7 Best Lake Towns in the U.S

Big Bear Lake, California

Big Bear offers a tranquil atmosphere for enjoying nature, with breathtaking mountain vistas, excellent hiking, and water activities.

Burlington, Vermont

Farm-to-table eateries, unique art galleries, and a thriving nightlife scene with live music venues are available. The park system includes well-maintained bike routes, hiking trails, and water sports on Lake Champlain.

Lake Blackshear, Georgia

Lake Blackshear, located in the city of Cordele and two and a half hours from Atlanta, features a tree-lined environment filled with Spanish moss. It is popular among Georgia locals.

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 Lake Chelan, Washington State

Lake Chelan, with its more than 50 kilometers of beautiful glacier-fed lake, is only a three-hour trip from Seattle. The lake is bordered by vineyards and mountains and offers spectacular mountain bike, hiking, and golfing opportunities.

 Coeur d'Alene, Idaho

The Coeur d'Alene River and the St. Joe River feed Coeur d'Alene Lake, the second biggest lake in northern Idaho. "The lake provides a picturesque backdrop for various outdoor activities, such as boating, fishing, swimming, and kayaking

Sister Bay, Wisconsin

Explore the allure of Sister Bay's marina, where you may hire a boat, go fishing, or simply relax while observing the bobbing sailboats and quiet landscapes.

Laconia, New Hampshire

Lake Winnipesaukee is New Hampshire's biggest lake, and Laconia is the region's main city, with a vibrant downtown.

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