Definition of lakeside
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A small piece, however, is lakeside, including a 760-foot stretch of sandy, non-swimming beach.
When her husband called about Wednesday's search, Lori Cupit said she was drawn to the lakeside.
In 1979, the Ministry of Hotels & Tourism took over the site and converted it into a hotel, featuring 10 teak bungalows, which in 1993 were replaced by a larger lakeside building.
Here are a few luxury lakeside homes that are ready to make a splash, just in time for Memorial Day weekend.
The detritus of last year’s lake trip sparked outrage among residents, university officials and the U.S. Forest Service after photographs of the trashed lakeside went viral.
Then enter Riverdale, a CW show inspired by Archie comics that marries the pulpy worlds of Twin Peaks and Veronica Mars as townsfolk scramble to solve the murder of Jason Blossom, who shows up lakeside with a bullet in his head.
The McCormick Scottsdale: $99 Scene: Laid-back resort in serene lakeside setting, with kayak and canoe rentals and fishing.
Some go for the postcard-worthy lakeside setting in Deschutes National Forest, about a three-hour drive south of Portland.
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