For boating aficionados in the U.S.A., do you have a growing list of boating destinations? The more experienced of a boater you become, the more places you want to go. Want some insights into some hotspots? Check out these locations for some boating experience that are sure to last a lifetime.
Caddo Lake, L.A.
Caddo Lake is known as the largest natural freshwater lake in the South, as well as the largest Cypress forest in the world. Caddo Lake is very inviting for boaters who love to fish. It is also home to about 70 species of fish such as white and yellow bass, sunfish, crappie, catfish and many more.
Cedar Key, Florida
Located along the most remote and undeveloped areas of Big Bend coastline in Florida, this out-of-the-way and end-of-the-road boating destination still has a fair share of visitors. For boaters who love to watch birds, this is an ideal spot since a lot of species of birds flock here. Also, if you love to fish during winter, this is the place to be as the redfish will be at its peak season.
Pomme de Terre Lake, Hermitage, Missouri
This lake on the northern edge of the Ozarks is a top angling location that also boasts lovely winding shorelines and hardwood-covered hills.
Famous for its beaches, Miami is also home to marinas which are top options for visiting boaters. Visitors can enjoy a lot of activities like dining in its many restaurants, shopping, live entertainment, neon nightclubs and even museums. Aside from all of these, Miami has its natural beauty bordering the city’s trendy towns.
What draws people to Mackinac Island is its natural beauty with crystal clear waters and powder-sand beaches of the Great Lakes. It has a quaint Victorian charm and is home to cozy lodging and hotels. Aside from its top natural beauty, it also has a balance of in-town fun. You can shop and dine from a wide selection of restaurants and shops. If you plan to tour the island, you can also enjoy renting a bike or hike along its many natural trails.