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Clark Lake, Michigan, USA: Clark Lake Waterfront

Clark Lake

(Michigan, USA)

580 acres

6 miles of shoreline

51 feet max. depth

969 feet above sea level

One of Southeast Michigan's long-term favorite places to be in summer is Clark Lake. This natural lake, enhanced in size by a small dam, has been a popular destination for thousands of visitors and summer residents throughout the 20th century. For many years the beaches at Clark Lake were the playground of the 'well-to-do' and the 'up-and-coming'. Nestled in the famed Irish Hills, Clark Lake is graced ... Read full review

Clark Lake, Michigan, USA: Clark Lake Waterfront

Clark Lake

(Michigan, USA)

580 acres

6 miles of shoreline

51 feet max. depth

969 feet above sea level

One of Southeast Michigan's long-term favorite places to be in summer is Clark Lake. This natural lake, enhanced in size by a small dam, has been a popular destination for thousands of visitors and summer residents throughout the 20th century. For many years the beaches at Clark Lake were the playground of the 'well-to-do' and the 'up-and-coming'. Nestled in the famed Irish Hills, Clark Lake is graced ... Read full review

Five Flower Lake, Sichuan, China: Five Flower Lake Panoramic

Five Flower Lake

(Sichuan, China)

22 acres

8,110 feet above sea level

China's Jiuzhaigou National Park is a protected nature reserve with a beautiful and pristine collection of natural wonders. Among those are many placid and sparkling lakes, including Five Flower Lake, as well as 17 waterfalls, dozens of species of exotic animals, and steep and rugged valleys that seem untouched by humanity--and are truly worth the time it takes to visit this remote location. Jiuzhaigou ... Read full review

Crystal Reservoir, Colorado, USA: Scenic View of Crystal Reservoir

Crystal Reservoir

(Colorado, USA)

301 acres

6,700 feet above sea level

In 1882 the Curecanti needle became the symbol for the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad. With its steep cliffs and rock formations, the area around Crystal Reservoir has been inspiring travelers ever since. Created by the Crystal Dam in 1976, Crystal Reservoir is and impoundment of the Gunnison River. Along with its sister reservoirs, Morrow Point Reservoir and the much larger Blue Mesa Reservoir, ... Read full review

Lake Dunmore, Vermont, USA: Dock at Lake Dunmore

Lake Dunmore

(Vermont, USA)

985 acres

8 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

594 feet above sea level

Lying at the base of central Vermont's Mt. Moosalamoo, Lake Dunmore is the gateway to Green Mountain National Forest. This sparkling lake is the perfect answer to the family argument over vacationing at the lake or in the mountains. Here, you can have both-and enjoy both fully. The lake functions as water storage for a hydropower dam several miles downstream. Vermont Fish and Wildlife keeps it well-stocked ... Read full review

Deer Lake, Minnesota, USA: Calm Morning on Deer Lake

Deer Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

4,032 acres

25 miles of shoreline

120 feet max. depth

1,309 feet above sea level

Often called the "Lake of Changing Colors," Deer Lake is a jewel in Minnesota's northwoods country. Located northwest of Grand Rapids in south-central Itasca County, this Deer Lake is not to be confused with a smaller Deer Lake located in northern Itasca County. Part of Minnesota's Northeast tourism region, Itasca County is home to over an astounding 1,000 lakes and acres of forest that lend themselves ... Read full review

Okhissa Lake, Mississippi, USA: 5 lb-4 0z

Okhissa Lake

(Mississippi, USA)

1,000 acres

39 miles of shoreline

75 feet max. depth

292 feet above sea level

Okhissa Lake, the first Bill Dance Signature Lake, opened to the public on November 7, 2007 with huge success. The 1,000-acre lake was created to encourage economic growth, and with the name Bill Dance attached to it, anglers far and wide are sure to visit. Located off of Highway 98, in the Homochitto National Forest, Okhissa Lake currently is an excellent place to fish and boat. Future plans are ... Read full review

West Okoboji Lake, Iowa, USA: Sailing West Lake Okoboji

West Okoboji Lake

(Iowa, USA)

3,847 acres

20 miles of shoreline

136 feet max. depth

1,398 feet above sea level

West Okoboji Lake is one of Iowa's eight Great Lakes located in Dickinson County. It was named "Minnetonka" by the Sioux Indians meaning "Great Waters." Subterranean springs provide the lake with 3,847 acres of clear blue water, which has aided in making West Okoboji Lake Iowa's most popular lake. West Okoboji Lake is Iowa's deepest natural lake. Like many of the Great Lakes, West Okoboji is also ... Read full review

Ross Barnett Reservoir, Mississippi, USA: Ross Barnett Reservoir-Ducks and Geese

Ross Barnett Reservoir

(Mississippi, USA)

33,280 acres

105 miles of shoreline

35 feet max. depth

Ross Barnett Reservoir, known locally as The Rez, has found its way into the hearts of the Capital River region of Mississippi. The 33,000-acre reservoir was formed in 1965 when the Pearl River was dammed to create a water supply for the City of Jackson. Located less than 20 miles from downtown Jackson, Ross Barnett Reservoir plays a part in the recreational plans of generations of Mississippians. ... Read full review

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