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Wildhorse Lake

 
  Why not camp at Fish Creek Reservoir while you're here at Wildhorse Lake, and since you're here you will meet lots of people from nearby Carey. This lake is so wonderful. Dry warm beds await you at Super 8 Heyburn Burley Area.
The peak of Wagon Butte can be seen from Wildhorse Lake, and if you came for an overnight stay Silver Creek South is a great place to camp. High temperatures at Wildhorse Lake during the summertime months are in the 80's with nighttime
    lows in the 40's. For the period of the wintertime this place gets highs in the 20's, and after the sun is down through the wintertime temperatures at Wildhorse Lake plunge into the 0's.
 


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OUTDOORS_GUIDE
These outdoors activities are available near Wildhorse Lake.
 Public Lands Near Wildhorse Lake:
Craters Of The Moon National Monument, Arco - ID, 41 miles away
City Of Rocks National Reserve, Almo - ID, 56 miles away
 Campgrounds Near Wildhorse Lake:
Fish Creek Reservoir, Carey, 11 miles away
Silver Creek South, Carey, 14 miles away
Silver Creek North, Carey, 14 miles away
Little Wood River Reservoir, Picabo, 20 miles away
 Hotels Near Wildhorse Lake:
Super 8 Heyburn/Burley Area, Burley, 33 miles away
Best Western Plus Burley Inn & Convention Center, Burley, 33 miles away
Fairfield Inn & Suites Burley, Burley, 33 miles away
Airport Inn, Hailey, 39 miles away
AmericInn Hailey, Hailey, 39 miles away
 Ski Areas Near Wildhorse Lake:
Pomerelle Mountain, Idaho, 47 miles away
      1000 foot drop, 4 lifts, 24 runs
Sun Valley, Idaho, 48 miles away
      3400 foot drop, 19 lifts, 75 runs
Magic Mountain, Idaho, 62 miles away
      700 foot drop, 3 lifts, 13 runs
 Whitewater Near Wildhorse Lake:
Little Wood River, Gooding/ Lincoln County, 15 miles away
      Class II-III - 70.4 miles long (Silver Creek to Big Wood River)

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