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Wild Horse Reservoir, Nevada, USA: Wild Horses, Owyhee Complex

Wild Horse Reservoir

(Nevada, USA)

2,830 acres

70 feet max. depth

6,205 feet above sea level

Wild Horse Reservoir, also known as Wildhorse Reservoir, is located along the Owyhee River in the deserts of northeastern Nevada near the Idaho border. The reservoir was originally built in 1937 to provide water storage for irrigation for the Duck Valley Indian Reservation. The original dam was replaced in 1969, increasing the size of the lake to its present 2,830 acres. The reservoir's distinctive ... Read full review

Wild Horse Reservoir, Nevada, USA: Wild Horses, Owyhee Complex

Wild Horse Reservoir

(Nevada, USA)

2,830 acres

70 feet max. depth

6,205 feet above sea level

Wild Horse Reservoir, also known as Wildhorse Reservoir, is located along the Owyhee River in the deserts of northeastern Nevada near the Idaho border. The reservoir was originally built in 1937 to provide water storage for irrigation for the Duck Valley Indian Reservation. The original dam was replaced in 1969, increasing the size of the lake to its present 2,830 acres. The reservoir's distinctive ... Read full review

Brainard Lakes, Colorado, USA: Brainard Lake Shoreline and Peaks

Brainard Lakes

(Colorado, USA)

14 acres

1 miles of shoreline

8 feet max. depth

10,360 feet above sea level

The Brainard Lakes are some of the most heavily visited lakes along Colorado's Front Range. Five small lakes lie within the Brainard Lakes Recreation Area in the east central Indian Peaks Wilderness area of the Roosevelt National Forest. Four of the five - Blue Lake, Mitchell Lake, Long Lake and Lake Isabelle - can only be reached on foot. Brainard Lake Road circles Brainard Lake and leads to Pawnee ... Read full review

Troy Lake, Ontario, Canada: Deck Views

Troy Lake

(Ontario, Canada)

4 miles of shoreline

341 feet above sea level

If you're looking for a quiet, lakefront cottage vacation, then Troy Lake is for you. Although Troy Lake is not physically connected to the historic Rideau Canal Waterway in eastern Ontario, it is considered part of the Rideau Lakes area. The lake is located less than three miles from Whitefish Lake and only five miles from the Jones Falls Locks, both of which are part of the Rideau Canal Waterway. ... Read full review

Raquette Lake, New York, USA: Raquette Lake Sunset

Raquette Lake

(New York, USA)

5,935 acres

99 miles of shoreline

95 feet max. depth

1,762 feet above sea level

Raquette Lake lies in the center of Adirondacks Park - a natural, unspoiled gem that draws nature enthusiasts from around the world. Raquette Lake (sometimes spelled Racquette Lake) is the largest natural lake in the Adirondacks, with nearly a hundred irregular miles of shoreline, 80% of which is owned by the State of New York. Conservation officials' commitment to keeping the lake in its natural ... Read full review

Arrowrock Reservoir, Idaho, USA: Arrowrock Dam Circa 1915

Arrowrock Reservoir

(Idaho, USA)

3,141 acres

60 miles of shoreline

3,260 feet above sea level

One in a string of three major reservoirs built to irrigate the parched Boise Valley, Arrowrock Reservoir has contributed to water recreation in southwestern Idaho for nearly a hundred years. Arrowrock Dam was the tallest concrete arch structure in the world at 348 feet when completed in 1915, a title it held until 1924. Located at the confluence of the main channel and the south fork of the Boise ... Read full review

Lake Tahoe: Shore View of Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

(California, USA - Nevada, USA)

122,000 acres

75 miles of shoreline

1,645 feet max. depth

6,225 feet above sea level

Tucked into the Sierra Nevada Mountains and straddling the California-Nevada state line, Lake Tahoe is one of the most famous lakes in the United States. It's the second deepest lake in the country (only Crater Lake in Oregon is deeper), and was home to the area's 1960 Squaw Valley Winter Olympics. Now a major recreational attraction, this 122,000-acre lake inspires with its beauty and entertains ... Read full review

Duck Lake, Washington, USA: Duck Lake shoreline

Duck Lake

(Washington, USA)

278 acres

23 miles of shoreline

30 feet max. depth

10 feet above sea level

Duck Lake is an unlikely candidate for one of the best fishing lakes in southwestern Washington but holds its own with the best of contenders! Located within the community of Ocean Shores on the Point Brown Peninsula in the Olympic Peninsula and Pacific Coast region of Washington, Duck Lake is a freshwater lake surrounded by oceans of salt water. Narrow Point Brown is less than a mile wide in most ... Read full review

Lake Karapiro, North Island, New Zealand: Shore View of Lake Karapiro

Lake Karapiro

(North Island, New Zealand)

1,920 acres

100 feet max. depth

170 feet above sea level

A 1,920-acre reservoir, Lake Karapiro is home to the New Zealand National Rowing teams. Located on the North Island of New Zealand in the Waikato Region, the lake is best known as a world-class rowing venue as well as host to other water sports events such as yachting, powerboating, and water skiing. A dam for the Karapiro Power Station at the Waikato River forms the lake, which was created to store ... Read full review

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