Enjoy beautiful wildlife, high desert vistas, fresh air, peace, and quiet where horses roam freely. We also have many other activities and areas around the lake.
Stand Up Paddle Boarding
Lake Simtustus Resort is located on the Willow Creek inlet, which feeds the dammed-up Deschutes River. This swollen inlet provides the perfect playground for your Stand Up Paddleboarding (SUP) adventure. Imagine cutting through the glassy water as the sun rises. Fish are jumping, and herons, eagles, and ospreys are watching your every graceful stroke! Explore the shallows and the spring-fed waterfall, or get some speed on the open waters.
We rent four different style boards for different levels of fun! Grab a few friends and jump on our four people, SUPer fun inflatable board. $30 for a couple of hours, $50 for 4 hours, and $75 for all day.
Pontoon Boat Rentals
Load up your lunch basket and cooler, the kids and pup, and shove off to explore the lake. Spring-fed waterfalls, waterfowl, herons, eagles, ospreys, horses, mule deer, amazing geology, volcanic viewpoints, two dams, and unforgettable memories! You can rent for half a day or a full day. We have four six-person pontoons, three eight-person pontoons, and one 16-person party hub, ranging from $189 to $565.
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Brand new pickle ball court and 5-hole putting green
Bring your equipment for a fun game with the family or get your borrowed sets at the store. Bring an ID to leave with the office while borrowing resort sets.
Games are located in the guest laundry room. Help yourself with all the games, books, and DVDs on the shelf. Remember to return it when you`re done. All Crown Point units offer a card game called "Let`s Get Deep" for those reconnecting nights for the two of you.
Water Skiing and Wakeboarding
|Remember to bring your speed boat, water skis, and wakeboarding equipment. There is plenty of room to test all your water skills.
Paddle, paddle, paddle!
Sit in one of our kayaks and explore the lake while getting in an awesome workout. There is nothing like gliding through the water and being down on the same level as our friends who always live here. Fish jump right over your bow, herons stretch their necks to get a better view, eagle eyes have a great view of you, and the geology is unbelievable. Getting up close to Mother Nature is so easy and fun to do while in your kayak.