If you own a pontoon, you know how much fun it is to cruise the lake and pull into a spot on the bank to spend the day – or night. We used to do this and would take tents along for sleeping and a camp stove for cooking. But take a look at these nifty pontoon enclosures! You can turn your pontoon into a floating tent! The best part is that a pontoon boat enclosure will protect you from many adverse weather conditions, like the sudden thunderstorms that tend to develop in New Mexico in the summer, and the windy conditions that sometimes keep you from enjoying a day on the lake in the springtime.
This has got to be one of the best ideas to come along yet!
This Bass Buggy has a full enclosure with tent type windows. There is a flap that you can roll up and have a screened window.
The enclosure is made to perfectly fit your pontoon.
The enclosure has a zippered entry/front panel that can be completely removed but allow the rear part of the enclosure to remain in place. This feature is great for getting out of the hot sun! If you own a Sun Tracker, we can get the right enclosure for your pontoon. Just send us an email -email@example.com
Other versatile designs we discovered are the half camper enclosures. If you have a pontoon by a different manufacturer, check with them to see if there is one made for your model. If not, contact Lakeside Canvas for information on your specific model.
This half enclosure is nice because it keeps the front of the pontoon open and accessible at all times. There are models that have plastic windows so that you can see out all around the pontoon.
This pontoon boat playpen cover is used when your pontoon boat is moored, trailered or in storage. They usually come with several support poles so that the cover doesn’t collect rain. Another great benefit is that it helps keep the deck cleaner!
If you want to add an enclosure to your Sun Tracker pontoon, come see us!
We hope that you found this information helpful, and remember to stop by Rocky Mountain RV and Marine for all your RV and boating needs!