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Lake Plastira, Thessaly, Greece: Lake Plastira Waterfront Dining

Lake Plastira

(Thessaly, Greece)

5,930 acres

197 feet max. depth

2,461 feet above sea level

Lake Plastira, brought into existence in 1960 when the Tavropos Dam was built, has quickly developed into an international playground for visitors looking for a true Greek experience. The dam created a seven-and-a-half mile long reservoir in this high Agrafa Mountain valley and a wealth of economic and recreational benefits for local residents. The reservoir prevents flooding of the Tavropos River ... Read full review

Lake Plastira, Thessaly, Greece: Lake Plastira Waterfront Dining

Lake Plastira

(Thessaly, Greece)

5,930 acres

197 feet max. depth

2,461 feet above sea level

Lake Plastira, brought into existence in 1960 when the Tavropos Dam was built, has quickly developed into an international playground for visitors looking for a true Greek experience. The dam created a seven-and-a-half mile long reservoir in this high Agrafa Mountain valley and a wealth of economic and recreational benefits for local residents. The reservoir prevents flooding of the Tavropos River ... Read full review

Cochiti Lake, New Mexico, USA: View of Cochiti Lake

Cochiti Lake

(New Mexico, USA)

1,200 acres

21 miles of shoreline

5,461 feet above sea level

Stretching 7 miles long on the Rio Grande River, Cochiti Lake is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, about 20 miles west of Santa Fe and 60 miles northeast of Albuquerque. The entire lake lies within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Nation. Beautifully situated among tall rocky bluffs and steep cliffs, Cochiti Lake has become a recreational delight. Recreational activities include sailing, ... Read full review

Wilson Lake, Alabama, USA: Aerial View of Wilson Dam at Wilson Lake

Wilson Lake

(Alabama, USA)

15,500 acres

166 miles of shoreline

508 feet above sea level

Once known as the "Smallmouth Capital of the World," outdoor enthusiasts enjoy Wilson Lake for its fishing, boating, hiking, and exploring the natural beauty of the area. Wilson Lake is located in northern Alabama's Mountain Region near the town of Florence. Named for President Woodrow Wilson, Wilson Dam was the first dam built on the Tennessee River. Construction on the dam under the control of the ... Read full review

Grand Lake St. Marys, Ohio, USA: Grand Lake

Grand Lake St. Marys

(Ohio, USA)

12,900 acres

74 miles of shoreline

16 feet max. depth

871 feet above sea level

With its sail billowing in the wind, the sailboat glides in front of the lighthouse. It's a rare scene for an inland lake, but Grand Lake St. Marys is a rare lake. Three lighthouses grace the lake's shores. The north shore's Northwood Lighthouse was constructed in 1923 and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is only visible by boat. Grand Lake's lighthouses, however, aren't the ... Read full review

Lake Timiskaming: Fort Temiscamingue Remnants at Lake Timiskaming

Lake Timiskaming

(Ontario, Canada - Quebec, Canada)

72,960 acres

709 feet max. depth

585 feet above sea level

Large, scenic and inviting, Lake Timiskaming forms part of the border between Ontario and Quebec. A full 68 miles long, Lake Timiskaming is about 5 miles wide at its widest point. However, that width is deceptive; the lake formed in a rift valley and is more than 700 feet deep in spots. The lake lies in the northern extension of the Ottawa-Bonnechere Graben, which is part of the Saint Lawrence rift ... Read full review

Rainy Lake: Sun Rays over Rainy Lake at Ranier

Rainy Lake

(Ontario, Canada - Minnesota, USA)

221,000 acres

929 miles of shoreline

161 feet max. depth

1,108 feet above sea level

Rainy Lake's sprawling 221,000 acres straddle the border of United States and Canada. Known as a water sports lover's paradise, Rainy Lake is located in the Northeastern Region of Minnesota near International Falls and Ranier. Canada's portion of Rainy Lake consists of 75% of this massive body of water, while United States is home to the remaining 25%. With so much water it is no wonder sports ... Read full review

Stockton Lake, Missouri, USA: View of Stockton Lake

Stockton Lake

(Missouri, USA)

24,900 acres

298 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

867 feet above sea level

Stockton Lake is a popular recreational reservoir covering 24,900 acres on the western edge of the scenic Missouri Ozarks. Though perhaps not as widely known as some of the other lakes in the state, it's a great choice for vacationers and all those who want to have some fun on the water and in the great outdoors. Stockton Lake was constructed from 1963 to 1969, when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ... Read full review

Lake Shafer, Indiana, USA: Norway Hydroelectric Dam at Lake Shafer

Lake Shafer

(Indiana, USA)

1,291 acres

50 miles of shoreline

30 feet max. depth

648 feet above sea level

Lake Shafer is the summer destination of many Indiana families. Located just outside of Monticello, Indiana, Lake Shafer is one of two man-made lakes on the Tippecanoe River. Due to the constant flow of water from the river, the residence time of Lake Shafer is only 3 days. Lake Shafer is ten miles long and covers 1291 acres, and because of its location is a natural trap for sediment. Starting in ... Read full review

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