America's Most Beautiful Lakes

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Set your sights on these picture-perfect lakes, and you’ll appreciate why blue is the most popular color.

Lake George, NY

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The so-called Queen of American Lakes was a playground for Gilded Age robber barons, many of whose original waterfront stone mansions still line a 10-mile stretch known as Millionaire’s Row—and where the grand Victorian-era Sagamore Resort welcomes guests to its own island. At The Narrows, the southern Adirondacks squeeze the spring-fed lake into a five-mile stretch dotted with hundreds of islands of all sizes, described by Thomas Jefferson as “the most beautiful water I ever saw.”

park along side Lake George, NY

America's Most Beautiful Lakes

Lake George, NY

The so-called Queen of American Lakes was a playground for Gilded Age robber barons, many of whose original waterfront stone mansions still line a 10-mile stretch known as Millionaire’s Row—and where the grand Victorian-era Sagamore Resort welcomes guests to its own island. At The Narrows, the southern Adirondacks squeeze the spring-fed lake into a five-mile stretch dotted with hundreds of islands of all sizes, described by Thomas Jefferson as “the most beautiful water I ever saw.”

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