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Kezar Lake, Maine, USA: Boat View of Kezar Lake

Kezar Lake

(Maine, USA)

2,510 acres

155 feet max. depth

377 feet above sea level

Kezar Lake is set in wondrous scenery with the eastern shores facing New Hampshire's White Mountains Presidential Range. Crystal clear Kezar Lake is also one of the cleanest lakes in the State of Maine. The lake slices through the village of Lovell in the Mountains and Lakes region of western Maine, about 150 miles from Boston and 46 miles from the Portland, Maine airport. Some 850 locals are lightly ... Read full review

Kezar Lake, Maine, USA: Boat View of Kezar Lake

Kezar Lake

(Maine, USA)

2,510 acres

155 feet max. depth

377 feet above sea level

Kezar Lake is set in wondrous scenery with the eastern shores facing New Hampshire's White Mountains Presidential Range. Crystal clear Kezar Lake is also one of the cleanest lakes in the State of Maine. The lake slices through the village of Lovell in the Mountains and Lakes region of western Maine, about 150 miles from Boston and 46 miles from the Portland, Maine airport. Some 850 locals are lightly ... Read full review

Lake Wedowee, Alabama, USA: Scenic View at Lake Wedowee

Lake Wedowee

(Alabama, USA)

10,660 acres

271 miles of shoreline

135 feet max. depth

793 feet above sea level

Lake Wedowee, also known as the R. L. Harris Reservoir, is tucked in the foothills of the Talladega and Appalachian Mountains. The lake is an impoundment of the Little Tallapoosa River; the Tallapoosa River flows from the Appalachian Mountains in Georgia southwest into Alabama. It is the most recent of the 14 hydroelectric power sites controlled by Alabama Power. Construction on the R. L. Harris ... Read full review

Cranberry Lake, New York, USA: Panoramic View of Cranberry Lake from Bear Mountain

Cranberry Lake

(New York, USA)

6,995 acres

71 miles of shoreline

38 feet max. depth

The best of the Adirondacks is on full display at Cranberry Lake. Located near the edge of six-million-acre Adirondack Park, Cranberry Lake is one of the least developed lakes in the region. Although the Adirondacks are known as a resort area, the majority of the shoreline of Cranberry Lake is in state hands, and few of the former 'lodges' still exist. Instead, Cranberry Lake anchors thousands of ... Read full review

Lake Texoma: Spillway at High Water on Lake Texoma

Lake Texoma

(Oklahoma, USA - Texas, USA)

89,000 acres

580 miles of shoreline

100 feet max. depth

615 feet above sea level

An 89,000-acre jewel set into the landscape of Texas and Oklahoma, Lake Texoma is a sparkling wonder of deep blue water and beautiful green shores. With more than 6 million annual visitors, the lake is the second most popular in the United States, offering everything from water skiing to scenic nature hikes. Two-thirds of Lake Texoma lies in Oklahoma. Before the creation of Lake Texoma by the U.S. ... Read full review

Tygart Lake, West Virginia, USA: Pleasant Creek Wildlife Mangement Area View of Tygart Lake

Tygart Lake

(West Virginia, USA)

1,750 acres

31 miles of shoreline

134 feet max. depth

1,094 feet above sea level

The wilderness song of Tygart Lake calls to fishing enthusiasts, boaters, campers, hikers, writers and artisans. Located near the beautiful Appalachian town of Grafton, West Virginia, the lake's recreational offerings attract visitors from the Mountain State as well as from the surrounding states of Maryland, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Virginia. Tygart Lake was a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project ... Read full review

Lake Griffin, Florida, USA: Venetian Gardens Park, Leesburg

Lake Griffin

(Florida, USA)

9,428 acres

18 feet max. depth

59 feet above sea level

Headwaters of the Ocklawaha River, 9,500-acre Lake Griffin offers a bit of everything to Harris Chain of Lakes visitors. The long, shallow lake is the terminus of the chain which includes Lake Harris, Little Lake Harris, Lake Dora, Lake Beauclair, Lake Carlton, Lake Eustis and several canals. Mostly suitable for smaller boats, the Chain has heavy boating activity during nice water, including power ... Read full review

Eagle River Chain of Lakes, Wisconsin, USA: Otter Lake in Winter

Eagle River Chain of Lakes

(Wisconsin, USA)

11,528 acres

174 miles of shoreline

57 feet max. depth

The Eagle River Chain of Lakes in far northeastern Wisconsin is known to fishermen as prime Musky water, but the lakes are also a prime vacation destination for the entire family. The Eagle River Chain includes nine lakes that span 3,928 acres with 68 miles of shoreline: Catfish Lake, Voyageur Lake, Eagle Lake, Scattering Rice Lake, Otter Lake, Lynx Lake, Duck Lake, Yellow Birch Lake, and nearby Watersmeet ... Read full review

Harry S. Truman Lake, Missouri, USA: Harry S. Truman Dam & Powerhouse

Harry S. Truman Lake

(Missouri, USA)

55,406 acres

958 miles of shoreline

125 feet max. depth

706 feet above sea level

It looks a like a reel of film perched on a bluff; it is the visitor center overlooking Truman Lake. The round wall of windows offers a panoramic view of the beautiful central Missouri lake below. There are also displays chronicling the history of the area, information on the lake's power plant and reconstructions of historic buildings. The visitor center on top of Kaysinger Bluff at the east end ... Read full review

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