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Pushkar Lake, Rajasthan, India: Pushkar Lakefront Temple

Pushkar Lake

(Rajasthan, India)

54 acres

1 miles of shoreline

33 feet max. depth

1,740 feet above sea level

Pushkar Lake is one of the most sacred lakes in India. Located in the Rajasthan state of western India, Pushkar Lake has been declared a heritage monument by the Indian government and is the site of an annual holy pilgrimage dating back many hundreds of years. Also called Pushkar Sarovar, the origins of the partially-artificial lake are buried within a mythological and religious history. The lake ... Read full review

Pushkar Lake, Rajasthan, India: Pushkar Lakefront Temple

Pushkar Lake

(Rajasthan, India)

54 acres

1 miles of shoreline

33 feet max. depth

1,740 feet above sea level

Pushkar Lake is one of the most sacred lakes in India. Located in the Rajasthan state of western India, Pushkar Lake has been declared a heritage monument by the Indian government and is the site of an annual holy pilgrimage dating back many hundreds of years. Also called Pushkar Sarovar, the origins of the partially-artificial lake are buried within a mythological and religious history. The lake ... Read full review

Minneapolis Chain of Lakes, Minnesota, USA: Lake Calhoun Shoreline & Sailboats

Minneapolis Chain of Lakes

(Minnesota, USA)

1,100 acres

855 feet above sea level

The Minneapolis Chain of Lakes is an urban recreation gem of five lakes: Lake Harriet, Lake Calhoun, Lake of the Isles, Cedar Lake, and Brownie Lake. Together, the group of lakes and their associated park land create over 1500 acres of urban park, with nearly 1100 acres of water surface. A 13-mile system of walking and biking trails connects the five lakes. In addition, channels dug between the northernmost ... Read full review

Coniston Water, England, United Kingdom: Gondola at Coniston Water

Coniston Water

(England, United Kingdom)

1,210 acres

13 miles of shoreline

184 feet max. depth

143 feet above sea level

Coniston Water is in England's Lake District, its spectacular landscapes making it an impressive tourist attraction in its own right. However, Coniston Water has an infamous history that makes it an even more interesting holiday location: Several water-based speed records were set and broken here during the 20th century. Most notably, Sir Malcolm Campbell set a speed record in 1939 in his Bluebird ... Read full review

Chena Lake, Alaska, USA: Dam at  Chena Lake

Chena Lake

(Alaska, USA)

259 acres

38 feet max. depth

489 feet above sea level

If Santa Claus goes fishing, it's at Chena Lake. The small lake on the outskirts of North Pole, Alaska is a very accessible fishery and recreation spot that draws both outdoor and Christmas enthusiasts alike. Chena Lake is an important part of the much larger Chena River Lakes Project. The project is the northernmost flood control project by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and the ... Read full review

Lost Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Shore View of Lost Lake

Lost Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

42 acres

75 feet max. depth

2,263 feet above sea level

Surrounded by lush evergreen forests and spectacular mountain views, Lost Lake is a secluded lake near Whistler, British Columbia, Canada which is an internationally known top ski resort area. Until 1877, the area around Lost Lake was occupied for centuries by the Coast Salish First Nations. In 1877, the area was opened to settlements and soon a steady flow of trappers and prospectors traveled ... Read full review

Gull Lake, Michigan, USA: Morning on Gull Lake

Gull Lake

(Michigan, USA)

2,030 acres

19 miles of shoreline

110 feet max. depth

880 feet above sea level

Gull Lake is a picturesque 2,030-acre natural lake in southwestern Michigan. The lake most likely got its name from the large number of seagulls that occasionally fly inland from Lake Michigan. Gull Lake is conveniently located just 11 miles from Kalamazoo, home of Western Michigan University, and 13 miles from Battle Creek, home of the Kellogg Company. Dimensions of Gull Lake measure about five miles ... Read full review

Lake Jacomo, Missouri, USA: Sailboat Dock at Lake Jacomo

Lake Jacomo

(Missouri, USA)

970 acres

19 miles of shoreline

834 feet above sea level

Fifty years old and going strong would be a good motto for artificial Lake Jacomo. Located about 15 miles east of Kansas City in the Northwest Missouri region, Lake Jacomo was created for recreation and does the job with a flair. Located near Lee's Summit, Missouri, Lake Jacomo was more than 20 years in the planning stages but finally began construction in the mid-1950s. So great was the anticipation ... Read full review

Otisco Lake, New York, USA: Fields of Green on Otisco Lake

Otisco Lake

(New York, USA)

2,214 acres

13 miles of shoreline

76 feet max. depth

788 feet above sea level

Approximately 20 miles southwest of Syracuse, New York, Otisco Lake is the easternmost of the 11 Finger Lakes. Just under six miles long, 3/4 miles across at its widest point, and 60 feet deep at its deepest point, it is seventh in size among the Finger Lakes. It is fed at the southern end by Spafford Creek, Amber Brook, Rice Brook, and Willow Brook. Its northern outflow feeds Onondaga Lake by way ... Read full review

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