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Lake Naivasha, Rift Valley, Kenya: Yellow-Billed Stork

Lake Naivasha

(Rift Valley, Kenya)

32,620 acres

100 feet max. depth

6,180 feet above sea level

Rare in Kenya's east Rift Valley, Lake Naivasha is the country's second largest freshwater lake. Long the traditional territory of the Maasai people, Lake Naivasha became popular in the colonial era as the playground of the English. Agreements with the native people gave colonial ranchers rights to most of the shoreline of the 32,000-acre lake, and the surface served as a landing field for the 'flying ... Read full review

Lake Naivasha, Rift Valley, Kenya: Yellow-Billed Stork

Lake Naivasha

(Rift Valley, Kenya)

32,620 acres

100 feet max. depth

6,180 feet above sea level

Rare in Kenya's east Rift Valley, Lake Naivasha is the country's second largest freshwater lake. Long the traditional territory of the Maasai people, Lake Naivasha became popular in the colonial era as the playground of the English. Agreements with the native people gave colonial ranchers rights to most of the shoreline of the 32,000-acre lake, and the surface served as a landing field for the 'flying ... Read full review

Lake Quinault, Washington, USA: Mist Over Lake Quinault

Lake Quinault

(Washington, USA)

3,729 acres

12 miles of shoreline

240 feet max. depth

190 feet above sea level

Located in northwest Washington's Olympic Peninsula tourism region, Lake Quinault is a clear, deep lake lying just west of the Olympic Mountains. Twelve miles of shoreline enclose this majestic 3,700-acre lake, and the surrounding area is bursting with fascinating things to see and do. For nature lovers, miles of trails with interpretive signs take visitors past cascading waterfalls, trees of ... Read full review

Acton Lake, Ohio, USA: Acton Lake at Dusk

Acton Lake

(Ohio, USA)

625 acres

9 miles of shoreline

26 feet max. depth

664 feet above sea level

Acton Lake, In the Southwest region of Ohio, has provided recreation opportunities to generations of visitors in the 50 years since it was created. Only a few short miles from the Indiana state line, the facilities at Acton Reservoir draw fishermen and campers from several surrounding states. Home to the Hueston Sailing Association and crew training lake for Miami University, Acton Lake has been ... Read full review

Lake McQueeney, Texas, USA: Wakeboarding at Lake McQueeney

Lake McQueeney

(Texas, USA)

396 acres

25 miles of shoreline

40 feet max. depth

529 feet above sea level

Located in the Guadalupe River watershed, Lake McQueeney is about 7 miles southeast of New Braunfels in the Prairies and Lakes Region of Texas. Managed by the Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority since 1963, Lake McQueeney was constructed in 1928 to provide hydroelectric power to the area. The lake's prominent feature is Treasure Island, a residential area in the center of the lake. The Treasure Island ... Read full review

Sebasticook Lake, Maine, USA: Sunset on Sebasticook Lake

Sebasticook Lake

(Maine, USA)

4,288 acres

28 miles of shoreline

50 feet max. depth

200 feet above sea level

The fertile waters of Sebasticook Lake have drawn people to its shores since prehistoric times. This Maine Highlands lake is the site of one of the oldest dated fishing weirs, a series of stakes used by ancient fishermen to herd fish into a cluster for easy capture. The stakes, discovered in 1992, are estimated to date back 5.800 years. The Fish Weir display, representing the town of Newport's Native ... Read full review

Lookout Shoals Lake, North Carolina, USA: Lookout Shoals Lake Dam and Power Station

Lookout Shoals Lake

(North Carolina, USA)

1,305 acres

27 miles of shoreline

838 feet above sea level

Lookout Shoals Lake is a lakefront living gem in North Carolina's Piedmont region. The 1,300-acre reservoir is known affectionately as Lake Lookout to the many residents who live in the area's gated communities. Created along the Catawba River between Lake Hickory and Lake Norman, the reservoir's main purpose is hydropower generation. Now, it is also being eyed as a major source of water for the City ... Read full review

Lake Michigan-Huron: Ship Through Straits of Mackinac

Lake Michigan-Huron

(Ontario, Canada - Great Lakes - Illinois, USA - Indiana, USA - Michigan, USA - Wisconsin, USA)

29,062,400 acres

5,463 miles of shoreline

923 feet max. depth

577 feet above sea level

Lake Michigan and Lake Huron - two of North America's Great Lakes - are contiguous and they share the same elevation of 577 feet above sea level. They are connected by the five-mile-wide Straits of Mackinac. Hydrologically, this makes these "two lakes" a single lake. Some hydrologists designate the combined entity of Lake Michigan and Lake Huron as "Lake Michigan-Huron." We list the combined ... Read full review

Belton Lake, Texas, USA: Scenic View of Belton Lake

Belton Lake

(Texas, USA)

12,385 acres

136 miles of shoreline

124 feet max. depth

594 feet above sea level

Imposing bluffs stand tall in the Texas wind, as if serenely surveying Belton Lake's calm, clear waters. An osprey spreads its wings from atop the bluff, gathering speed while descending into one of the lake's many curling coves. Boaters, kayakers, anglers and sunbathers glance upwards to watch the osprey's smooth flight, resuming their activities once the bird melts into the surrounding trees. Belton ... Read full review

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