Canoeing and Kayaking
Georgetown Lake is a particularly beautiful spot to glide along in a canoe or kayak, especially in the early morning when the wind is down and the lake is still and wildlife, such as moose, have come down to feed.
For the more adventurous, try running rapids on Rock Creek, the Big Hole River or Flint Creek. Many parts of the rivers, particularly in the summer when the levels have dropped, are relatively easy to navigate. However, only experts with appropriate training and skills should attempt running these rivers in the spring as the water is fast, high, freezing and there are many unmarked dangers and obstacles such as fallen trees or wire fencing.