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Lake Quinsigamond, Massachusetts, USA: Lake Quinsigamond Rowing Regatta

Lake Quinsigamond

(Massachusetts, USA)

781 acres

85 feet max. depth

365 feet above sea level

Worcester, Massachusetts is well known for many things: John Adams taught school here before becoming the second President of the United States. Songwriter Cole Porter attended Worcester Academy. Before English settlers named the town after its counterpart in Worcester, England, Native Americans called it Qunnosuogamaug or "fishing place for pickerel (or long nose)". The lake that borders the western ... Read full review

Lake Quinsigamond, Massachusetts, USA: Lake Quinsigamond Rowing Regatta

Lake Quinsigamond

(Massachusetts, USA)

781 acres

85 feet max. depth

365 feet above sea level

Worcester, Massachusetts is well known for many things: John Adams taught school here before becoming the second President of the United States. Songwriter Cole Porter attended Worcester Academy. Before English settlers named the town after its counterpart in Worcester, England, Native Americans called it Qunnosuogamaug or "fishing place for pickerel (or long nose)". The lake that borders the western ... Read full review

Lake Paijanna, Finland: City of Jyvaskyla Lake Views

Lake Paijanna

(Finland)

271,816 acres

708 miles of shoreline

322 feet max. depth

256 feet above sea level

Lake Paijanne is the second largest lake in Finland and probably the most popular with holiday makers. Located only a couple of hours from Helsinki, Lake Paijanne is the main lake on the Lake Paijanne water route in central Finland's Lakeland Region. The nearly 300,000-acre lake provides water supply to nearly one million people in the Helsinki area via a 75-mile tunnel. The deepest lake in Finland, ... Read full review

Lake Carezza, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy: Lake Carezza Framed by Dolomites

Lake Carezza

(Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy)

9 acres

1 miles of shoreline

56 feet max. depth

4,984 feet above sea level

Often called 'The Pearl of the Dolomites', Lake Carezza is one of the must-see sights in the Trentino-Alto Adige region of northern Italy. Located at the foot of the Latemar Massif, the smallest group of peaks in the Dolomites, the towering, snow-capped peaks are reflected in the small pool of water called Lago di Carezza in Italian and Karersee in German. The name means 'the caress' in Italian, and ... Read full review

Jordanelle Reservoir, Utah, USA: Panorama at 9500 Feet: Jordanelle Reservoir

Jordanelle Reservoir

(Utah, USA)

3,300 acres

25 miles of shoreline

292 feet max. depth

6,166 feet above sea level

Jordanelle Reservoir is one of the newest reservoirs in Utah. The Jordanelle Dam was constructed on the Provo River by the Bureau of Reclamation in 1992, and the reservoir filled to capacity in 1995. Its construction caused a few headaches - highway US 40 had to be moved, and two towns were flooded. Both Hailstone and Keetley, Utah were completely submerged by the construction of the Jordanelle Dam. ... Read full review

Lake Washington, Florida, USA: St. Johns River Airboat

Lake Washington

(Florida, USA)

4,362 acres

3 miles of shoreline

15 feet max. depth

16 feet above sea level

Even in a state with thousands of lakes, Lake Washington stands out. This lake, one of three large lakes along the Saint Johns River Upper Basin, is one of the few in Florida to be used for drinking water supply. Located near the Atlantic Coast in Florida's East Central tourism region, Lake Washington supplies most of the water for the City of Melbourne. Because of the lake's importance both ecologically ... Read full review

Grindstone Lake, Wisconsin, USA: Dawn at Grindstne Lake

Grindstone Lake

(Wisconsin, USA)

3,111 acres

61 feet max. depth

1,287 feet above sea level

Named for the Chippewa word "gajigwanabikokag" meaning grindstone, Grindstone Lake has beautiful, clean water and some exceptionally large fish. Near Hayward and the Town of Bass in Sawyer County Wisconsin, Grindstone Lake is part of the Hayward Lakes that includes Lac Court Oreilles, Round Lake, and nearby Lake Chippewa. With over 50,000 acres of water, the recreation opportunities in Sawyer County ... Read full review

Achensee, Tyrol, Austria: Sailing at Achensee

Achensee

(Tyrol, Austria)

1,680 acres

13 miles of shoreline

436 feet max. depth

3,051 feet above sea level

Often called the Tyrolean Fjord, Achensee is the largest lake in Austria's western Tyrol province. Lake Achensee lies 30 miles northeast of Innsbruck and approximately 15 miles south of the German border. Surrounded by snow-capped peaks, lush green forests and alpine meadows, the lake extends for six miles down the scenic Achen valley. Include charming lakeside communities and an endless selection ... Read full review

Mirror Lake, New York, USA: Floats on Mirror Lake

Mirror Lake

(New York, USA)

128 acres

3 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

1,857 feet above sea level

Mirror Lake is located in the High Peaks area of New York's Adirondacks, just south of the more famous Lake Placid. The Village of Lake Placid surrounds Mirror Lake, with the famed Lake Placid Olympic Center Complex a short distance from the shore. A vital part of the resort community, Mirror Lake's 128 acres of serene water serve as a backdrop for a number of exquisite lakefront properties and the ... Read full review

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