Lake Tahoe (California)

One of the most beautiful lakes in the US, Lake Tahoe is encircled by the snow-capped peaks of the Sierra Nevada Mountains .

Crater Lake (Oregon)

Oregon is home to the deepest lake in America. Crater Lake, which is 1,943 feet deep, was created by a volcanic eruption about 8,000 years ago.

Lake Powell ( Arizona and Utah )

Lake Powell, one of the most beautiful lakes in the country, was created when the Colorado River was dammed in Glen Canyon on the boundary of Arizona and Utah.

Lake Michigan, USA

By area, Lake Michigan is the biggest lake in a single nation. It is the only one of the five Great Lakes that is wholly inside the borders of the United States, stretching the whole west coast of Michigan's Lower Peninsula.

Lake of the Ozarks (Missouri)

The Lake of the Ozarks, a man-made lake formed by damming the Osage River in central Missouri, is a well-liked summer vacation spot.

Lake Superior

You can catch a variety of fish in this excellent lake, including walleye, herring, whitefish, salmon, trout, smallmouth bass, and northern pike.

Lake Winnipesaukee (New Hampshire )

Depending on which portion of the shoreline you are at, Lake Winnipesaukee's width ranges from one to nine miles long and is around 21 miles long.

Hanging Lake (Colorado)

You'll need a permit to travel the challenging 1.2-mile trail to reach this jewel (visitors are capped per day to preserve the fragile ecosystem).

Flathead Lake (Montana)

With more than 185 miles of shoreline, Flathead Lake is the largest freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. 

Lake Kabetogama (Minnesota)

Beautiful Lake Kabetogama, one of the 12,000 lakes in Minnesota, is located in the north woods lake district and is definitely worth visiting on a wild holiday.