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

Information on Flathead Lake water skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, stand up paddle board rentals and private boat tour company on this large natural freshwater lake in the western part of the United States in Montana.  With a surface area of 195 sq. miles it is slightly larger than Lake Tahoe.  The lake is a remnant of the ancient inland sea, Lake Missoula.  Flathead Lake is 27 miles long and up to 16 miles wide creating an amazing resort.

Enjoy Hungry Horse Reservoir located on the South Fork of the Flathead River, 15 miles south of the west entrance to Glacier National Park and 20 miles northeast of Kalispell, Montana.  Hungry Horse Reservoir is located high in the Rocky Mountains, less than 30 miles from the Continental Divide and is surrounded by more than 25 mountain peaks making this lake one of the beautiful spots in the state.

Official provider of Lake Koocanusa rental service company at the lake offering the best quality boats, jet ski, and boat tours.  Lake Koocanusa is a reservoir in British Columbia, Canada and Montana, U.S. formed by the damming of the Kootenai River by the Libby Dam in 1975.  This is a great destination for houseboating vacations and rentals during the summer months.

Visit Bull Lake with the best rental company in Montana.  This small lake along Highway 56 provides nice water for wakeboarding, water skiing, tubing, and other water sports.  The is also good fishing for kokanee, bass, perch, and bull trout.  Most fishermen use a boat to access the best fishing.

The lake is located in Southwest Montana and is created by Hebgen Dam and our watercraft services are offered at all marinas and launch ramps.  Campgrounds include Rainbow Point and Cherry Creek.  Rainbow Point is the largest campground on the lake, offering four "loops." Each loop contains approximately 20 campsites to enjoy on your water sport adventure vacation.

Enjoy Holland Lake boat rentals and watercraft services on the lake at this beautiful location in Montana.  The trailhead for the Holland Falls National Recreation trail is near the campground.  This 1.5-mile trail climbs 750 feet, following the shoreline of Holland Lake to the base of Holland Falls waterfall which is an amazing view to behold.

Visitor guide to Lindbergh Lake watercraft services which inlcude, boats, jet skis, water sports, and boat tours on the water.  This lake has a quite outdoor feel with beautiful scenery and two mountain ranges to explore and hike.  To get here go north on Hwy. 83 from Clearwater Junction or south from Swan Lake near Bigfork, Montana.

Enjoy Noxon Reservoir in Libby, Montana.  You can camp, hike, bike, water ski, wakeboard, wake surf, and more with our watercraft rental and charter services!  This reservoir has old sunken roadbeds and huge shallow flats covered with stumps that always hold bass and sometimes, big pike in the 5-15 pound range and the spring time is great to catch fish.

Experiance our Swan Lake boat rentals, waverunners, water sports, and tour company at this lake located east of Flathead Lake and the town of Bigfork, Montana.  The Swan River fills the lake and makes for a watercraft enthusiast dream lake.  It is a narrow, small, and twisty lake that is hard to navigate which make it great for our professional boat captain service and more!

Detailed information on Tally Lake watercraft service which is located on the west of Whitefish, Montana.  Enjoy the campground which is popular with locals and tourists visiting the Flathead National Forest and offers a variety of recreation facilities and activities for the whole family.   The campground is nestled in the highlands of northwestern Montana, adjacent to Tally Lake, which is the deepest natural lake in Montana.

Offering the best information on Glen Lake watercraft service company at this fun destination in the Bitterroot Mountains, Montana.  Visitor enjoy hiking in the area and for those willing to explore the areas north and west of the lake will see some spectacular views at Glen Lake Peak.  Visited mostly by hikers, this area is also frequented by late-winter and early-spring back country skiers.

Visitor source to Fresno Reservoir which is located on the Milk River 14 west of Havre, Montana.  This Fresno Reservoir has 5,760 acres of water fun for your entire group whether family or friends with another 65 miles of shoreline.  You can enjoy good fishing opportunity for walleye, northern pike, and perch.  Facilities include several picnic shelters, 40 slips, boat rentals, jet skis, concrete boat ramp and a swimming beach which is day use only.

Official source and information to Lake McDonald in Glacier National Park in Flathead County in the state of Montana.  Lake McDonald is approximately 10 miles long, and over a mile 1.5 miles wide and 472 feet at it's  deepest point.  The surface area of the lake is 6,823 acres.  This creates an enjoyable location for all types of wate sport activities.

Enjoy St. Mary Lake boat rentals and water sport tour activities on this second largest lake in Glacier National Park, in the state of Montana.  Located on the east side of the park, the Going-to-the-Sun Road parallels the lake along its north shore.  Here, the great plains end and the Rocky Mountains begin in an abrupt 5,000 feet altitude change, with Little Chief Mountain posing a formidable southern flank above the west end of the lake.

Your source for the best mountain resort of Whitefish Lake boat rentals, jet ski, water sports, and boat tours.  This lake lies at the north end of the Flathead Valley in Northwest Montana and about 25 miles west of Glacier National Park.  It is just minutes from one of Montana's largest ski resorts, Whitefish Mountain Resort.  Although it's right on the outskirts of Whitefish, this small park provides a mature forest and a pleasant campground and beach to enjoy many outdoor activities.

