to see our marinas on a map, click the interactive map button above!

Lake of the Ozarks is a large reservoir created by impounding the Osage River in the northern part of the Ozarks. Home to dozens of water sports and activities, this family-friendly getaway is one that you will never forget. You can choose to stay on-board your boat or you can make home in one of the many vintage rustic cabins that are nestled along the waters edge. Water isn't the only thing at the Lake - you can explore the Missouri State Parks, hit a round of links or indulge at the delicious eateries and wineries throughout the area.

Ozark Yacht Club

Lake Ozark, Missouri - MO, United States

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$0.51/ft

Home to a number of lakes and inland waterways, this state is no slouch when it comes to having some fun on the water. Boaters cruising the Tennessee River, or making their way through the Great Loop, should check out Kentucky Lake, which is a convenient stop that boasts 2380 Miles of shoreline and 160,000 acres of water.

Green Turtle Bay Resort & Marina

Grand Rivers, Kentucky - KY, United States

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$1.25/ft

Kentucky Dam Marina

Gilbertsville, Kentucky - KY, United States

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$1.00/ft

The state is home to more than 200 lakes, offering over 1 million surface acres of sparkling water. This is perfect for boating, swimming, fishing and all kinds of water recreation! You must also visit one of the 33 gorgeous State Parks, including the famous Jellystone and Keystone Parks.

Pier 51 Marina

Sand Springs, Oklahoma - OK, United States

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$1.50 - $3.00/ft

Tennessee is home to two major boating waterways, including the Ten-Tom Waterway and the Cumberland River. Boaters on the Great Loop will find the Tennessee waterways to be full of great destinations, including Nashville, which is a must stop for a festive party on the route!

Commodore Yacht Club

Nashville, Tennessee - TN, United States

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$1.00/ft

Arkansas is full of many scenic spots that are popular amongst travelers, visitors, and natives. Enjoy every type of boating on the lakes and rivers of Arkansas! Experience some of the best bass, catfish, and trout fishing in the country on the rivers, streams, and lakes of Arkansas. Use your powerboat to pull water-skiers behind you, or take a sailing vacation on the larger lakes of Arkansas. No matter what type of boater you are - the waters of Arkansas offer you diverse recreational boating opportunities.

Rockwater Marina

Little Rock, Arkansas - AR, United States

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Long Term Only

In Colorado, you have plenty of choices to choose from when it comes to finding a place to launch your boat. You can spend a peaceful day fishing on a calm alpine lake, or zip across one of the State Park reservoirs. No matter the adventure, the coves, rivers, and lakes of Colorado will make for a wonderful stay!