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White Goat Lake

  If you came for an overnight stay Lost Spring Campground is a splendid place to camp. At White Goat Lake you can see White Goat Mountain, and since you might be in a lake visiting mood you can always pop by close by Bayhorse Lake. White Goat Lake is in the neighborhood of Yankee Fork State Park which is a picturesque place. Camas Creek has a category V run of whitewater nearby. The 13-mile-long Duck Creek to confluence with M.Fork Salmon section is great to
    run. Raft paddlers on this run of Camas Creek should possess quite a little bit of skill in whitewater rafting and kayaking. Always check the latest conditions prior to departure whitewater rafting and kayaking given that whitewater rafting and kayaking is a perilous pursuit.

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These outdoors activities are available near White Goat Lake.
 Lakes Near White Goat Lake:
Bayhorse Lake, Custer County, 16 miles away
 Public Lands Near White Goat Lake:
Yankee Fork State Park, Idaho, 19 miles away
Salmon National Forest, Idaho, 25 miles away
Challis National Forest, Idaho, 37 miles away
 Campgrounds Near White Goat Lake:
Blowfly Campground, Custer County, 6 miles away
Lost Spring Campground, Lemhi County, 7 miles away
West Fork Morgan Creek, Challis, 7 miles away
Little West Fork Campground, Custer County, 7 miles away
 Hotels Near White Goat Lake:
Super 8 Salmon, Salmon, 42 miles away
Salmon River Lodge Resort, Salmon, 42 miles away
 Ski Areas Near White Goat Lake:
Sun Valley, Idaho, 51 miles away
      3400 foot drop, 19 lifts, 75 runs
Lost Trail Powder Mountain, Montana, 57 miles away
      1800 foot drop, 8 lifts, 45 runs
Soldier Mountain, Idaho, 67 miles away
      1425 foot drop, 3 lifts, 36 runs
 Whitewater Near White Goat Lake:
Camas Creek, Lemhi County, 8 miles away
      Class V - 13 miles long (Duck Creek to confluence with M.Fork Salmon)
Salmon River - Yankee Fork, Custer County, 15 miles away
      Class IV-V - 26.8 miles long (Upper road end to Salmon River)

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