Beacon Landing Marina in Grand Lake has new owners
GRAND LAKE — The Beacon Landing Marina on Lake Granby has new owners.
Jim and Lisa Debevec purchased the waterfront business on July 15 from longtime owners Dale and Tammi Casteel.
The Beacon Landing Marina offers slips, moorings and boat rentals. They offer rentals of’ pontoon boats with rental durations stretching from two to 12 hours.
All boat rentals at the Beacon Landing Marina come with fish finders, live wells, nets, anchor and canopies covering half the boat. The Marina also supplies life jackets for every person on the boat including infants and children.
Along with boat rentals Beacon Landing offers guided fishing trips. You can get all the equipment you need for fishing from their equipment rental service that offers both trolling rods and bait rods.
Jim and Lisa Debevec have lived in Grand County for 10 years. Prior to purchasing the Beacon Landing Marina, Jim had his own contracting business while Lisa worked as a Special Education Teacher at Granby Middle School.
Jim had high praise for past owners Dale and Tammi Casteel.
“The previous owners built a really good business and we are concentrating on trying to do a good job,” he said. “We jumped in right in the middle of the season. There has been a lot to learn in a short period of time but we are having a really good season so far.”
Jim and Lisa are already looking ahead to the winter months. The Beacon Landing Marina has plans to remain open throughout the winter offering guided ice fishing tours and ice fishing rentals. The Bait and Tackle Shop will also remain open during the winter.
Beacon Landing Marina can be reached at 970-627-3671.
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