SB 10.78.19-20

pṛthūdakaṁ bindu-saras
 tritakūpaṁ sudarśanam
viśālaṁ brahma-tīrthaṁ ca
 cakraṁ prācīṁ sarasvatīm
yamunām anu yāny eva
 gaṅgām anu ca bhārata
jagāma naimiṣaṁ yatra
 ṛṣayaḥ satram āsate
Synonyms: 
pṛthu — broad; udakam — whose water; bindu-saraḥ — the lake Bindu-sarovara; trita-kūpam sudarśanam — the pilgrimage places known as Tritakūpa and Sudarśana; viśālam brahma-tīrtham ca — Viśāla and Brahma-tīrtha; cakram — Cakra-tīrtha; prācīm — flowing east; sarasvatīm — the Sarasvatī River; yamunām — the Yamunā River; anu — along; yāni — which; eva — all; gaṅgām — the Ganges; anu — along; ca — also; bhārata — O descendant of Bharata (Parīkṣit Mahārāja); jagāma — He visited; naimiṣam — the Naimiṣa forest; yatra — where; ṛṣayaḥ — great sages; satram — an elaborate sacrifice; āsate — were performing.
Translation: 
Lord Balarāma visited the broad Bindu-saras Lake, Tritakūpa, Sudarśana, Viśāla, Brahma-tīrtha, Cakra-tīrtha and the eastward-flowing Sarasvatī. He also went to all the holy places along the Yamunā and the Ganges, O Bhārata, and then He came to the Naimiṣa forest, where great sages were performing an elaborate sacrifice.