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Schroon Lake, New York, USA: Night View of Schroon Lake

Schroon Lake

(New York, USA)

416 acres

25 miles of shoreline

152 feet max. depth

869 feet above sea level

Whether you are looking for relaxation in a peaceful, countryside location or four-season outdoor adventure, Schroon Lake is an exciting lake resort area nestled in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains of New York state. Located in Essex and Warren Counties, the Township of Schroon Lake and the hamlet of Adirondack border the lake. Lakefront cabin rentals, campgrounds and bed and breakfast inns offer ... Read full review

Schroon Lake, New York, USA: Night View of Schroon Lake

Schroon Lake

(New York, USA)

416 acres

25 miles of shoreline

152 feet max. depth

869 feet above sea level

Whether you are looking for relaxation in a peaceful, countryside location or four-season outdoor adventure, Schroon Lake is an exciting lake resort area nestled in the beautiful Adirondack Mountains of New York state. Located in Essex and Warren Counties, the Township of Schroon Lake and the hamlet of Adirondack border the lake. Lakefront cabin rentals, campgrounds and bed and breakfast inns offer ... Read full review

Devils Lake, Michigan, USA: Sunset at Devils Lake

Devils Lake

(Michigan, USA)

1,330 acres

10 miles of shoreline

63 feet max. depth

1,050 feet above sea level

Devils Lake is a 1,330-acre recreational lake in southeastern Michigan near the Ohio border. Devils Lake lies in a region that was once inhabited by a Native American tribe known as the Potawatomi. According to legend, the lake was named by a Potawatomi leader who believed that the waters were inhabited by evil spirits when his daughter drowned in the lake and her body was never recovered. Pioneer ... Read full review

Broken Bow Lake, Oklahoma, USA: View from campsite in Beaver's Bend to Broken Bow Lake.

Broken Bow Lake

(Oklahoma, USA)

14,220 acres

180 miles of shoreline

185 feet max. depth

602 feet above sea level

Broken Bow Lake is nestled in the Ouachita Mountains of McCurtain County in southeastern Oklahoma. Covering more than 14,200 acres with 180 miles of shoreline, 22-mile long Broken Bow Lake is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the southern United States. The area is referred to as Oklahoma's "Little Smokies" due to the densely forested mountainous terrain. The Broken Bow Lake area is ... Read full review

Lake Thun, Bern, Switzerland: Across Thunersee

Lake Thun

(Bern, Switzerland)

11,935 acres

712 feet max. depth

1,831 feet above sea level

Lying just north of the Alps in Switzerland's Bern Region, Lake Thun is a favorite destination among holiday-makers. Reflecting the majestic Alpine peaks of Eiger, Monch and Jungfrau, the lake is locally known as Thunersee. The area offers the best of varied Swiss terrain and provides an infinite variety of activities for the holiday-minded visitor. The well-known international flavor of Interlaken ... Read full review

Meduxnekeag Lake, Maine, USA: July Sunset at Drews Lake

Meduxnekeag Lake

(Maine, USA)

1,144 acres

17 miles of shoreline

49 feet max. depth

484 feet above sea level

For the perfect Northern Maine hideaway, there's nothing better than Meduxnekeag Lake in Aroostook County. Also called Drew's Lake, Meduxnekeag was created in 1947 when a small dam was built across the headwaters of the Meduxnekeag River. The resulting impoundment is 1,144 acres of inviting water, wooded scenery and wild nature. Private except for a public boat launch on the eastern bay, the lake ... Read full review

Cedar Lake, Illinois, USA: Cedar Lake

Cedar Lake

(Illinois, USA)

1,750 acres

30 miles of shoreline

40 feet max. depth

432 feet above sea level

Cedar Lake is located at the edge of the Shawnee National Forest in southern Illinois. This 1,750-acre reservoir was created by the City of Carbondale in 1974 by building a dam to impound Cedar Creek, a tributary of the Big Muddy River. Although the primary purpose of Cedar Lake is to provide water to the residents of Carbondale, this scenic reservoir provides recreational opportunities to visitors ... Read full review

Lake Bled, Slovenia: Panoramic View of Lake Bled

Lake Bled

(Slovenia)

358 acres

4 miles of shoreline

101 feet max. depth

1,558 feet above sea level

Lake Bled, in the majestic Julian Alps, is a fairytale vision come to life. This small glacial lake, crowned with a picture-book island, is a vacation destination worth planning for. The jewels in its crown are Bled Castle, overlooking the turquoise lake from a craggy cliff, and the Church of the Assumption, commanding the island. These well restored medieval edifices anchor the City of Bled midway ... Read full review

Pewaukee Lake, Wisconsin, USA: Boat View of Pewaukee Lake

Pewaukee Lake

(Wisconsin, USA)

2,493 acres

45 feet max. depth

853 feet above sea level

Named from the Potawatomi word "Pee-wauk-ee-wee-nick" for "lake of shells," Pewaukee Lake is a beautiful spring-fed lake. Just 20 miles from Milwaukee in Waukesha County, it is a great place to boat, swim and fish and an easy weekend getaway. In 1838 Asa Clark built a dam and sawmill on the Pewaukee River. The dam flooded a wetland and the existing Snail Lake joining the two bodies of water into ... Read full review

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