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Lake Francis Case, South Dakota, USA: Shore View Lake Francis Case

Lake Francis Case

(South Dakota, USA)

95,000 acres

540 miles of shoreline

1,350 feet above sea level

Lake Francis Case, one of the most popular recreation spots in the Great Plains, is located along the Missouri River in south-central South Dakota. Lake Francis Case is one of four reservoirs constructed along the Missouri River in South Dakota; the other three are Lewis and Clark Lake, Lake Sharpe, and Lake Oahe. Stretching 107 miles from the community of Pickstown to Big Bend Dam near Fort Thompson, ... Read full review

Lake Francis Case, South Dakota, USA: Shore View Lake Francis Case

Lake Francis Case

(South Dakota, USA)

95,000 acres

540 miles of shoreline

1,350 feet above sea level

Lake Francis Case, one of the most popular recreation spots in the Great Plains, is located along the Missouri River in south-central South Dakota. Lake Francis Case is one of four reservoirs constructed along the Missouri River in South Dakota; the other three are Lewis and Clark Lake, Lake Sharpe, and Lake Oahe. Stretching 107 miles from the community of Pickstown to Big Bend Dam near Fort Thompson, ... Read full review

Laguna Quilotoa, Ecuador: Turquoise Water of Laguna Quilotoa

Laguna Quilotoa

(Ecuador)

840 feet max. depth

11,483 feet above sea level

A special treat awaits travelers who venture off the beaten track to visit Laguna Quilotoa. This amazing turquoise lake lies in the caldera of a dormant volcano. The last major eruption occurred about 800 years ago, although there have been eruption-type events several times since then. The lake lies 1,300 feet below the rim of the collapsed dome and maintains a blue-green hue due to dissolved minerals ... Read full review

Skaneateles Lake, New York, USA: Boats under the Setting Sun on Skaneateles Lake

Skaneateles Lake

(New York, USA)

8,960 acres

31 miles of shoreline

315 feet max. depth

863 feet above sea level

Skaneateles Lake, pronounced "skany-atlas" or "skinny-atlas," is one of New York's famous Finger Lakes. Its name means "long lake" in one of the local Iroquois languages, and it reaches out over three counties: Cortland, Cayuga, and Onondaga. The lake sits at an elevation higher than the other Finger Lakes (approximately 863 feet). and is often called "The Roof Garden of the Lakes" Skaneateles ... Read full review

Hovey Lake, Indiana, USA: Hovey Lake Sunrise

Hovey Lake

(Indiana, USA)

1,400 acres

330 feet above sea level

At the tip of Indiana's 'big toe', hiding in the wild and swampy bends of the Ohio River, Hovey Lake holds a unique position in Indiana's public lands. Formed from an ancient river 'oxbow', Hovey Lake serves as a protected location for migrating waterfowl and a quiet fishing destination in South Indiana. Hovey Lake is the centerpiece of the 7,404-acre Hovey Lake Fish and Wildlife Area. Although officially ... Read full review

Dove Lake, Tasmania, Australia: Dove Lake Vista

Dove Lake

(Tasmania, Australia)

213 acres

4 miles of shoreline

3,081 feet above sea level

One of Tasmania's most popular natural destinations, Dove Lake greets visitors from around the world. This small glacial lake in the Cradle Mountain-Lake St. Clair National Park is one of the easiest destinations to reach and the starting point for many outback adventures. In contrast to much of the national park, Dove Lake is accessible by car. Many visitors come just to enjoy the Dove Lake Circuit, ... Read full review

Pine Lake, Michigan, USA: Sunset on Pine Lake

Pine Lake

(Michigan, USA)

660 acres

11 miles of shoreline

32 feet max. depth

892 feet above sea level

Located in rural Barry County, Michigan, Pine Lake is actually four lakes connected by small navigable channels. With Kalamazoo a short 30-mile drive to the south, Grand Rapids a 65-mile drive to the north, and Battle Creek 30 miles to the southeast, Pine Lake offers a tranquil retreat from the busy pace of city life. The land surrounding 660-acre Pine Lake is typical of the low, rolling plains found ... Read full review

Tappan Lake, Ohio, USA: Tappan Lake Autumn

Tappan Lake

(Ohio, USA)

2,350 acres

47 miles of shoreline

24 feet max. depth

899 feet above sea level

Tappan Lake is a 2,350-acre reservoir in Northeast Ohio, one of a series of lakes managed by the Muskingum Watershed Conservancy District. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers created the lake in 1936 with construction of a dam across the Little Stillwater Creek. Tappan Lake controlled flooding along the Muskingum River as part of the Ohio-Mississippi Flood Control Program. There are ten permanent dams ... Read full review

Lake Cannon, Florida, USA: Beautiful Lake Cannon Sunset

Lake Cannon

(Florida, USA)

336 acres

146 feet above sea level

If you use your imagination, Lake Cannon's large and circular shape somewhat resembles a one-dimensional cannonball; however, this is simply coincidental. Dr. John Westcott, a pious Episcopalian, first surveyed this body of water and its surroundings back in 1849. He originally called this sparkling beauty "Lake Canon" with one 'n,' in reference to the Bible. The lake was much larger back then, as ... Read full review

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