Boating & Water Sports

Water sports are a great way to have fun in the sun, whether you take to the water in your power boat, sailboat, canoe, or just jump in for a swim. Whether you're swimming or boating, it's important to use common sense.

The​​ Colorado Boating Safety Program promotes safe vessel operation while enhancing boating experiences.

The marina is located on the east side of the reservoir and has a concrete boat ramp and fiberglass docks. We ask you to please follow the rules and regulations to help keep everyone safe. Floating logs and other debris are a hazard at Kenney Reservoir, therefore we remind boaters and skiers to keep a sharp watch for floating or partially submerged objects as well as shallow areas.

Rules and Regulations:

  • All boats are required to have personal flotation devices approved by the U.S. Coast Guard for each person on board.
  • All onboard toilet facilities must be self-contained and sealed.
  • Boats pulling water skiers must have an observer on board in addition to the driver.
  • A red 12"x12" flag must be displayed whenever a skier is down in the water.
  • Ski counterclockwise. Be aware of other skiers and watercraft.
  • Jet skis and other water craft must obey the boating laws and observe safe boating practices.

White River Guide Website:

Ever wanted to take a canoe trip? Relatively gentle Class 1 & 2 waters? And into real wilderness? The lower White River of Western Colorado & Eastern Utah is a great place to take such a trip. But no river trip is without hazards, so be well prepared. The White River Guide below will help you navigate the river.