Take a refreshing swimming bout in the alpine lakes or just sit by the shorelines beholding these shimmering water bodies. These crystal clear lakes are sure an illustrious miracle of mother nature.
With multiple hues of blue, Lake Tahoe, the country's second deepest lake, carries the clearest waters in North America.
Mount Mazama, one of several now-dormant volcanoes, holds the serene Crater Lake and with a depth of 1,950 ft., it is recognized as the deepest lake in the US.
One can’t resist diving in Lake Flathead, the natural freshwater lake that offers interesting amusement activities such as fishing, swimming and sailing.
A hidden treasure of Michigan, Torch Lake is a crucial part of a 14-lake nexus connected by rivers, forming a 100 mile shoreline and boasts of being the longest inland lake in the state.
Lovingly tagged as the Queen of American Lakes, the pristine waters of Lake George is flocked by thousands of visitors for its tranquil beauty and water sports like jet-skiing, kayaking and river-rafting.
Gateway to the North Cascades National Park, Lake Chelan is Washington’s largest natural lake and is a hot-spot due to the neighboring forest area, vineyards and mountains for a quick hike.
The Idaho region is blessed with over 50 lakes, yet Coeur d’Alene stands out among them for its pristine lake beaches, with a quirky sight of bald eagles.