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Lake Bogue Homa, Mississippi, USA: Lake Bogue Homa

Lake Bogue Homa

(Mississippi, USA)

882 acres

18 feet max. depth

226 feet above sea level

In Jones County of Mississippi's Coastal region, Lake Bogue Homa covers 882 surface acres. A mild and "friendly" climate year round and the comfort of countryside greenery make the lake a pleasant place to be for a relaxing boating trip. Lake Bogue Homa, which comes from the Choctaw words "bok" meaning "creek," and "homma" meaning "red," was constructed in 1939 and then transferred to the Mississippi ... Read full review

Lake Bogue Homa, Mississippi, USA: Lake Bogue Homa

Lake Bogue Homa

(Mississippi, USA)

882 acres

18 feet max. depth

226 feet above sea level

In Jones County of Mississippi's Coastal region, Lake Bogue Homa covers 882 surface acres. A mild and "friendly" climate year round and the comfort of countryside greenery make the lake a pleasant place to be for a relaxing boating trip. Lake Bogue Homa, which comes from the Choctaw words "bok" meaning "creek," and "homma" meaning "red," was constructed in 1939 and then transferred to the Mississippi ... Read full review

Lake Piediluco, Umbria, Italy: Boats at Lake Piediluco

Lake Piediluco

(Umbria, Italy)

390 acres

8 miles of shoreline

62 feet max. depth

1,230 feet above sea level

A quick peek at the shoreline of Lake Piediluco, also known as Lago di Piediluco, reveals wide, seemingly-unending curves around towering mountains in central Italy. The views suggest a quiet retreat away from it all, with sunny beaches and a quaint town. The area does offer this type of relaxing getaway, but also allows for much more. Visitors are able to explore caves, fish for freshwater eels, ... Read full review

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, Texas, USA: Docks on Lake LBJ

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson

(Texas, USA)

6,449 acres

200 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

825 feet above sea level

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, also called Lake LBJ, is a 6,449 acre lake located in Llano and Burnet counties of the Texas Hill Country. The third of seven lakes in the Highland Lakes chain, the lake is about 45 miles northwest of Austin. Lake LBJ was created in 1951 by the building of Wirtz Dam at the convergence of the Llano and Colorado Rivers, which meet at the northern portion of the lake. Originally ... Read full review

Candlewood Lake, Connecticut, USA: Fall Plumage at Candlewood Lake

Candlewood Lake

(Connecticut, USA)

5,420 acres

89 feet max. depth

429 feet above sea level

Candlewood Lake is Connecticut's largest man-made reservoir. The City of Danbury and four other towns (Brookfield, New Milford, Sherman and New Fairfield) all claim Candlewood Lake's 86 miles of mostly steep forested shoreline and a surface area of over 5,000 acres. Candlewood Lake is a utopia for both residents and visitors that seek out its recreational opportunities. While boating is a major drawing ... Read full review

Cheatham Lake, Tennessee, USA: Cheatham Dam

Cheatham Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

7,450 acres

320 miles of shoreline

40 feet max. depth

385 feet above sea level

Middle Tennessee is blessed with a wealth of recreational opportunities created by Cheatham Lake. The lake itself is more properly called a wide spot in the Cumberland River, created by the US Army Corps of Engineers with the building of the Cheatham Lock and Dam northeast of Nashville. Originally mandated to replace an aging system of navigational locks, the dam was immediately called into extra ... Read full review

Laguna Colorada, Bolivia: Laguna Colorada Panoramic

Laguna Colorada

(Bolivia)

14,720 acres

14,035 feet above sea level

One of the world's most unique lakes, Laguna Colorada occupies an unusual ecological niche in southwestern Bolivia. The nearly 15,000-acre salt lake is less than three feet deep and a brilliant red color due to the variety of algae that proliferates in its briny waters. The unusual lake lies within the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve and is under the joint protection of The Nature Conservancy ... Read full review

Etosha Salt Pan Dry Lake, Namibia: Gemsbok, Etosha National Park

Etosha Salt Pan Dry Lake

(Namibia)

3,562 feet above sea level

Little-known by the world, Namibia's Etosha Salt Pan Dry Lake provides refuge to many varieties of African wildlife. Ensconced within 8,000 square mile Etosha National Park, the huge dry lake bed covers a vast area that receives visits from a wide variety of animals and birds. During the rainy season, the dry lake bed sometimes floods to a depth of about four inches, but the water quickly dissipates ... Read full review

Lookout Shoals Lake, North Carolina, USA: Rope Swing at Lookout Shoals Lake

Lookout Shoals Lake

(North Carolina, USA)

1,305 acres

27 miles of shoreline

838 feet above sea level

Lookout Shoals Lake is a lakefront living gem in North Carolina's Piedmont region. The 1,300-acre reservoir is known affectionately as Lake Lookout to the many residents who live in the area's gated communities. Created along the Catawba River between Lake Hickory and Lake Norman, the reservoir's main purpose is hydropower generation. Now, it is also being eyed as a major source of water for the City ... Read full review

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