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White Rock Lake, Texas, USA: Dusk at White Rock Lake

White Rock Lake

(Texas, USA)

1,088 acres

10 miles of shoreline

18 feet max. depth

458 feet above sea level

Located northeast of the City of Dallas, White Rock Lake is an artificial reservoir built to supply drinking water to the residents of Dallas. Its construction began in March 1910 and was completed more than a year later in October 1911. White Rock Lake was formed by damming White Rock Creek; its waters exit the lake over a spillway into the Trinity River. Due to the ever-increasing water demands ... Read full review

White Rock Lake, Texas, USA: Dusk at White Rock Lake

White Rock Lake

(Texas, USA)

1,088 acres

10 miles of shoreline

18 feet max. depth

458 feet above sea level

Located northeast of the City of Dallas, White Rock Lake is an artificial reservoir built to supply drinking water to the residents of Dallas. Its construction began in March 1910 and was completed more than a year later in October 1911. White Rock Lake was formed by damming White Rock Creek; its waters exit the lake over a spillway into the Trinity River. Due to the ever-increasing water demands ... Read full review

Watson Lake, Arizona, USA: Granite Dells, Arizona

Watson Lake

(Arizona, USA)

380 acres

75 feet max. depth

5,100 feet above sea level

Watson Lake is one of two reservoirs (Willow Creek Lake being the other) located within the Granite Dells just outside of Prescott in North Central Arizona. The Granite Dells are a unique geological feature consisting of massive granite boulders that have eroded into rounded bumpy and unusual shapes giving the rocks a rippled appearance. The two lakes combined with numerous hiking trails offer a great ... Read full review

American Lake, Washington, USA: Mt. Ranier View from American Lake

American Lake

(Washington, USA)

1,100 acres

12 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

235 feet above sea level

Less than three miles inland from Puget Sound, American Lake is one of the lesser known vacation destinations in Washington's Seattle-King County Region. Lovely American Lake is often bypassed for the grandeur of Puget Sound. Little do visitors know what they're missing at American Lake. Part of the lake is within the City of Lakewood, a suburb southwest of Tacoma. American Lake therefore has become ... Read full review

Cedar Lake, Illinois, USA: Cedar Lake

Cedar Lake

(Illinois, USA)

1,750 acres

30 miles of shoreline

40 feet max. depth

432 feet above sea level

Cedar Lake is located at the edge of the Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois. This 1,750-acre reservoir was created by the City of Carbondale in 1974 by building a dam to impound Cedar Creek, a tributary of the Big Muddy River. Although the primary purpose of Cedar Lake is to provide water to the residents of Carbondale, this scenic reservoir provides recreational opportunities to visitors ... Read full review

Cahora Bassa, Tete Province, Mozambique: View Toward Cahora Bassa Dam

Cahora Bassa

(Tete Province, Mozambique)

676,822 acres

153 miles of shoreline

515 feet max. depth

1,030 feet above sea level

Cahora Bassa is likely one of the best fishing destinations on the African continent. This relatively young reservoir was formed when the Cahora Bassa Dam was built cross the Zambezi River in 1974. The huge dam was begun by the Portuguese as an irrigation, flood control and power generation dam while Mozambique was still under the control of Portugal. By the time the reservoir had filled, Mozambique ... Read full review

Keechelus Lake, Washington, USA: Scenic View of Keechelus Lake

Keechelus Lake

(Washington, USA)

2,560 acres

2,510 feet above sea level

It is a picture postcard - snow capped mountains mirrored back in clean, clear, mountain water. Set against the backdrop of Washington's Cascade Mountains, Keechelus Lake is a picture come to life. With 2,560 acres of water to fish, boat or explore, Lake Keechelus has more than enough room for everyone. Add trails for hiking, biking and cross country skiing along with down hill ski slopes moments ... Read full review

Lake Mattamuskeet, North Carolina, USA: Trees at Lake Mattamuskeet

Lake Mattamuskeet

(North Carolina, USA)

40,000 acres

40 miles of shoreline

5 feet max. depth

1 feet above sea level

40,000-acre Lake Mattamuskeet is located in North Carolina's Coastal tourism region. Although the lake averages only 2-3 feet deep, it is one of the most beautiful lakes in Hyde County, west of the Outer Banks. Dating back to 1585, Lake Mattamuskeet was visited by 60 explorers from Sir Walter Raleigh's Roanoke Island expedition. Today Lake Mattamuskeet is known as an outdoor destination offering fishing, ... Read full review

Lake Marble Falls, Texas, USA: Sunset near Lake Marble Falls

Lake Marble Falls

(Texas, USA)

611 acres

12 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

738 feet above sea level

Lake Marble Falls, in the central Texas Hill Country, is the 4th and the smallest lake in the Highland Lakes chain. It was created by the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) in 1951 as one of the designated control-level lakes for purposes of hydroelectric power, recreation, and water supply. It lies on the Colorado River near the town of Marble Falls. Lake LBJ is just upstream; Lake Travis is just ... Read full review

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