TOP 10 Alligator Infested Lakes in US

Caddo Lake, Louisiana:is a 25,400-acre (10,300-hectare) lake and bayou (wetland) on the Texas-Louisiana border, located in Harrison and Marion counties in Texas and Caddo Parish in Louisiana.

Lake Poinsett, Florida:Alligator hunting is quickly gaining in popularity across the southern United States. In 15 years, Lake Poinsett had more hunted gators than any other place in the state.

Lake Lewisville, Texas: is one of the largest lakes in north Texas, with 29,000 acres and 233 miles of shoreline. Fishing, skiing, swimming, relaxing, and boating are popular activities.

Lake George, Florida:sometimes known as Lake Welaka, is a shallow brackish lake on the St. Johns River in Florida, United States. It is the second-largest lake in Florida, after Lake Okeechobee.

Lake Kissimmee, Florida: is a lake in Osceola County, Florida, about 15 miles (24 kilometers) east of Lake Wales. The lake is almost entirely in Osceola County.

Sawgrass Lake, Florida:is a wildlife reserve in Tampa Bay, Florida, designed for people who like viewing and learning about nature. Apple snails, turtles, and snakes sunbathe on exposed logs.

Alligator Lake, Florida: is a freshwater lake located in Osceola County, not far from Disneyworld. It’s part of a chain of lakes in south central Florida known for their fishing, boating.

Cypress Lake, Louisiana: began as a prehistoric bison wallow and is now a 2-acre (0.8 ha) swamp-like lake in the middle of the University of Louisiana at the Lafayette campus.

Lake Jesup, Florida: is one of Central Florida’s largest lakes and one of the many that make up the St. Johns River. The lake, located in the heart, covers roughly 16,000 acres (65 sq km) .

Lake Okeechobee, Florida:often known as Florida’s Inland Sea, is the state’s largest freshwater lake. It is the eighth largest natural freshwater lake in the United States .

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