Experience the best in Deadwood Reservoir boat rentals, jet ski, waverunners, and water sport tours. This reservoir is 3,000-acres and is created by damming the Deadwood River, a tributary of the Payette River. The reservoir is within the Boise National Forest in the mountains of Valley County, Idaho just twenty-five miles southeast of Cascade, Idaho. The area around the reservoir is commonly used for camping, hiking, water skiing, fishing, wakeboarding, tubing, canoeing and other outdoor recreation.
Atlantic, chinook and kokanee salmon along with cutthroat and rainbow trout are caught here and fishing is year round; however in the winter road access may impassable. In fact, the state record for an atlantic salmon was established at Deadwood Reservoir when a 13 lb., 4 oz. specimen was caught in 1995. Reserve your watercraft rentals today!