The Everglades, Great Smoky Mountains, Lake Okeechobee, and the Mississippi River Delta are the primary landforms in the Southeast region of the United States, according to WorldAtlas. Only the southern point of the Appalachian Mountains, which contains the Great Smoky Mountains, is regarded a prominent landform of the Southeast United States.
According to Wikipedia, the Mississippi River Delta is the world’s seventh largest delta, with about 2.7 million acres of rich coastal wetlands. The Mississippi River, one of North America’s longest rivers, empties into this delta. Only the delta is considered a southeast landform due to the Mississippi River’s length.
According to USA Today, Lake Okeechobee in Florida is the fourth largest lake in the United States, with a surface area of around 730 square miles. Lake Okeechobee is a significant freshwater source in Florida. The Everglades, the United States’ greatest subtropical wilderness zone, lies near to Lake Okeechobee.
The Appalachian Mountains include the Great Smoky Mountains as a subrange. Along the Tennessee-North Carolina border, these mountains rise. This mountain range is sometimes referred to as the Smoky Mountains, or simply “Smokies.”