Uncertain, TX ~ Caddo Lake and bayou sits on the border of Texas and Louisiana. The wetlands are internationally protected, and the lake is the second largest natural lake in Texas. The cypress forests are breathtaking, a must see!
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Lake City, MN ~ In the summer this park would be busy with campers, fishermen, and people enjoying a swim. The lake was completely frozen on this visit. You still have some fishermen in the winter, but ice fishing is rare in these parts. Still a beautiful sight to behold, much more impressive in person.
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