3 Great Lakes to Visit in California

Lake Shasta

With temperatures averaging in the mid 90′s throughout the summer months, Lake Shasta is a great place for a water sports filled vacation. Lake Shasta gives tourists the option to RV, tent camp, Houseboat, or stay in a cabin. Spend your days boating, skiing, wakeboarding, fishing or just relaxing the day away while getting a tan. The mountain atmosphere of Lake Shasta lets you truly leave the city behind and enjoy a vacation full of fun and exploration. There are even amazing caves to discover called the Shasta Caverns. They are a must see on your Lake Shasta trip. For more info visit www.lakeshasta.com or  www.lakeshastacaverns.com.

Lake Shasta

Lake Tahoe

Voted “America’s Best Lake” from USA Today, Lake Tahoe is a spectacular vacation. Crystal clear waters await you for swimming and boating in the summer months and sledding, skiing, and ice skating in the winter. Lake Tahoe boasts being the second deepest lake in the United States at about 1,645 feet deep. This allows daredevil tourists to go cliff diving along the shoreline during the summer months.

Lake Tahoe is also home to over 5 world-class Casino’s for those who are feeling lucky. With the best of natures scenery and the fun man-made entertainment, Lake Tahoe is a great choice for a California vacation any time of year. For more info please visit www.visitinglaketahoe.com.

Lake Tahoe

Lake Havasu

Lake Havasu claims they are one of the best boating lakes in the United States, and California Holiday agrees. The lake sits on the eastern border of California and is regularly visited by Southern Californian’s during the Spring and Summer. Lake Havasu City is on Arizona’s side; it’s home to the world-famous London Bridge. The lake is known for party boating,  water-sports, and caters to an uninhibited crowd. Lake Havasu provides tourists with boat-in camping, fishing, hiking, bars and nightlife. It’s desert atmosphere and average temperatures in the 100′s during the summer months mean that your vacation is spent in the water and you need to be ready for extreme heat during your trip. All that said, Lake Havasu is a great place for anyone seeking a wild time drinking and soaking up the desert sun. For more info please visit www.golakehavasu.com.

Lake Havasu

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