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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
Wright Patman Lake is a hidden gem in east Texas. This lake is perfect for a day trip or a weekend getaway, and there are plenty of activities to keep you busy. Whether you’re looking to relax on the lakeshore, go fishing, birdwatching, camping, or go for a hike, Wright Patman has something for everyone.…Details
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,…Details
The phenomenon known as lake effect snow is seen most commonly on the Great Lakes during fall and winter in the northern U.S. However, lake effect snow does occur in freak situations on other lakes and even ponds in the U.S. This phenomenon happens when specific weather conditions collide together to produce lake effect snow. …Details
People live by lakes for diverse reasons. Two obvious reasons are situational, and other reasons people live by lakes are contingent on economics, availability of essential resources, a need for a certain type of job or education, and lifestyle choices. Where people prefer to live can also change throughout their lifetimes. Situational reasons why…Details
J. Percy Priest Reservoir, more commonly called “Percy Priest Lake”, is the outdoors playground for Nashville, Tennessee. Named for the U.S. Congressman that represented Nashville in the mid-1900s, it is the go-to weekend destination for boating, fishing, hiking, restaurants and fun in “Nash-Vegas”. Explore Percy Priest Lake in Detail For more information, news, events, trip…Details
If you are looking for a quiet lake with waterfront homes, then travel between Dallas, Texas and Texarkana to pay a visit to Lake Bob Sandlin. Surrounded by both deciduous and pine trees, it is spectacular in the fall, and a fantastic lake for boating. Explore Lake Bob Sandlin in Detail For more information, news,…Details
What makes a lake a lake, really? At LakeHub we have featured lakes that are measured in acres, and lakes that are measured in hundreds of thousands of square miles. But they’re both lakes – how can that be? What Defines A Lake? The simplest definition of a lake as this: a large body of…Details
Lake Marion is the 3rd largest lake in South Carolina, and it is part of a chain of lakes that you can explore from one to the next by boat, all the way from the ocean. There are over 300 miles of natural shoreline, and so many coves and islands to explore. There is hunting…Details
Living the lake life offers wonderful opportunities that allow its residents to escape from so many hassles encountered when living in the city or a town. There are a myriad of psychological research studies that found living in “blue” or “green” spaces are good for mental health. Lake life is pretty darn excellent at the…Details
Lake Fork is absolutely legendary in the bass fishing world. Every year, Lake Fork routinely is responsible for the majority of the biggest largemouth bass that have been recorded in the state of Texas. Host to tournaments every single week all year round – including Bassmaster tournaments at the highest level – it has some…Details
Lakes have been used for thousands of years for travel, commerce, and in recent centuries for recreation. From commercial fishing to shipping, modern industry and power generation, lakes large and small have benefitted us the world over. The largest lakes take on a life of their own, creating an ocean-like atmosphere with large sustainable fisheries…Details