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This Is Best Place to Enjoy the Water in Each State

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26. Montana: Lewis and Clark County
> Total population: 65,989
> Local body of water: Missouri River
> Popular recreational water activity: Trout fishing
> Number of marinas: 2

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27. Nebraska: Harlan County
> Total population: 3,465
> Local body of water: Harlan County Lake
> Popular recreational water activity: Boating
> Number of marinas: 2

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28. Nevada: Clark County
> Total population: 2,070,153
> Local body of water: Lake Mead
> Popular recreational water activity: Boating
> Number of marinas: 11

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29. New Hampshire: Belknap County
> Total population: 60,392
> Local body of water: Lake Winnipesaukee
> Popular recreational water activity: Crew
> Number of marinas: 11

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30. New Jersey: Ocean County
> Total population: 586,166
> Local body of water: Atlantic Ocean
> Popular recreational water activity: Parasailing
> Number of marinas: 76

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