While there are only a few lakes of significant size in Maryland, what the state lacks in quantity, it more than makes up for in natural beauty.
Maryland is divided into six distinct geographical regions: the Appalachian Plateau, Appalacian Ridge and Valley, Blue Ridge, Piedmont, Western Shore, and the Atalantic Coastal Plains.
Each region, be it the Appalachian Plateau or the Coastal Plains, offers picturesque landscapes to sillhouette the lakes found there.
Deep Creek Lake in the Coastal Plains, features 69 miles of beckoning shoreline ranging in terrain from steep and rocky to hilly and forested.
To the north, visitors can enjoy 505-acre Little Seneca Lake in the Piedmont Plateau region.
Maryland's natural beauty is sure to impress, but that's not all this state has to offer its lake lovers.
Fishing enthusiasts can hook a variety of fish here from largemouth bass and panfish to rainbow trout and perch.
Visitors can also enjoy hiking, camping and swimming in beautiful Maryland lake-country.
From the state's crown jewel, and largest reservoir, Deep Creek Lake, to the nearby, scenic Wisp Ski Resort on Marsh Mountain, there is an outdoor adventure for every type of nature-lover.
In addition to its scenic natural wonders, Maryland is convenient to many nearby cities.
Both Washington D.C. and Philadelphia are less than an hour from the state's largest city, Baltimore.
And New York City is only two hours away.
With its picture-perfect lakefronts, natural beauty, and unlimited potential, Maryland is waiting for you.