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Check out all the Lakes in Idaho that allow motorized watercraft including ski boat rentals, jet ski rental, guided water sport lessons and tours. Invert Sports services all these lakes and more with any watercraft service requested.

This is a natural lake in the Idaho Panhandle, located in the vicinity of the city of the same name.  It spans 26 miles long, ranges from 1 to 3 miles wide and has over 109 miles of shoreline creating one of the most popular water sport activity rental destinations in the state.  Lake Coeur d'Alene is a popular tourist site for many people during the summer, offering great beaches, camping, boating, watercraft, hiking, and scenic views.

Visitor guide to Hayden Lake and the best high quality MasterCraft boats, Yamaha waverunners, and water sports gear from Invert Sports.  This lake is both a city and a lake in Kootenai County, Idaho, United States.  Located in the northern portion of the state it provided a great destination for all your outdoor needs.  Hayden Lake is one of several natural lakes in northern Idaho; its shoreline is heavily populated with homes and it has limited public access.  

Offering the best in Lake Pend Oreille boat rentals and jet ski services.  This is a lake in the northern Idaho Panhandle, with a surface area of 148 square miles creating a great location for all types of water sports activities.  Lake Pend Oreille is 65 miles long, and 1,150 feet deep in some areas, making it the fifth deepest in the United States.  It is fed by the Clark Fork River and the Pack River, and drains via the Pend Oreille River.

Located just outside of Boise, Idaho Lucky Peak Reservoir if fun for water sports and outdoor activities.  It is popular with area residents for boating, jet-skiing, flyboarding, wakeboarding, water skiing, camping, and swimming.  Below the dam, Sandy Point is an area set aside for children with a pond, fountain, snack bar and picnic areas. 

Information on Anderson Ranch Reservoir boat rentals, jet skis, water sports, and tours on this beautiful lake on the Boise River which is 17 miles long with 50 miles of shoreline.  It is popular for boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, camping, exploring, and fishing in the summer and the area has 250 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in the winter.

Enjoy the Arrowrock reservoir where the lake is located east of Boise, ID; this 18-mile canyon reservoir on the Boise River holds 280,000 acre-feet of water and has a 60-mile shoreline.  Types of fish in the reservoir include rainbow trout, kokanee salmon, whitefish and yellow perch. Camping sites offer: vault toilets, boat ramps and dock, parking, and dispersed camping; and reservations for rental and watercraft services are required in advance.

Visitors guide to Lake Cascade boat rentals and watercraft services on the reservoir.  This lake is located on the North Fork of the Payette River in Valley County, Idaho in the Boise National Forest.  The closest cities are Cascade, Donnelly, and McCall, ID.   The lake contains perch, trout, smallmouth bass, Kokanee, and Coho salmon for anglers and there is a winter ice fishing season.

Experience the best in Deadwood Reservoir with 3,000-acres of fun 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, standup paddle boarding, tubing, canoeing and other outdoor recreation.

Enjoy the Cane Creek Reservoir with our rentals serivces on the water which include boats, jet skis, waverunners, water sport lessons, and boat tours.  Crane Creek Reservoir is a reservoir in Washington County in the state of Idaho.  Other activities include fishing, hiking a nature trail, windsurfing, and picnic areas.

nformation on Warm Lake boat rentals, jet ski, waverunners, and water sport tours by Invert Sports.  This is a popular lake in Idaho for locals and tourist.  It is located 26 miles east of Cascade in Valley County, at 5,298 feet above sea level.  The lake's abundance of wildlife makes it very popular for camping, fishing, hiking, exploring, and hunting.  Visitors typically have a chance of seeing moose, deer, bear, elk, eagles and osprey.

Enjoy the unique opportunity to enjoy boat rentals, waverunners, and water sport charters on Spirit Lake in Idaho which is a bit off the beaten track but a fun lake destination for the family.  This lake is located in the middle of a triangle which including Spokane, Coeur D'Alene, and Sandpoint, and just a few miles east of Mt. Spokane.

Information on Twin Lakes with these two adjacent alpine lakes separated by a narrow strip of land less than 100 feet wide in Blaine County, Idaho.  Located in the Sawtooth Mountains in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area.  The lakes eventually flow into the Salmon River and the area provides good fishing.  The Twin Lakes are in the Sawtooth Wilderness, and a wilderness permit can be obtained at a registration box at trail heads or wilderness boundaries.

Official visitors guide to American Falls Reservoir watercraft service company at this 56,000 acre lake which is the largest reservoir on the Snake River in Idaho.  Highway 39 rides the top of the reservoir's 9-story-high dam for over half a mile and the lake can be seen stretching northeast as far as the horizon.  This is a popular visitor destination for outdoor re-creationist who love water sports and activities. 

