Bear Lake, Idaho
At 20 miles long and eight miles wide, Bear Lake is a popular destination for water lovers, welcoming about 15,000 campers annually.
Big Bear Lake, California
With an average of 320 days of sunshine each year, launching your boat at Big Bear Lake can happen all year-round.
Deer Creek Reservoir, Utah
Deer Creek Reservoir is renowned for being one of the best all-around outdoor recreation areas in the state.
Detroit Lake, Oregon
In the summer months, this 3,500-acre, 9-mile long lake located just 46 miles south of Salem in Oregon's Willamette Valley is a popular recreation area for fishing, boating, tow sports, swimming, camping, and picnicking.
Flathead Lake, Montana
Flathead Lake is perfect for all on the water activities including, waterskiing, swimming, and fishing.
Lake Chelan, Washington
Its glacier-fed waters make Lake Chelan one of the clearest lakes in the United States.
Lake Havasu, Arizona
Lake Havasu is also a perfect destination for fishing, swimming, and all types of water recreation.
Lake Mead, Nevada
Lake Mead has nine access points including locations along Las Vegas, Interstate 15, and the Valley of Fire State Park.
Lake Powell, Utah
With nearly 2,000 miles of shoreline, warm water, and endless sunshine, Lake Powell is the ultimate boating playground.
Lake Washington, Washington
Lake Washington is the perfect playground for summer activities like boating, wave-running and sport fishing.
Parker Strip, Arizona
Just south of Lake Havasu lies the 20-mile-long Parker Strip, also known as Lake Moovalaya.
Pyramid Lake, California
Pyramid Lake is located about 65 miles north of downtown Los Angeles in the Los Padres National Forest.
Shasta Lake, California
The varied shoreline and sheer size of Shasta Lake divide the reservoir into different areas, each with unique offerings and opportunities.