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Hauser Lake, Idaho, USA: Shore View of Hauser Lake

Hauser Lake

(Idaho, USA)

625 acres

40 feet max. depth

2,187 feet above sea level

Hauser Lake is located at the southernmost edge of the Selkirk Mountains in northern Idaho. Like many lakes in the Panhandle area, Hauser Lake was formed by ancient floods that deposited massive amounts of glacial debris in and around the mountain valleys, damming streams and forming the crystal-clear lakes that boaters and anglers enjoy today. Just 15 miles northwest of the picturesque city of Coeur ... Read full review

Hauser Lake, Idaho, USA: Shore View of Hauser Lake

Hauser Lake

(Idaho, USA)

625 acres

40 feet max. depth

2,187 feet above sea level

Hauser Lake is located at the southernmost edge of the Selkirk Mountains in northern Idaho. Like many lakes in the Panhandle area, Hauser Lake was formed by ancient floods that deposited massive amounts of glacial debris in and around the mountain valleys, damming streams and forming the crystal-clear lakes that boaters and anglers enjoy today. Just 15 miles northwest of the picturesque city of Coeur ... Read full review

Lake Owassa, New Jersey, USA: Aerial View of Lake Owassa

Lake Owassa

(New Jersey, USA)

275 acres

4 miles of shoreline

24 feet max. depth

866 feet above sea level

A privately-owned association lake, Lake Owassa is located in Sussex County in the Culvers Gap Area of the Skyland Region. The lake is only 275-acres with its deepest point being 24 feet. First known as "Long Pond" in an original verified deed dated 1693, the lake name was changed to Lake Owassa in 1903 after Reverand Lloyd of the Branchville Presbyterian Church wrote a poem about the history of the ... Read full review

Mummelsee, Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany: Winter at Mummelsee

Mummelsee

(Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany)

9 acres

56 feet max. depth

3,399 feet above sea level

Legends swirl around Mummelsee (see=lake) in the northern Black Forest. The Black Forest, in Germany's Baden-Wurttemberg region, is a land of fairy tales and enchanted forests, and Mummelsee is a small jewel tucked away in the midst of the mystical land. Stories tell of the King of Mummelsee and his water nymphs that live in the lake. Quiet during the day, the king and nymphs are said to rise to ... Read full review

Lake Vanern: Sailing Over Lake Vanern

Lake Vanern

(Dalsland, Sweden - Vastergotland, Sweden - Varmland, Sweden)

1,396,146 acres

337 miles of shoreline

348 feet max. depth

145 feet above sea level

Swimming, sailing, pleasure cruises - Lake Vanern has them all. This ancient lake is the largest lake in Sweden and the third largest in Europe, spanning almost 1,400,000 acres. Formed when the last ice age retreated, the lake has existed since about 5600 B.C. Originally, the lake covered Sweden completely, finally retreating to near its current size as the earth rebounded from the weight of the ice. ... Read full review

Pontiac Lake, Michigan, USA: Pontiac Lake Sunset

Pontiac Lake

(Michigan, USA)

585 acres

11 miles of shoreline

34 feet max. depth

963 feet above sea level

Long a recreational playground in southeast Michigan, Pontiac Lake never fails to enchant visitors. The lake was created in 1927 when the state built a dam across the Huron River to enlarge small Lime Lake. Pontiac Lake was planned from the beginning to provide water recreation to residents in the Pontiac area. Only seven miles from downtown Pontiac, the lake soon was providing swimming, fishing ... Read full review

Bras d'Or Lake, Nova Scotia, Canada: Lighthouse at Bras d'Or Lake

Bras d'Or Lake

(Nova Scotia, Canada)

271,569 acres

918 feet max. depth

0 feet above sea level

Bras d'Or Lake (or lakes as some people prefer) is a very large somewhat unique water body in central Cape Breton Island, part of Nova Scotia Province in Canada. The 424-square-mile lake is nestled between forested hills with many scenic coves and lovely hideaways for the boater. Little commercial development exists and as a touring area (both by boat and auto), Bras d'Or Lake is superb. The 'National ... Read full review

Lake Aeroflex, New Jersey, USA: Kittatinny Valley Vista

Lake Aeroflex

(New Jersey, USA)

103 acres

4 miles of shoreline

110 feet max. depth

528 feet above sea level

Tucked away within New Jersey's Skylands region, Lake Aeroflex is the crown jewel of the Kittatinny Valley State Park. Sometimes called New Wawayanda Lake, Aeroflex is considered the deepest natural lake in the State of New Jersey. That distinction brings with it some benefits as a fishery, as the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife has chosen Lake Aeroflex as one of only two lakes in the state ... Read full review

Lake Sacajawea, Washington, USA: Ice Harbor Dam at Lake Sacajawea

Lake Sacajawea

(Washington, USA)

9,200 acres

83 miles of shoreline

440 feet above sea level

Named after the Shoshone woman, Sacajawea, who was a member of the Lewis and Clark expedition, Lake Sacajawea is located in south-central Washington. Lake Sacajawea, a 32 mile long reservoir behind Ice Harbor Dam, began filling on November 28, 1961 and was completed in April 1962. The Ice Harbor Dam area is a multi-purpose facility dedicated on May, 9, 1962 by Vice President Lyndon Johnson. There ... Read full review

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