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This Is Best Place to Enjoy the Water in Each State

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6. Colorado: Grand County
> Total population: 14,490
> Local body of water: Lake Granby
> Popular recreational water activity: Pontoon boating
> Number of marinas: 5

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7. Connecticut: Fairfield County
> Total population: 941,618
> Local body of water: Long Island Sound
> Popular recreational water activity: Kayaking
> Number of marinas: 48

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8. Delaware: Sussex County
> Total population: 211,224
> Local body of water: Atlantic Ocean
> Popular recreational water activity: Bass fishing
> Number of marinas: 14

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9. Florida: Broward County
> Total population: 1,863,780
> Local body of water: Atlantic Ocean
> Popular recreational water activity: Canoeing
> Number of marinas: 74

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10. Georgia: Chatham County
> Total population: 282,613
> Local body of water: Atlantic Ocean
> Popular recreational water activity: Kayaking
> Number of marinas: 12

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