Hate the crowds? Taking into consideration our current situation, you definitely should. Governments and organizations recommend social distancing, and because these lakes are pretty underrated, you and your family can safely spend your free time in these spectacular U.S. spots.
So, why just social distance a couple of meters away, when you can distance yourselves by several miles. 🙂
Lake Tahoe, for example, is a popular destination spot among Americans; thus, it tends to get really crowded. Fortunately for all of us, we have tons of beautiful lakes spread across this grand land of ours, and those we’ve listed here will most likely live up to your expectations.
So, we should definitely uncover these lakes’ hidden gems by taking a trip (or two) this week. Are you ready to discover them one by one? Then scroll down!
1. Lake Jocassee, South Carolina
Even if Lake Jocassee is a man-made lake, believe us, you won’t be able to tell any difference between this lake and a natural one. You can get here by starting your journey from Devils Fork State Park in Salem.
Devils Fork State Park has many options to offer to you and your family. So, no matter if you’re into luxury lodging, glamping, or old-fashioned camping, the park has covered everything. From hippies to the most demanding people, everyone can have a good time here. 7,500 acres are waiting to be discovered! So, what are you waiting for?
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Are there in North Carolina around Jacksonville and Wilmington?