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Don Pedro Lake, California, USA: Marina at Don Pedro Lake

Don Pedro Lake

(California, USA)

12,900 acres

160 miles of shoreline

804 feet above sea level

Don Pedro Lake, also known as Don Pedro Reservoir and Lake Don Pedro, is nestled into the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. With a surface area of nearly 13,000 acres, Lake Don Pedro is the fifth largest reservoir according to capacity in California. Today, it is used for agricultural irrigation, drinking water, hydropower generation, and the incredible recreation choices that it offers visitors. ... Read full review

Don Pedro Lake, California, USA: Marina at Don Pedro Lake

Don Pedro Lake

(California, USA)

12,900 acres

160 miles of shoreline

804 feet above sea level

Don Pedro Lake, also known as Don Pedro Reservoir and Lake Don Pedro, is nestled into the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. With a surface area of nearly 13,000 acres, Lake Don Pedro is the fifth largest reservoir according to capacity in California. Today, it is used for agricultural irrigation, drinking water, hydropower generation, and the incredible recreation choices that it offers visitors. ... Read full review

Echo Reservoir, Utah, USA: Ice Fishing Echo Reservoir 2008

Echo Reservoir

(Utah, USA)

1,394 acres

10 miles of shoreline

110 feet max. depth

5,560 feet above sea level

Echo Reservoir sits almost smack in the middle of the countryside between Salt Lake City and the Utah/Wyoming border. It's hard to miss, as Interstate 80 runs right along its shore for about 3 miles. It was created in the early 1930s to help retain the water that thawed from the nearby Uintas Mountains and subsequently caused overflow of the reservoir's sole tributary - the Weber River. It was one ... Read full review

Man Sagar Lake, Rajasthan, India: Jal Mahal Palace at Night

Man Sagar Lake

(Rajasthan, India)

300 acres

3 miles of shoreline

15 feet max. depth

1,350 feet above sea level

One of the modern wonders of lake restoration, Man Sagar Lake has been rejuvenated. The ongoing question is, will the newly-refurbished lake remain pristine or will it again be allowed to degrade? The man-made reservoir located in the Indian state of Rajasthan originated in the 16th century when, after a serious drought, the ruler of Amir built a dam across the Darbhawati River. Water collecting in ... Read full review

Moosehead Lake, Maine, USA: Sunset at Moosehead Lake

Moosehead Lake

(Maine, USA)

75,471 acres

281 miles of shoreline

246 feet max. depth

1,029 feet above sea level

Moosehead Lake, nestled in the Longfellow Mountains in the Maine Highlands Region, is the largest lake in Maine. It has an elevation of 1,023 feet, boasts nearly 300 miles of shoreline, covers an impressive 120 square miles (about 75,000 acres) and stretches 40 miles long by 10 miles wide. Moosehead Lake contains more than 80 islands, the largest of which is Sugar Island. Moosehead Lake is a natural ... Read full review

Green Lakes, New York, USA: Green Lake Autumn

Green Lakes

(New York, USA)

63 acres

2 miles of shoreline

195 feet max. depth

418 feet above sea level

Two little-known lakes in the Finger Lakes region of New York offer a geological mystery inviting the attention of scientists around the world. Green Lakes State Park holds small Green Lake and even smaller Round Lake. These two lakes are both extremely deep for their surface size, leading scientists to believe they are the remains of waterfall 'plunge-pools' from the melting of the last glaciers ... Read full review

Bafa Lake, Turkey: Lake Bafa Sunset

Bafa Lake

(Turkey)

16,951 acres

35 miles of shoreline

82 feet max. depth

7 feet above sea level

Bafa Lake has been eyewitness to history since before mankind began recording it. This lake in western Turkey was once a bay of the Gulf of Miletus on the Aegean Sea. Cave paintings in the mountains towering above the ancient harbor of Latmos Heraclea have been dated as originating 5000-6000 BC. According to Greek mythology, it was here in these mountains that the moon goddess Selene fell in love ... Read full review

Lac Saint-Jean, Quebec, Canada: Moon Over Lac Saint-Jean

Lac Saint-Jean

(Quebec, Canada)

260,201 acres

83 miles of shoreline

207 feet max. depth

322 feet above sea level

Follow Quebec's Saguenay River to Lake Saint John and you will follow a path carved by time and the impressive power of nature. The two waterways are the premiere features of the Saguenay - Lac-Saint Jean Tourism Region. Located in south-central Quebec, the region includes approximately 25 million acres of rivers, lakes, forests, mountains and plains. Visitors find a mix of dramatic scenery, hydroelectric ... Read full review

Spider Lake, Michigan, USA: Spider Lake late summer 2013

Spider Lake

(Michigan, USA)

459 acres

32 feet max. depth

866 feet above sea level

With more than 50 lakes in Grand Traverse County alone, Michigan is a wonderful state for lake lovers to explore. Spider Lake, in the Northwest tourism region of Michigan, is a freshwater inland lake with a reputation for great fishing and excellent recreational opportunities. The 459-acre lake is very clear, and in some of the more shallow sections it's common to be able to see the bottom of the ... Read full review

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