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Watersports on Deer Creek

When you’re ready for a heavy dose of excitement, hook up the ropes for towing tubers or water skiers. Tubing is a great activity for young ones who aren’t yet big enough for waterskiing, relatives visiting from out of town, grandma and grandpa, or anyone who wants to give it a try.

For those who enjoy the thrills (but not the spills!) associated with water skiing and wakeboarding, Deep Creek Reservoir is the perfect spot. At 2,700 acres, there’s plenty of room for wide, sweeping arcs, jumping wakes and more. Spend the whole day practicing tricks and having fun with a boat rental on Deer Creek.

A Quiet Afternoon on Deer Creek

A boat rental on Deer Creek is perfect for those looking for a quiet spot to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city. It’s perfect for couples, families or a best friends getaway. Pack a lunch and some refreshments and plan to spend the day swimming, sunbathing and relaxing.

If you love fishing, a boat rental on Deer Creek is perfect for you. Start early when the fish are biting, then spend some time swimming and napping in the afternoon. As the sun gets lower in the sky, try your hand at catching a few more before the day’s over.

Tour the entire reservoir, marveling at the sights before motoring in to return your boat rental on Deer Creek.

Why Boat Rentals Are Better Than Owning on Deer Creek

If you’re an avid fisherman, you adore watersports or your favorite weekend spot is Deer Creek, you might think it’s a good idea to buy your own boat. At $100,000-$300,000 on average, a boat is an investment. But beyond that, you have to factor in the cost of having it put in and taken out of the water every spring and fall, boat slip rental fees, drydock fees, insurance, mechanical upkeep, gas and other incidental costs.

Make it easy on yourself, and go with boat rentals on Deer Creek from Erhardt Recreational this summer.
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