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Our Favorite Lakes in the Southeast

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There’s nothing like a lake to bring family and friends together for a day full of laughs, swimming, and soaking up the sun. Fortunately for our friends in the Southeast, there are plenty of fantastic spots to choose from! Whether you’re looking to take a dip in Georgia or ready to swim in the Carolinas, there is always a good option nearby.

Lake Douglas

Lake Douglas is actually a reservoir that was built in the 1940s and sits in one of Tennessee’s most popular areas to visit. Conveniently located near both Gatlinburg and the Great Smoky Mountain National Park, this lake provides all of the highlights of a lake experience with plenty of other adventures close by.

Lake Lanier Islands

A vacation hotspot just outside of Atlanta, Lake Lanier Islands provide everything needed for the perfect getaway. Where else can you find horseback riding, zip lining, mini golf, and wine cruises all in the same location?

Lake Lure

A gorgeous lake with one of the most beautiful views in the southeast, we can’t encourage a visit to Lake Lure enough. The lake, as well as the town that’s named after it, were both envisioned by Dr. Lucius B. Morse as the perfect resort community. Chimney Rock lies above this scenic body of water, which means a great view is just a short walk away.

Lake Martin

This relaxing lake in Alabama once held the title of the largest man-made body of water in the world! While it no longer holds the title, there are plenty of great reasons to visit this popular spot. A series of fun events throughout the year includes fishing tournaments, firework shows, and the famous AquaPalooza. Lake Martin also has a Chimney Rock, though this one is cliff jumping instead of views.

Lake Ouachita

This large lake in Arkansas has nearly 700 miles of shoreline, and is located inside of the Ouachita National Forest. It is a heavenly spot for fisherman, with world class Trophy Striped Bass swimming alongside catfish, walleye, largemouth bass, and many other great catches.

This is also a wonderful spot for scuba divers, with rare non-stinging jellyfish and sponges providing companionship to witness one of the world’s largest crystal veins.

The Water Way

As you can see, we have a passion for all things water-related. We deliver pristine water to businesses and homes throughout the Southeast, so our clients know they will stay hydrated while having fun on out the water! Contact us today to improve your hydration experience.