Most vistors love to visit natural sceneries, and if you have chance; just visit all the lakes we suggest you now.
- Lake Eklutna, Alaska
2. Lake Ouachita, Arkansas
3. Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire
3. Lake Martin, Louisiana
4. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
5. Chelan Lake, Washington
6.Pend Oreille Lake , Idaho
7. Lake Lanier, Georgia
8. Jenny, Wyoming
9. Tenkiller, Oklahoma
10. Flathead Lake, Montana
11. Willoughby, Vermont
12. Jocassee Lake, South Carolina
13. George Lake, New York
14. Tahoe Lake, California/Nevada
15. Maroon Lake, Colorado
16. Mono Lake, California
17. Powell lake, Utah / Arizona
Surrounded by the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area, Lake Powell stretches 1,932 miles from southern Utah to northern Arizona. With its crystal clear water and breathtaking scenery, Lake Powell attracts over 3 million visitors each year. Lake Powell is also famous for the Rainbow Bridge National Monument – one of the largest natural bridges in the world.
18. Crater Lake, Oregon
At a depth of 592 meters, Crater Lake in southern Oregon was created when a volcano crumbled about 7,700 years ago. This is the deepest lake in America and the ninth deep in the world.
19. Santeetlah Lake, North Carolina
This large Santeetlah Lake is adjacent to the Joyce Kilmer Memorial Forest National Park and the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.