Enjoy Lake Walcott jet ski rentals and watercraft tour services on this reservoir in south central Idaho in the northwestern United States, created by Minidoka Dam.  The damming of the Snake River formed the 11,000 acre lake which made an amazing outdoor water sport haven for outdoor adventures .  "Bird Island" is a popular destination on the lake to visit.  Lake Walcott is used for water-sports and fishing. 

Information on Magic Lake water sports located in southern Idaho midway between Ketchum and Twin Falls.  Magic Reservoir has a large area of water and shoreline that offer some of Southern Idaho's best recreation at this partly developed part.  Anglers can fish year-round and is also a popular for ice fishing.  Resorts and RV facilities are available along with docks, marina, fuel and plenty of parking.

Offering the best Palisades Reservoir boat rentals, jet ski, water sports, and boat tour services located southeast of Swan Valley in eastern Idaho.  Palisades is a high-altitude reservoir and part of the Greater Yellowstone area; surrounded by steep forested mountains, the 16,000-acre reservoir is an excellent spot for boating.  Access to the reservoir, for both shore and boat anglers, is best on the northwest side, along U.S. route 26.

Information and visitors center to Ririe Lake located near Ririe, Idaho.  It allows for irrigation, flood control, and provides recreational opportunities for every outdoor adventurer.  Ririe Reservoir, located on Willow Creek, is a popular fishery close to Idaho Falls and anglers find good fishing all year round.  Six different fish are available for anglers including cutthroat trout, kokanee salmon, smallmouth bass and yellow perch.

Information on Lake Lowell marina and resort near Nampa, Idaho.  Lowell is part of the Boise Project and creates this 14.5 square mile reservoir with 28 miles of shoreline and lies within the Deer Flat National Wildlife Refuge.  Boating, fishing, wakeboarding, camping, and wildlife viewing are the major recreation activities at Lake Lowell.  This lake was originally called Deer Flat Reservoir and the historic features include the embankment dams which are on the National Register of Historic Places.

Enjoy fun Mackay lake situated in the sagebrush grasslands of central Idaho.  At Mackay Reservoir you can experience many species of wildlife throughout the year.  Mackay Reservoir Recreation area site, at the southern end of the reservoir, is an overnight and day-use facility which includes 26 family camping units, a picnic area, boat launch ramps and an RV dump station.  This campground is becoming increasingly popular for camping, fishing, boating, and hunting.

Offering the best in Black Canyon lake near Emmett, ID and is created by Black Canyon Diversion Dam.  This 1,100-acre reservoir offers 12 miles of shoreline; boating, water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, wakesurfing, air chair, and fishing are the major recreational activities.  Anglers fish for large mouth bass, rainbow trout, crappie, white fish, bullhead and channel catfish.  This reservoir offers restrooms, boat ramps, camping, parking, picnic tables, swimming, and accessible facilities for fishing.

Experience Redfish Lake watercraft services at this alpine lake in central Idaho located in the Sawtooth National Recreation Area, at the base of the Sawtooth Mountains in Custer County.  It is named for the brilliant sockeye salmon that once returned from the Pacific Ocean in such massive quantities that the lake shimmered red during spawning season.  The north end of Redfish Lake hosts many developed recreation opportunities for all group sizes.

Offering watercraft tours at Payette Lake which is one of McCall's most popular attractions for locals and tourists worldwide.  Covering over 5200 acres with its beautiful blue-green waters, this vast lake is surrounded by the towering pines and lush Douglas firs of the Payette National Forest.  With sandy beaches in the warmer months it's a virtual playground year round.  It's no wonder that this spectacular Idaho lake is often referred to as McCall, ID "crown jewel". 

Enjoy Dworshak State Park located among trees and meadows in Idaho.  The park is comprised of three main areas; Freeman Creek, Three Meadows Group Camp, and Big Eddy Lodge Resort and Marina.  Camping, boating, wakeboading, wakesurfing, tubing, fishing, swimming, hiking and water-skiing are just some of the many activities that await park visitors.  A boat ramp and handling dock provide easy launching most of the year. 

Enjoy the state park of Priest Lake located in the northernmost portion of the Idaho Panhandle, 80 miles north of Spokane Washington, with the northern end of the lake extending to within 15 miles of the Canadian border.  The primary lake, lower Priest is 19 miles long and over 300 feet deep and Upper Priest is connected by a 2.5 mile thoroughfare to lower Priest and Upper Priest can only be accessed by boat, foot, or mountain bike.

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