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Check out all the Oregon lakes that allow motorized watercraft including boat rentals, jet ski rental, guided water sport lessons and tours.  Invert Sports services all these lakes and more with any watercraft or charter service we offer.

BROWNLEE RESERVOIR (OREGON)
Visitors guide and information to Brownlee Reservoir is located near the Midwestern Idaho and southwestern Oregon borders and creates a spectacular location for boating, jet skis, boat tours, flyboard, and water sport charters.  The reservoir is in the Snake River canyon, in a hilly and semiarid region.  The reservoir is through-flowing, since it has a relatively short residence time that varies.

CULTUS LAKE (OREGON)
Cultus Lake in Deschutes County, Oregon.  It is located in the high Cascade Range in the Deschutes National Forest perfect for outdoor enthusiast and activities.  In the early 19th century, the lakes in this area abounded with beavers.  The lake itself is natural and is 211 feet at its deepest point when full and about two miles long.

DORENA RESERVOIR (OREGON)
The beautiful community of Dorena Lake is located in western Oregon at the southern end of the Willamette Valley close to major communities and amenities.  Dorena Lake is just a 30 minute drive from Eugene and is easily accessible via Interstate five.  Enjoy our watercraft services for boats, jet skis, and water sport tours at this reservoir.

EAST LAKE (OREGON)
Must have information on the East Lake services on the water.  This is one of the twin lakes that occupy part of the Newberry Crater or caldera in Central Oregon which a is really nice place to visit and enjoy the outdoors.  It is located in the Deschutes National Forest near the city of La Pine, OR.  The average depth is 67 feet with 180 feet at the deepest point when full and covers 1,044 acres.

FERN RIDGE LAKE (OREGON)
Enjoy the best information on Fern Ridge Lake in Oregon. This reservoir on the Long Tom River in the state and is a fun destination for any explorer, hiker, camper, and sightseeing enthusiast.  The reservoir is located approximately 12 miles west of Eugene on Oregon Route 126. The reservoir is encompassing more than 12,000 acres and is a popular site for boating, fishing, sailing, paddle boarding, water sports, and birdwatching.

HAYSTACK RESERVOIR (OREGON)
Visitor guide to Haystack Reservoir which is about 3 miles from the city of Culver and is 45 minutes from Bend, Oregon.  It was named after a butte to the south, the dam was constructed in 1956 which is earth filed.  The terrain-surrounding Haystack is plain, consisting of sage and irrigated pastureland that is typical of high desert landscape.

NORTH FORK RESERVOIR (OREGON)
Information on North Fork Reservoir and lake on the North Fork Clackamas River which is a tributary, about 10 miles long, of the Clackamas River in the state of Oregon and makes for a great destination for outdoor activities and water sports for all ages.  Originating at nearly 4,000 feet above sea level on the west side of the Cascade Range, it flows westward through Mount Hood National Forest one of the most popular locations in the state.  

OCHOCO RESERVOIR (OREGON)
Offering the nicest in Ochoco Reservoir information and website to this beautiful lake in Oregon.  The Ochoco Dam creates the reservoir with a hydraulic-fill structure on Ochoco Creek east of Prineville, Oregon.  The State Parks located on both the Prineville and Ochoco Reservoirs are among the most popular used in the state.  Ochoco Reservoir has 8 miles of shoreline. 

ODELL LAKE (OREGON)
Official company servicing Odell Lake boat rentals and watercraft recreational activities on the water.  Odell Lake is located near Willamette Pass in the northwest corner of Klamath County, Oregon.  It is one of several lakes in the Cascade Range in Central Oregon, and lies within the Deschutes National Forest making it a beautiful place for outdoor people. 

PHILLIPS RESERVOIR (OREGON)
Phillips Lake was formed by the construction of Mason Dam and recreation on this 2,235-acre reservoir is located approximately 15 miles southwest of Baker City, Oregon off Oregon 7. Anglers will find largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, rainbow trout, black crappie, yellow perch, and coho salmon.  Many waterfowl rest at the reservoir during migration, especially Canada geese.

CRESCENT LAKE (OREGON)
Enjoy the beauty on Crescent Lake on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains, in the northwest corner of Klamath County, Oregon and has a couple other lakes close by. The area has many trails for hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and areas for off-road vehicles for all groups sizes.  Enjoy Oregon boat rentals and jet skis on this quiet lake.

COLUMBIA RIVER (OREGON, WASHINGTON)
The Columbia and its tributaries have been central to the region's culture and economy for many years.  The river system hosts many species of anadromous fish, which migrate between freshwater habitats and the saline Pacific Ocean. Since the late 19th century, public and private sectors have heavily developed the river offering all types of business and recreation along its path.

LAKE UMATILLA (OREGON, WASHINGTON)
Experience the unique Lake Umatilla and the 110 mile long reservoir on the Columbia River in the United States, between the states of Washington and Oregon.  It was created in 1971 with the construction of John Day Dam, and stretches upstream to the McNary Dam.  This is a major destination for all vacationers around the world.  It lies in parts of Sherman, Gilliam, Morrow, and Umatilla counties in Oregon, and Klickitat and Benton counties in Washington.

SNAKE RIVER (OREGON, WYOMING, IDAHO, WASHINGTON)
The most complete information and company on the Snake River offering watercraft services on the water at this amazing river in the greater Pacific Northwest of the United States.  At 1,080 miles long, it is the largest tributary of the Columbia River, the largest North American river that empties into the Pacific Ocean.  Rising in western Wyoming, the river flows through the Snake River Plain then rugged Hells Canyon and the rolling Palouse Hills to reach its mouth at the Tri-Cities of the state of Washington.  

LAKE BILLY CHINOOK (OREGON)
Visit Lake Billy Chinook and the Cove Palisades State Park which is a year-round recreational destination for the entire family or group.  Located in our high desert region, the weather is sunny and warm in the summer months and chilly but generally mild in the winter.  The park is situated among towering cliffs that surround a water wonder land.

PAULINE LAKE (OREGON)
Information on Paulina Lake which is one of the twin crater lakes, located 6,350 feet above sea level in Newberry Crater, Central Oregon  It is in the Deschutes National Forest near La Pine and is such a nice location to enjoy the outdoors.  The lake's main inflow is from snow melt, hot springs, and seepage from East Lake. Its primary outflow is Paulina Creek and local communities use the water source.

KLAMATH LAKE (OREGON)
Enjoy the fun outdoor adventures at Upper Klamath Lake with watercraft services for all ages to experience.   It is sometimes called Klamath Lake which is a large, shallow freshwater lake east of the Cascade Range in south central Oregon in the United States.  The largest freshwater body in Oregon, it is approximately 20 miles long and 8 miles wide and extends northwest from the city of Klamath Falls.

AGENCY LAKE (OREGON)
Information on Agency Lake which is a natural lake located west of Chiloquin in Klamath County, Oregon.  It is actually the northern arm of Upper Klamath Lake, connected by a narrow channel.  Its primary inflow is the Wood River, while its outflow is Upper Klamath Lake.  The lake has a surface area of approximately 9,000 acres.  The lake is very shallow, and experiences high winds and Route 97 runs along the east side.