Get more information and discounts from my personal website: - www.LakeRental.biz - or call me if you have any questions at (310) 422-9411. This home can be reserved 365 days in advance for Friday to Friday stays for summer months. It is reserved at 90 days out for anything less than 7 nights June to September. There are discounts for the weekly reservations.
This property is located 10 miles from either, Crofton, NE or Yankton, SD and is on the shoreline of Lewis and Clark Lake. This Lakefront home has a sandy beach located in front of the property, perfect for swimming or mooring your water toys. The kids love it too; the shoreline has a gentle slope into the water with a soft but firm bottom. Boat slips are available on a daily rental basis at the nearby Weigand Marina. The large yard will accommodate all of your summer games. There is a huge deck where you can relax and watch the water activities. Kitchens are fully equipped and all towels, toiletry items and linens are provided. Every room is fully furnished and decorated. Our list of amenities includes two large screen HDTVs, blue ray players, washer & dryer, two full kitchens, two fireplaces, two full dining areas, two living rooms, 6 bedrooms, large deck overlooking the lake, Gas BBQ, outdoor fire pit & beach access. This is truly a one of a kind lake paradise rental.
For some, it just wouldn't be a vacation without a game of golf. We are located just 6 miles from the beautiful & hilly terrain of the Lakeview Golf Course.
Lewis and Clark Lake offers more than 33,000 acres of water for fishing and water sports. The lake features 30 miles of narrow, wooded shoreline and measures 45 feet deep at Gavins Point Dam. The lake is noted for its tournament-quality small mouth and large mouth bass fishery in the upper reaches of the lake near Springfield, South Dakota and Niobrara, Nebraska. This area is a winding maze of cattails and weed beds that hold large numbers of bass.
Anglers will discover other species including walleye, sauger, northern pike, white bass, perch and keeper-size channel catfish. There is also an excellent opportunity for freshwater drum and good populations of bluegill and crappie in the upper reservoir.
Fisherman can try shoreline fishing from one of the accessible fishing docks, or rent a fishing boat from the marina.
Boaters can utilize nearby Weigand Marina to launch their boat or one of several other launch locations. Boat slips are also available at the marina and boaters are welcome to tie their boats up to the shoreline , but are warned of unexpected storms that may quickly form and cause damage to their vessels on the unprotected shoreline. Safety patrol will be operating on the lake. Be sure your boat is properly numbered and has all required safety equipment and lighting for your size of boat. Be familiar with different buoys and what they indicate. Owners of motorboats propelled by a motor of more than 6 HP may not allow youths under 12 years of age to operate the boat unless accompanied by a person at least 18 years old.
Boat operators, when operating at greater than no-wake speed, are required to assure that each child on board under seven years of age is wearing a Coast Guard approved life jacket unless the child is within a cabin or below deck.
The area has excellent waterfowl hunting, in addition to pheasant and turkey populations. Big game hunters will find an excellent white-tailed deer population around the area.
Park Restrictions and Exceptions
Uncased firearms and bows are prohibited in all state parks, recreation areas, state nature areas, and certain lakeside use areas with the following exceptions:
Uncased firearms and bows are permitted on designated rifle and archery ranges year-round.
Uncased firearms and bows are prohibited year-round in all established campgrounds.