Lake Don Pedro offers several opportunities for the outdoor recreation enthusiast. Whether you enjoy boating, fishing, or hiking, there’s something for everyone at this beautifully pristine water playground. If you’re looking for something new and fun to do with family and friends, consider a visit to Lake Don Pedro. H2O Craft Rentals & Repair recommends these three activities for a weekend full of making exciting memories.
Whether it’s kayaks and canoes or ski boats and pontoons, Lake Don Pedro offers 13,000 surface acres of water to ride, float, paddle, and sail. For a relaxing ride on the water, rent one of our pontoon boats. We have three varieties to choose from and they all include several amenities, such as CD players, stereos, boarding ladders, and more.
There’s nothing more relaxing to devoted fishermen and women than a day of fishing on the open water. Fishing is allowed year-round in Lake Don Pedro, and several varieties of fish are plentiful. Smallmouth and spotted bass as well as Kokanee, Chinook salmon, rainbow trout, catfish, sunfish, and bluegill are a few of the fish that have been spotted at the reservoir. Be sure to reserve one of our fishing boat rentals when planning your trip to Lake Don Pedro.
Hiking & Biking
If you’re more of a land lover than a water lover, no need to worry about what to to do! Lake Don Pedro boasts two nature trails that are perfect for an afternoon of hiking or bicycling. Blue Oaks Shoreline Trail is a seven-mile roundtrip trail. A portion of this trail hugs Buzzard Cove, giving you a perfect view of the water. Moccasin Point Lake View Trail is a one-mile roundtrip trail that offers shady views of Moccasin Bay.
Boat Rentals & More
At H2O Craft Rentals & Repair, we offer more than fishing and pontoon boat rentals. Reserve one of our jet ski rentals or spend a day water skiing with one of our ski boat rentals. Call us today at (209) 833-6893 for a free quote on any of our watercraft rentals. We look forward to helping you have a fun-filled time at Lake Don Pedro this summer.
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