Located in the Mountain-Lakes area of the state, Guntersville has about 1,000 miles (1,609 kilometers) of coastline on Lake Guntersville.
Bald eagles fly over this lush park, which has trails and a beach on the Tennessee River.
Wasilla, nestled between Wasilla and Lucille lakes, was established as a supply hub for nearby gold and coal mines.
The mountains of Chugach and Talkeetna frame the town and provide beautiful reflections on the lake, while the residences along the wooded coastline are in excellent locations.
Spring breakers flock to Lake Havasu City to soak in the sun and cool down in the crystal clear water.
American billionaire bought the rights to the ancient London Bridge in the 1960s and moved it there from London.
Lake Chicot, the longest oxbow lake in the United States at 20 miles (32 kilometers) in length, was created more than 300 years ago in an oxbow of the Mississippi River.
Lakefront parks and the pre-Civil War Lakeport Plantation are only two of the attractions in this town, which is situated on the Great River Road National Scenic Byway.