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Spotlight on Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Lake is a beautiful and serene lake located in western Kentucky, along the Tennessee border. With more than 2,000 miles of shoreline, it is the largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River. It has been an ideal spot for swimming, fishing, boating, camping, and other outdoor activities for locals and visitors alike for…


Lake Geneva Ice Castles

Geneva Lake and the town of Lake Geneva in Wisconsin lie 100 miles southwest of Milwaukee and 30 miles west of Kenosha on Lake Michigan. Large segments of Geneva Lake freeze over in the winter, and sometimes ice covers Geneva Lake entirely. Ice Castles, the name of the company that creates the Lake Geneva Ice…


Things to Do In Lake Tahoe

When people worldwide think of Nevada, they typically think of Las Vegas. However, up north there is one of the most beautiful mountain lake experiences straddling the California/Nevada state line. Surrounding Lake Tahoe are hauntingly gorgeous forested mountains offering an entirely different and unique outdoor experience. Lake Tahoe itself provides wonderful opportunities for ideal vacations…


Spotlight on Lake Cypress Springs

Located in the rolling hills and pines of East Texas, Cypress Springs Lake is a water wonderland that’s been an area favorite for decades. From swimming to fishing, boating to camping—Cypress Springs Lake has something for everyone! With over 12,000 acres of sparkling-clear waters and pristine natural beauty surrounding it, visitors can get away from…


Do Lakes Need Rivers?

Approximately half of the freshwater lakes in the U.S. are man-made at 48%, and the other 52% are natural freshwater lakes. The most popular natural aspects of U.S. states are their lakes, which provide amazing views and vistas, habitats for abundant wildlife, electricity generation, transportation, water usage, and especially recreational opportunities. The largest group of…


What Lives in a Lake?

When we think about what lives in lake, we usually conjure images of fish, reptiles, amphibians, mammals, and birds. But some of the most important things that live in a lake are nutrients and microorganisms before we can have the above species. Lakes and ponds are scientifically named lentic systems. Without nutrients and microorganisms, we…


Lake Mead Water Level

Lake Mead in Nevada, just outside of Las Vegas on the east, is the result of the Hoover Dam on the Colorado River. A historic drought plaguing the western U.S. states has transformed Lake Mead into a depressing illustration of its former beauty. The drought has affected the entire Colorado River basin that covers Arizona,…