Frequently Asked Questions

At Intermountain Surf & Wake Charters, we strive to provide our guests with all the information they need to book an enjoyable experience with us on the water. That’s why we would like to provide you with some of the most commonly asked questions that we receive. If you have any additional questions or concerns, reach out to us directly by filling out our online form or give us a call at 208-654-3939. We look forward to seeing you!

Our boat can comfortably host up to six people plus the captain, coach, gear, and supplies.

For Lucky Peak Reservoir, we will meet you at the BarClay Bay Launch or Spring Shores Marina.

For Lake Payette, we will meet at Ponderosa state Park.

We have a 72-hour cancelation policy. All trips canceled within the 72-hour window will not receive a refund. Weather cancelations are at the captain’s discretion.

All waivers are required to be completed prior to the day of the charter.

You should bring your swimsuit, non-spray sunscreen, towel, and warm layers during non-summer months.

Fuel for watersports, instruction, U.S.C.G life Jacket, up to three water activities, healthy snacks and beverages. We also offer a variety of board types depending on your experience level.

Red Wine, Sugary Drinks, Cheetos, Messy Food Items, Red Cherries, Spray Sunscreen, Styrofoam Coolers, High Heels, Jewelry, Special Toys, or Chocolate.

Yes! Our boat is equipped with USB ports.

Yes! Our boat is Bluetooth compatible.

We have a 2-hour minimum at Lucky Peak Reservoir and a 4-hour minimum at Lake Payette to book your experience.

No. We charge by the hour – so you can invite your friends and split the cost!

Absolutely! If you don’t have a board, no worries! We have surfboards available for all levels.

While we are definitely here to provide a unique and fun experience, keep in mind this isn’t a party barge.

We’re OK with alcohol as long as you’re of legal age and are drinking responsibly. Wakeboarding is an inherently dangerous sport and being under the influence of alcohol doesn’t make it any easier or less dangerous.

Having a couple of drinks after you ride is OK with us, but all state laws apply and we ask that you don’t get too rowdy. The bottom line is that alcohol is intended for use by adults, so we expect you to act like one.