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Water Recreation in Idaho
Gem State Lakes, Waterparks & Hot Springs
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Nothing represents summer better than jet skis, pools, and anything worth splashing. That being said, Idaho plays host to impressive water parks, scenic falls, and calming hot springs – all ready for summer.
Lake Coeur d'Alene activities include swimming, fishing, and boating in the forms of kayak, canoe, and motorized vessel.
More aquatic adventure is found at Hells Gate State Park near Moscow – set in northwestern Idaho in Lewis & Clark Valley. Anglers may fish for smallmouth bass, catfish, and trout during the summer, while water-lovers can try boating and jet skiing.
Families can take advantage of the Little Splash Mountain Kiddie Play Area and the Mammoth Canyon Family Raft Ride – or just find a spot in the Endless River for more flotation fun. Just west of Roaring Springs along I-84, Meridian is home to the Eagle Island State Park – known for its beach and waterslide.
For a different sensation, head to the Clearwater National Forest for the Jerry Johnson Hot Springs and Weir Creek Hot Springs. Set in the northern Idaho town of Orofino, these hot springs are open to the public over the summer, and can reach 108 degrees Fahrenheit.
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