Whether it is summer or winter, these lakes are always worth a visit. It does not matter if you are a local to the area or visiting on vacation you will not be disappointed by Mother Nature’s ability to provide us with once again some of the most beautiful sites
you will ever set your eyes on. Below are our top picks of the most beautiful lakes in the United States of America.
Lake Tahoe, California
If you are the outdoorsy type and like walking and swimming then you are in for a treat at Lake Tahoe. It is, without a doubt, one of the most beautiful lakes in the United States and of course, one of the most beautiful places California has to offer. In summer, you can swim and enjoy the crisp blue water. In winter crowds gather due to the ski season. Although not the best time of year to swim it does leave the view looking incredible for photography purposes.
Lake Austin, Texas
Although Lake Austin’s main purpose is to create flood control and increase power generation, the lake is also used by tourists and locals alike for recreational purposes. At Lake Austin, you can fish, swim, cruise around on a small boat and kayak and paddleboard. It is a little more rustic than other lakes and offers less of a touristy feel to it.
Lake Geneva, Wisconsin
Yes, Lake Geneva in Wisconsin has the same name as the one in Switzerland, Europe. This lake is the perfect place to spend weekends swimming and enjoying nature. Lake Geneva is close to a quaint little town with shops, cafes and all things regarding the kitchen. Most who come to the lake enjoy sailing, kayaking, spending time on their boat, parasailing, and the list goes on.
Table Rock Lake, Missouri
If you want a bit of luxury you may want to head this way! Not only is it home to The Chateau on the Lake Resort and Spa but it is also home to sailors and all watersports lovers. Not only will you be able to swim your heart away in some of the most beautiful waters but you will experience swimming in water running through the Ozark Mountains. Come enjoy one of the most beautiful lakes in the USA.