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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…Details
Lake Tahoe Weather by Month
With all the activities Lake Tahoe offers, Lake Tahoe welcomes tourists year-round. To hang on the lake, March to May are the most comfortable months, and skiing is best from January to February. In July and August, Massive umbrellas and sun kissed beach goers Lake dress up Lake Tahoe’s shores. There is a small break…Details
What Is Mudding?
Country boys and girls grow up mudding, and even if they don’t go mudding on purpose. That is just because of dirt road conditions in wet weather and out in the livestock pastures and fields of crops. More than likely, a rural citizen never thinks of calling a tow truck if they get stuck in…Details
Spotlight on Watts Bar Lake
Eastern Tennessee is home to some beautiful winding river lakes, and Watts Bar Lake is no exception. With over 39,000 surface acres of water and dozens of islands to explore, this enormous lake has plenty of space for everyone. Set in the Appalachian foothills, Watts Bar Lake has over 700 miles of wild shoreline, plenty…Details
Spotlight on Lake Lewisville
Lake Lewisville isn’t exactly a secret – anyone in the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex knows about this weekend favorite. But as you explore the lake, you’ll find wonder after wonder that goes overlooked by the summertime crowd. Lake Lewisville is a lot more than just party cove on Saturday afternoon. From hunting to fishing,…Details
Spotlight on Broken Bow Lake
Southeastern Oklahoma is home to a wide variety of lakes, and one of the lakes that has gained popularity in the last several years is Broken Bow Lake. Situated just north of Broken Bow, OK and set in the beginning of the Ouachita Mountains, this azure-blue lake is a summertime favorite in a growing area.…Details
Fourth of July Lake Tips
There is nothing like the Fourth of July on the lake. It is so much fun, and most lakes allow fireworks, unlike the cities and towns. It doesn’t matter what lake you visit. The Fourth is the time for camping, BBQ, beer, and fireworks because we celebrate our freedom. It is also one of the…Details
Spotlight on Possum Kingdom Lake
Possum Kingdom Lake is a wonderful serpentine lake set on the infamous Brazos River where North Texas meets West Texas. With spectacular geography and geology, wild history, amazing waterfront homes and seemingly endless miles of fun, “PK” is truly a remarkable place. Possum Kingdom Lake has long been a favorite weekend destination from the Dallas…Details
4th of July Lake Fireworks & Events
Independence Day is the biggest day of the year on pretty much any lake across the United States. Whether you’re looking for a great fireworks show on or off the water, boat or car parades, poker runs, barbecues, or live music, we’ve curated a list of events across LakeHub lakes that are sure to fit…Details
Spotlight on Caddo Lake
Caddo Lake is a natural wonderland. Formed some untold hundreds of years ago by a massive logjam on the Texas-Louisiana state line, it is often referred to as the “only natural lake in Texas”. It has been impounded by a man-made dam for about 100 years, but one thing is sure – Caddo Lake is…Details
Spotlight on Lake Texoma
Lake Texoma lies on the Oklahoma/Texas state line, and is a major lake for tourism and outdoorsmen, drawing millions of visitors every year. With over 550 miles of shoreline, there is a lot of natural beauty, wide open water, hidden coves and endless amenities such as marinas, boat ramps and waterfront restaurants. It really does…Details
4th of July Lake Fireworks Shows
This year, fireworks shows are back for 4th of July celebrations. Last year we saw a lot of cancellations from pandemic concerns, despite a noticeable rise in lake and boating activity. With a few exceptions, most of the regular annual fireworks shows are back on lakes across Texas and Oklahoma. With July 4 landing on…Details