Looking for a peaceful escape? Nothing can be as therapeutic and soothing as the lakes in Pennsylvania.

Lake Harmony, popularly known as a big pond, is a natural lake with a dam. It is 2.5 miles long and privately owned by Lake Harmony estates.

1: Lake Harmony

Enjoy a breathtaking sunset and many recreational activities in this third largest lake in the state.

2: Lake Wallenpaupack

Lake Erie has the smallest volume of all lakes in Pennsylvania. It is hardly 210 feet deep at its deepest point, which makes it suitable for activities like swimming and kayaking.

3: Lake Erie

Lake Naomi is not just the cleanest but also the most luxurious lake to visit. The community of the lake includes every amenity one can imagine of.

4: Lake Naomi

Lake Arrowhead, tucked away in the awe-inspiring Pocono Mountains is famous for its pristine location and spellbinding natural beauty.

5: Arrowhead Lake

With an area of 949 acres and 20 miles of shoreline, Beltzville Lake is considered one of the largest lakes in Pennsylvania.

6: Beltzville Lake

Lake Ariel is surrounded by beautiful Pocono mountains. The beautiful vicinity and endless outdoor activities make Lake Ariel a dream tourist destination.

7: Lake Ariel

Glendale Lake recreational area is the most exciting in Prince Gallitzin State Park.

8: Glendale Lake

Dutch Springs is famous for its beautiful and unique fish species. Largemouth bass, Yellow perch, Palomino Trout, Bluegills, Koi, zebra, mussel and crayfish are some well-known fish species one can witness in Dutch Springs.

9: Dutch Springs

Cowanesque Lake resulted from the Cowanesque dam constructed in the year 1980. It is the largest lake in Tioga county and offers one of the best recreational activities in the town.

10: Cowanesque Lake

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