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Alpena Michigan

Alpena, MI and Lake Hubbard: Sanctuary of the Great Lakes.  Featuring Grand Lake and Long Lake.

In a region that is 66% water you are sure to find just the right spot for your next fishing adventure. Alpena is a stress-free community located on the Northeastern Lower Peninsula shoreline of Michigan’s Lake Huron. It is the place where history and heritage collide with relaxed outdoor adventure. Home to Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary, a national underwater park protecting more than 200 shipwrecks, Alpena is your base camp for a fishing experience of a lifetime. The more than 100 accessible bodies of water in the region will certainly keep you busy with a variety of options including famous Hubbard Lake, Grand Lake, Long Lake, Thunder Bay River, shallow Fletcher’s Floodwaters (pond), and of course, the mighty Lake Huron. Said to be one of the healthiest bass fisheries in the nation, Alpena has plenty to keep you busy both on and off the water. When you are not on the lake you can enjoy museums and art galleries, live theater performances, wine tasting, farm-to-table food; and relaxed adventures like hiking forest trails, hunting for 400+ million-year-old fossils, kayaking, bike riding, and even walking with prehistoric creatures at Dinosaur Gardens. Start your adventure at or call 1-800-ALPENA (257362). Or ask a local expert at  to get insider information for your visit!

Anderson County Tourism Council Anderson County

Anderson County is the ideal destination if you are looking to explore the outdoors, to discover American’s heritage and history or to just relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery. 

Anderson County’s mountains and valley create the perfect landscape for outdoor enthusiast whether you are an adventure junky or wildlife observer.  You can boat, ski or fish along our 800 miles of shoreline on Norris Lake or fish one of the world’s premier trout fisheries or you can explore over 250,000 acres of wilderness that are ideal for hiking, biking, off-roading, horseback riding, wildlife and wildflower viewing. Our more than 1,000 miles of trails meander along river banks and climb into majestic mountains while providing many picturesque resting spots. Whether you prefer a challenging climb or a causal stroll, the perfect trail is waiting for you to explore.

Anderson County also offers the unique opportunity to travel through 300 years of American History.  You can virtually be transported from 18th Century Appalachia to the atomic age to the Civil Rights Era and into the future. From beautiful rural countrysides to picturesque mountain settings, from eclectic cosmopolitan cities to small “Mayberry” like living, Anderson County’s diversity is appealing to anyone who visits and is enticed to stay.  Plan your next vacation at or call 865-457-4547.

Fishing in Lewis countyStonewallcountry, West Virginia

Plan your next vacation here in Stonewallcountry on the shores of the Stonewall Jackson Lake and Stonecoal Lake in beautiful Lewis County, WV, where heroes were raised, legends where born and memories are made.  While here experience all we have to offer including Trans-Allegheny Lunatic Asylum, Appalachian Glass, Lambert’s Winery, WV Museum of American Glass, Mountaineer Military Museum, WV American Art Glass, WVU’s Jackson Mill Farmstead and more.  Attend one of our exciting fairs and festivals. Spend the night at Stonewall Resort or one of our other wonderful lodging properties. Experience many delicious home cooked meals from fine dining to good home style cooking in our unique family owned restaurants. Do all of this when you’re not enjoying our 2 beautiful lakes.

Stonewall Jackson Lake covers 102 square miles with 82 miles of shoreline and Stonecoal Lake covers 12.8 square miles and both are full of smallmouth bass, record muskies and largemouth bass!!! Plan your trip to fish with us by visiting or give us a call at 1-800-296-7329.

Leeds Area Chamber of CommerceLeeds, Alabama

Now is the time to visit historic Leeds, Alabama.  This tri-county city is an eastern suburb of Birmingham with much to offer and ideal getaway for any season.  Visit the historic John Henry home, old train depot and other historic Leeds landmarks, the Outlet Shops of Grand River, Bass Pro Shop, downtown shops including the Monkey’s Uncle and Pants Store, Earthborn Pottery with beautiful world renowned handmade pottery, Barber Motorsports and Sports Museum which includes the largest motorcycle museum in the world and also area festivals including the Creek Bank Festival.  Fishing and lake life is available with Logan Martin Neely Henry lakes just minutes away. 

Leeds, Alabama covers 22.3 square miles and there’s something for everyone to enjoy, so visit us soon!  To find your way here, visit us online at or give us a call at 205-699-5001.

Grand Lake, OklahomaGrand Lake O' The Cherokees

Now is the time to fish for crappie on grand lake!  Grand Lake O' The Cherokees is known for great crappie fishing.  Springtime fishing is always great for all species with summer water activities & boating close behind.  We also have great shopping, antiques, and every amenity you can imagine.  Grand lake offers over 1,800 miles of shoreline, marinas, on-water resorts, cafes & restaurants.  Remember Grand Lake O' The Cherokees when planning your next vacation.

Elizabethtown Tourism Elizabethtown, Kentucky

Plan your next adventure in Elizabethtown. Etown has many activities to choose from, whether you wish to relax or explore!  Elizabethtown offers more than 15 trails for running, biking, or leisure strolls. During the summer months, take the family to Freeman Lake Park, where you can enjoy a day of kayaking, pedal boating, and fishing. Etown also has many attractions to choose from, as well as events, like our annual Cruisin’ the Heartland Festival, recognized as one of the top cruise-ins in the nation by Chevy Classics Magazine.

Elizabethtown is centrally located and is less than a 40-minute drive to the Louisville National Airport. We’re also a short drive from Mammoth Cave National Park, Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park, and many distilleries on the Bourbon Trail. Plan your next adventure here by visiting or by giving us a call at 1-800-437-0092.

SaratogaTourism LogoHeader gallerySaratoga, NY

Saratoga, NY may be most well-known for its world class Thoroughbred horse racing at Saratoga Race Course, the legendary performances at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center and its famous mineral springs, but this gem of a destination offers so much more. 

Year-round outdoor recreation offers everything from snowshoeing and skiing to hiking and mountain biking to a wide range of water activities. Along with fishing there’s boating, kayaking, SUP’s, water skiing and more. Saratoga Lake is approximately 4.5 miles long, 1.5 miles wide at its widest point and 95 feet deep. You will find great smallmouth and largemouth bass fishing along with several other varieties of fish. There are also a number of marinas and a public boat launch.

Enjoy Saratoga’s Victorian charm, fabulous restaurants to suit any taste, unique shopping at boutiques and galleries, and a variety inns, bed and breakfasts and hotels that make for a spectacular getaway anytime. Explore the Saratoga National Historical Park, one of several great museums or try your luck at Saratoga Gaming and Raceway. It’s all here for you. Plan your trip today!  Call 1-800-526-8970 or visit
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