top 10 lakes in us
Lake Coeur D’Alene:Although this lake poses some health risks as it contains lead sediments at its bottom, it is still one of the clearest lakes in America.
Lake Chelan:If you are ever in Washington, you should visit Lake Chelan, situated in the state’s North Central. Lake Chelan is a long, narrow lake that is also the third deepest lake in u.s..
Lake George:Also known as the “Queen of American Lakes,” this lake is a long, narrow, blue lucid lake located at the southeast base of the Adirondack Mountains in New York.
Crater Lake:Interestingly Crater Lake is a volcanic crater lake. Nestled in western Oregon in the United States of America, it is well known for its deep blue color and the clarity of its water.
Flathead Lake: Flathead Lake is a testament to that statement. Located in Northwest Montana, it is a natural lake that is a remnant of Lake Missoula, an ancient, massive glacial dammed lake.
Lake Powell: is an artificial lake located on the Colorado River in Utah and Arizona. It is the second-largest artificial reservoir by maximum water capacity in the United States.
Lake Tahoe:One of the most interesting things about this lake is that it successfully marries two states within the United States of America, as it lies between California and Nevada.
Hanging Lake: This lake has clear-looking turquoise-colored water and can be reached via a trailhead located along the Glenwood Canyon Bike.
Torch Lake:The lake has evident turquoise water and white sand bars. The lake’s name is derived from a translation of the Ojibwa name “waaswaaganing” meaning “Place of torches/flames”.
Deer Lake: is in an unincorporated region in Itasca county, Minnesota. The lake has a turquoise color which seems to change depending on the angle of the sunlight and luminosity.