goingoutside.comLakes

US Lakes > Idaho > Custer County > Jimmy Smith Lake

        
Custom Search
   

Jimmy Smith Lake

 
  This lake is so wonderful. A delightful site to camp here at Jimmy Smith Lake is Jimmy Smith Lake Access Area; Jimmy Smith Creek is one of the streams nearby that might be worth visiting. I don't want to stop, cause I'm havin' a great time here at Jimmy Smith Lake. A spree to Yankee Fork State Park when you're here at Jimmy Smith Lake is never a bad idea; there's some flowing water close by, Corral Creek is a stream you can pop by during your stay.
Dry
    Gulch is right next door to Jimmy Smith Lake and is beyond doubt a wonderful site to explore; since you might be in a lake visiting mood you can always visit close by Bayhorse Lake.
 


Be the first to submit input for Jimmy Smith Lake.
If you have info on Jimmy Smith Lake, Custer County, Idaho please submit it here to improve this web site.





      


 

OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Jimmy Smith Lake.
 Lakes Near Jimmy Smith Lake:
Bayhorse Lake, Custer County, 12 miles away
 Public Lands Near Jimmy Smith Lake:
Yankee Fork State Park, Idaho, 21 miles away
Challis National Forest, Idaho, 33 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Jimmy Smith Lake:
Jimmy Smith Lake Access Area, Clayton, 0 miles away
Jimmy Smith Trailhead, Clayton, 1 miles away
Little Boulder, Clayton, 5 miles away
East Fork, Clayton, 7 miles away
 Hotels Near Jimmy Smith Lake:
Bellemont Hotel Sun Valley, Ketchum, 24 miles away
Sun Valley Resort, Sun Valley, 24 miles away
Knob Hill Inn, Ketchum, 24 miles away
Tamarack Lodge, Ketchum, 24 miles away
Limelight Hotel Ketchum, Ketchum, 25 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Jimmy Smith Lake:
Sun Valley, Idaho, 24 miles away
      3400 foot drop, 19 lifts, 75 runs
Soldier Mountain, Idaho, 45 miles away
      1425 foot drop, 3 lifts, 36 runs
Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Montana, 82 miles away
      1800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 45 runs
 Whitewater Near Jimmy Smith Lake:
Salmon River, Custer/ Lemhi County, 7 miles away
      Class II - 70 miles long (East Fork of Salmon to Town of North Fork)
Salmon River - Yankee Fork, Custer County, 19 miles away
      Class IV-V - 26.8 miles long (Upper road end to Salmon River)

Copyright © Stratus-Pikpuk, Inc.