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Top five sporting lakes in the U.S.A.

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The U.S. is filled with magnificent freshwater lakes and rivers that are perfect for anyone who enjoys watersports. From coast to coast, you can find lakes filled with families enjoying canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, and wakeboarding.

The summer months aren’t complete without a bit of playtime out on the water. With people trying to find safe social distancing activities to fill their summer, getting out on the boat with a few friends is a great alternative.

The U.S. is filled with magnificent freshwater lakes and rivers that are perfect for anyone who enjoys watersports. From coast to coast, you can find lakes filled with families enjoying canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, and wakeboarding.

Get your boat outfitted with one of the best Stryker T-Tops and head out on the lake for some sporting adventure. We’re taking a look at five of the top-rated sporting lakes around the country where you can head for some sporting fun.

Lake Havasu
This beautiful lake in Arizona has been a long-time favorite for waterskiing and wakeboarding enthusiasts. Located along the California border, Lake Havasu is a man-made reservoir that is 45 miles long, making it perfect for cruising and sporting. Over a million water-loving tourists visit the 450 miles of shoreline every year. Enjoy water sports, including swimming, canoeing, skiing, and diving. There are over 30 local diving spots to explore. Boat rentals are available at many outlets along the lake. Lake Havasu City is a great place to retire after a day on the lake and enjoy a great meal or a stroll through the historic district of town.

Lake Placid
Known as an exciting winter destination, Lake Placid is also a great summer destination. This small village town nestled in the Adirondack mountains has been the host to two Olympic games and is a popular draw for boating and fishing. The lake’s cool waters are a refreshing boost to a variety of sports, including skiing and wakeboarding.

Lake Cumberland
Lake Cumberland is the largest lake by volume east of the Mississippi and is known worldwide as the Houseboat Capital of the World. Located in central Kentucky, Lake Cumberland has over 1,200 miles of pristine shoreline for everyone to enjoy. Waterskiing, sailing, fishing, and wakeboarding are just some of the fun water activities. Boat and vacation rentals are available at the Lake Cumberland State Dock along with fishing licenses so that you will have everything you need to enjoy a vacation at the lake.

Lake Michigan
Watersport fans can enjoy Lake Michigan from four different states and countless cities. This second largest of the Great Lakes is known for its pristine beaches and wavy waters that make it perfect for boating, skiing, and even surfing. Late July is the best time to hit the water when the temperatures reach the high 60s and mid-70s.

Lake Tahoe
As one of the most popular lakes in the country, Lake Tahoe can be enjoyed in winter and the summer. When the snow melts, the city becomes host to a variety of exciting watersport activities. Boating, sport fishing, and wakeboarding are just a few things that you can enjoy on Lake Tahoe. Known as the “Lake In The Sky,” Lake Tahoe is home to over 25 stunning beaches and a vibrant nightlife.

Your summer wouldn’t be complete without spending a bit of time at the lake. Explore these breathtaking sporting lakes around the country and get out on the water for some adventure.

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