Lakeside Motel gets ‘pontoon happy’

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The Lakeside Motel and Resort in Trout Creek introduced a pontoon boat for rent earlier this summer.

Not only is owner Jake Rostker ecstatic about the new “addition” to the popular Trout Creek business, but his brother Corey Aumuller said, ”It’s only going to get better.”

The brothers both said that the rental of the boat, which can seat around eight people, was not just for those that stay at the resort to enjoy.

“We are all about our community. We want everyone to enjoy a day on the lake, fishing and having fun. So we have priced our packages to suit all kinds of budgets,” said Rostker.

“We will rent the pontoon out until the winter weather prevents us from getting on the lake. But we’re hoping to add another one to the ‘fleet’ next year so everyone can get the chance to get on the lake,” said Aumuller.

The Lakeside Motel and Resort is continuing to add some great “flavor” to their already growing services. Flocks of locals and tourists keep the “must-stay” location full and fun for everyone who stops in.

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