Offering the best in Ashley Lake water sport adventure tours on this lake at an elevation of about 3,950 feet only a few miles west of Kalispell, MT.  Travel by road about 13 miles off of Hwy 2 on Ashley Lake Rd.  The lake is about 6 miles long and 2 miles wide with an average depth of 89 feet and a maximum depth of 225 feet.

Enjoy information on McGregor Lake watercraft services near Kalispell, Montana.  Explore this 3,988 acre mountain lake nestled in the dense pine forest of the Salish Mountains in the Kootenai forest.  There are many outdoor activities to enjoy with family or friends including boating, jet ski, water skiing, wakeboarding, camping, hiking, and more.  The lake has a large concrete boat ramp to launch watercraft from.

Your source to Bitterroot Lake which is an easy half hour drive west from Kalispell, Montana off Hwy 2 and up paved Pleasant Valley Road.  Bitterroot lake is about 3,000 acres in surface area with an average depth of 114 feet and highly popular for boating, camping, and exploring activities.  A public boat ramp is located on the southwestern rim of Bitterroot Lake and there is no towing required when you rent or captain a watercraft from us.

Experiance the beauty of Lake Mary Ronan which is close to Flathead Lake.  This park is shaded by Douglas fir and western larch creating a quiet location for a family gathering.  Lake Mary Ronan provides a nice spot to enjoy water skiing, wakeboarding, jet skis, waverunners, and water sport lessons from Invert Sports in a quiet camping opportunity nestled among a boreal forest.

Official source to Fort Peck Lake chartered boat tours on the water at this fifth largest man-made lake in the United States with more than 130 miles long, 200 feet deep, and over 1,520-miles of shoreline.  Lake Fort Peck lies within the Charles M. Russell National Wildlife Refuge and has several resorts and marinas with launch ramps around the lake.

Information on Seeley Lake visitor guide to this 1,025 acre lake in Montana.  Seeley Lake is one of a half dozen lakes in the Clearwater Valley known as the "Chain of Lakes," through which the Clearwater River flows.  Seeley Lake is known throughout the Northwest as a resort community, although the timber industry provides most of the permanent jobs for local community.   The lake itself is stocked several times each year with rainbow trout.

Offering the best in Placid Lake boat tours on this amazing lake in Montana.  Located in the beautiful Clearwater-Swan River Valley, this popular lake and marina with campgrounds; is known for its smooth water for good fishing and water sports for all ages.  Other recreational opportunities in the area are hiking, biking, wildlife, camping, swimming and boating.

Official services at Canyon Ferry Lake at this reservoir on the Missouri River near Helena, Montana and Townsend, MT.  It is Montana's third largest body of water with 76 miles of shore and creates a persons water sport dream spot for their favorite activity.  The Canyon Ferry Dam was completed in 1954 and has been used for electricity, irrigation, and flood controls to the local communities ever since.

Enjoy information on Hauser Lake a beautiful location in Montana.  The lake is actually a reservoir created by the dam which is 25 miles long, has a surface area of 3,800 acres.  Hauser Lake has a average depth of 26 feet and a maximum depth of 70 feet allowing for water skiers, wakeboarders, wakesurfing, and tubing.  The creation of Hauser Lake led to the creation of nearby Lake Helena.

Experiance the fun of Lake Helena wake boat rentals, jet ski, water sport lessons, and private boat tours on this body of water along Prickly Pear Creek in the Helena Valley of Lewis and Clark County in southwestern Montana.  It is 2,073 acres in size allowing all types of water activities including wakeboarding, water skiing, kneeboarding, wakesurfing, air chair and more!

Experience Georgetown Lake a popular recreation area for locals and visitors which include boating, fishing, camping, biking and windsurfing.  It is a large; 3,000 acre reservoir to enjoy water skiing, wakeboarding, kneeboarding, tubing, and more!  The lake is surrounded by the Flint Creek Range to the north and the Pintlers to the south.  Camping is also available around the Lake at a number of National Forest areas.

Your source for Ennis which is formed by a dam on the Madison River and used by is a locals' and tourists' who enjoy water sports, water skiing, wakeboarding, fishing, and wildlife watching.  Known by longtime locals as Meadow Lake, Ennis Lake was formed in 1905 when Montana Power built a dam on the Madison River at the head of the Bear Trap Canyon.

Official water sport company servicing Bighorn Lake or reservoir located in Southern Montana and Northern Wyoming in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area.  Bighorn Lake was created by the construction of Yellowtail Dam near Fort Smith, Montana in 1965.  It stretches the entire 72 miles length of the Bighorn Canyon at full pool.

Large bodies of water such as this are rare in this prairie country, and 50,000 visitors flock each year to enjoy the recreational opportunities from Invert Sports.  Boating and other water sports are popular here, and the park boasts excellent bass, crappie, walleye, and northern pike fishing.  Four state record fish have been pulled from its waters.  The park is 640 acres in size at an elevation of 3,454 feet.  

Visitor source for Recreation on Clark Canyon Reservoir on the water near Barrett's Diversion Dam, located on the Beaverhead River south of Dillon, Montana.  Clark Canyon Reservoir is the site of Camp Fortunate, one of the more significant spots along the Lewis and Clark Trail. Clark County Reservoir has 4,935 water surface acres, 4,388 land surface acres and 17 miles of shoreline to enjoy.

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