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Silver Lake, Delaware, USA: Shoreline at Silver Lake

Silver Lake

(Delaware, USA)

167 acres

9 feet max. depth

Surrounded by the city of Dover at the headwaters of the St. Jones River, Silver Lake is a beautiful place to take a break from fast paced urban life. The area's wildlife and rich history of the "First State's" capital city along with the cultural opportunities combine to make Silver Lake a destination to please everyone. Delaware does not have any natural freshwater lakes. Silver Lake in Kent ... Read full review

Silver Lake, Delaware, USA: Shoreline at Silver Lake

Silver Lake

(Delaware, USA)

167 acres

9 feet max. depth

Surrounded by the city of Dover at the headwaters of the St. Jones River, Silver Lake is a beautiful place to take a break from fast paced urban life. The area's wildlife and rich history of the "First State's" capital city along with the cultural opportunities combine to make Silver Lake a destination to please everyone. Delaware does not have any natural freshwater lakes. Silver Lake in Kent ... Read full review

Fox Lake, Illinois, USA: Tower at Fox Lake

Fox Lake

(Illinois, USA)

1,881 acres

37 miles of shoreline

18 feet max. depth

732 feet above sea level

Located north of Chicago in the Chicagoland Region of Illinois, Fox Lake is part of the Fox River Chain of Lakes. The Fox River Chain consists of nine large and several smaller bodies of water including a stretch of the Fox River. The hydrologically connected chain of lakes, just south of the Wisconsin border, is interconnected in such a way that inflows between the lakes change based on prevailing ... Read full review

Spruce Run Reservoir, New Jersey, USA: spruce run muscrat tracks

Spruce Run Reservoir

(New Jersey, USA)

1,290 acres

15 miles of shoreline

73 feet max. depth

259 feet above sea level

Spruce Run Reservoir is one of the oldest reservoirs in the state of New Jersey. Constructed in the 1960s to meet an increasing need for water supplies and recreation areas for New Jersey residents, this Hunterdon County reservoir is the third largest in the state. Upon its completion in 1963, the reservoir's 6,000 foot long earthen dam impounded 11 billion gallons of water. Because most of the land ... Read full review

Lake Washington, Minnesota, USA: Aerial View of Lake Washington

Lake Washington

(Minnesota, USA)

1,487 acres

13 miles of shoreline

51 feet max. depth

992 feet above sea level

Lake Washington is a uniquely-shaped body of water situated just northeast of the Mankato Regional Airport, in Minnesota's Southern tourism region. While most of the lake's 1,487 acres fall within Le Sueur County, a small portion is considered a part of Blue Earth County. Featuring a maximum depth of 51 feet and a shoreline length of 13 miles, Lake Washington is ideal for water sports like swimming, ... Read full review

Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, USA: Great Stupa of Dharmakaya

Red Feather Lakes

(Colorado, USA)

120 acres

3 miles of shoreline

28 feet max. depth

8,120 feet above sea level

One of the most interesting lake systems on Colorado's Front Range is Red Feather Lakes. The community's name is derived from a popular Native American concert singer's name, Princess Tsianina Redfeather, who studied in Denver and was known to some of the early residents. Located 40 miles northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado in northern Larimer County, the recreational destination came about as a result ... Read full review

Saylorville Lake, Iowa, USA: Bike Trail at Saylorville Lake

Saylorville Lake

(Iowa, USA)

5,950 acres

39 miles of shoreline

37 feet max. depth

836 feet above sea level

Saylorville Lake is a man-made reservoir located on the Des Moines River bordering the town of Polk City, about 11 miles north of Des Moines, Iowa. The reservoir was completed in 1977 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in a flood control project for an area that had seen five major floods in the previous hundred years. Today, 5,950-acre Saylorville Lake is a popular destination for fishing, camping, ... Read full review

Rainy Lake: Sunset on Rainy Lake

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

Arrowhead Lake, Pennsylvania, USA: View of Arrowhead Lake

Arrowhead Lake

(Pennsylvania, USA)

328 acres

1,668 feet above sea level

Tucked away in the beautiful Pocono Mountains, Arrowhead Lake is a private gated community in the Northeastern Mountains region of Pennsylvania. Loads of recreational amenities and a visitor-friendly attitude set caused Better Homes and Gardens magazine to once name Arrowhead Lake as one of its choice for "best up-and-coming vacation spot." Arrowhead Lake is really two lakes: the main Arrowhead ... Read full review

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