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Allegheny Reservoir: Scenic View of Allegheny Reservoir

Allegheny Reservoir

(New York, USA - Pennsylvania, USA)

12,080 acres

91 miles of shoreline

132 feet max. depth

1,328 feet above sea level

Flowing across tree-covered hills in northwestern Pennsylvania and southwestern New York, the Allegheny Reservoir's 12,080 acres provide an open invitation to enjoy and explore the great outdoors. Located in Warren and McKean Counties, Allegheny Reservoir is part of the Pennsylvania Wilds Tourism Region. Cross the state line into New York, and you find the Allegheny Reservoir in historic Cattaraugus ... Read full review

Allegheny Reservoir: Scenic View of Allegheny Reservoir

Allegheny Reservoir

(New York, USA - Pennsylvania, USA)

12,080 acres

91 miles of shoreline

132 feet max. depth

1,328 feet above sea level

Flowing across tree-covered hills in northwestern Pennsylvania and southwestern New York, the Allegheny Reservoir's 12,080 acres provide an open invitation to enjoy and explore the great outdoors. Located in Warren and McKean Counties, Allegheny Reservoir is part of the Pennsylvania Wilds Tourism Region. Cross the state line into New York, and you find the Allegheny Reservoir in historic Cattaraugus ... Read full review

Maligne Lake, Alberta, Canada: Maligne Lake Tour Boats

Maligne Lake

(Alberta, Canada)

4,870 acres

28 miles of shoreline

315 feet max. depth

5,479 feet above sea level

With a name derived from the French word for wicked or evil, Alberta's Maligne Lake (pronounced muh-leen) offers a contradictory scenic and serene face. Located within Canada's Jasper National Park, remote Maligne Lake shares its name with a nearby mountain range and the Maligne River. So named by Father Pierre-Jean De Smet in the mid 1800s, the title was likely originally bestowed to indicate the ... Read full review

Great Salt Lake, Utah, USA: Great Salt Lake Beach

Great Salt Lake

(Utah, USA)

1,088,000 acres

10,000 miles of shoreline

33 feet max. depth

4,200 feet above sea level

Sometimes called "America's Dead Sea," the Great Salt Lake occupies approximately 1,700 square miles of Utah's real estate. It is the second largest lake (by surface area) that is wholly contained within the USA; only Lake Michigan is larger. Great Salt Lake boasts the USA's longest lake shoreline - about 10,000 miles. Great Salt Lake is the largest remnant of the prehistoric Lake Bonneville, and ... Read full review

Geist Reservoir, Indiana, USA: Geist Trail View

Geist Reservoir

(Indiana, USA)

1,890 acres

35 miles of shoreline

48 feet max. depth

785 feet above sea level

Originally built in 1944 as a water supply reservoir for Indianapolis, Geist Reservoir has become a much desired place to live. The City of Indianapolis controls the dam that is located on Fall Creek providing drinking water as well as regulating the water levels. Geist Lake is located in the counties of Hamilton and Marion and with close proximity to Indianapolis and Fishers, lake residents or ... Read full review

Pink Lakes, Victoria, Australia: Pink Salt Lakes

Pink Lakes

(Victoria, Australia)

280 acres

2 miles of shoreline

118 feet above sea level

Pink Lakes are the focal point of Murray-Sunset National Park, drawing thousands of visitors every year. The lakes do not offer sandy beaches, boating or fishing. What they do offer are spectacular pink hues, best seen at sunrise and sunset. The Pink Lakes are some of Australia's most photographed natural features. The four lakes - Lake Crosbie, Lake Becking, Lake Hardy and Lake Kenyon - all lie ... Read full review

Mayfield Lake, Washington, USA: Mayfield Lake Panoramic

Mayfield Lake

(Washington, USA)

2,200 acres

34 miles of shoreline

190 feet max. depth

Mayfield Lake is cradled in the foothills of the Cascades in Lewis County, Washington. This 2,200-acre reservoir is conveniently located close to Mount St. Helens (about 60 miles southeast of the lake), Olympia and the Puget Sound (60 miles northwest), and Vancouver and the Columbia River (90 miles to the south). It sits near the border of the Seattle/Puget Sound and Southwest tourism regions. Mayfield ... Read full review

Loch Tay, Scotland, United Kingdom: Boat View of Loch Tay

Loch Tay

(Scotland, United Kingdom)

6,528 acres

508 feet max. depth

355 feet above sea level

Loch Tay is a long and narrow natural lake in the central Scottish Highlands that extends southwest to northeast in the country's Central and Perthshire regions. Loch Tay is a wonderful choice for travelers looking for a less developed vacation area. There are several small villages bordering the lake, including Fearnan and Lawers along the north shore and Acharn, Ardeonaig and Ardtalnaig along the ... Read full review

Lesser Slave Lake, Alberta, Canada: Winter at Lesser Slave Lake

Lesser Slave Lake

(Alberta, Canada)

288,640 acres

153 miles of shoreline

67 feet max. depth

1,893 feet above sea level

Located 236 miles northwest of Edmonton in Alberta, Canada, Lesser Slave Lake's more than 280,000 surface acres present a wonderful scenic recreational jewel for the Province. The Lake is one of a few accessible by auto, surrounded by forests. The town of Slave Lake sits on the eastern edge. Lesser Slave Lake is entirely within Alberta and is the second largest lake contained wholly within the ... Read full review

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