2 0 8 7 Lakes

Advertise

Find

Lake Rentals

Lake Real Estate

FIND LAKES

LAKE RENTALS


LAKE HOMES FOR SALE


US States CANADA HI AK WA OR CA NV ID UT AZ MT WY CO NM ND SD NE KS OK TX MN IA MO AR LA WI IL MS MI IN KY TN AL OH WV GA ME NY PA VA NC SC FL NH VT MA RI CT NJ DE MD MEXICO

Browse all lakes Suggest a new lake

Vacation Lakes by State - USA (1604)

Vacation Lakes by Country - World (2087)

Featured Lakes & Reservoirs
Green Lakes, Oregon, USA: Fall Creek, Green Lakes Trail

Green Lakes

(Oregon, USA)

83 acres

45 feet max. depth

6,505 feet above sea level

One of Central Oregon's most popular hiking destinations is Green Lakes Trail. This popular hike offers views of both South Sister Mountain and Broken Top Mountain that tower over three small pristine alpine lakes in the Three Sisters Wilderness. Because the trailhead is only 27 miles from the City of Bend, large numbers of outdoor enthusiasts crowd the parking area on warm summer weekends. Self-service ... Read full review

Green Lakes, Oregon, USA: Fall Creek, Green Lakes Trail

Green Lakes

(Oregon, USA)

83 acres

45 feet max. depth

6,505 feet above sea level

One of Central Oregon's most popular hiking destinations is Green Lakes Trail. This popular hike offers views of both South Sister Mountain and Broken Top Mountain that tower over three small pristine alpine lakes in the Three Sisters Wilderness. Because the trailhead is only 27 miles from the City of Bend, large numbers of outdoor enthusiasts crowd the parking area on warm summer weekends. Self-service ... Read full review

Aquilla Lake, Texas, USA: Aerial View of Aquilla Lake

Aquilla Lake

(Texas, USA)

3,280 acres

44 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

538 feet above sea level

Located in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas, lake enthusiasts will find a 3,280 acre, V-shaped reservoir called Aquilla Lake. The lake was formed by an earth fill dam constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The dam has a crest length of 11,890 feet and a top width of 38 feet and was completed in January of 1983 as part of an overall flood control project in the Brazos River basin. The ... Read full review

Normandy Reservoir, Tennessee, USA: Flood Gates at Normandy Lake

Normandy Reservoir

(Tennessee, USA)

3,048 acres

72 miles of shoreline

85 feet max. depth

865 feet above sea level

Situated in south central Tennessee near Manchester, Normandy Lake draws anglers, campers and boaters from all over. With its proximity to nearby Tims Ford and Woods Reservoirs, it's a fantastic addition to a Tennessee Lakes getaway or a stand-alone destination for an outdoor adventure. An impoundment of the Duck River, Normandy Reservoir was created by the completion of the Normandy Dam built ... Read full review

Cheat Lake, West Virginia, USA: Cheat Lake Walkway

Cheat Lake

(West Virginia, USA)

1,730 acres

30 miles of shoreline

868 feet above sea level

A dam built across the Cheat River in 1925 created the scenic reservoir of Cheat Lake. Originally called Lake Lynn, the dam sits nearly at the border between West Virginia and Pennsylvania. Located in West Virginia's Mountaineer Country region, the reservoir meanders amid scenic green mountains and beneath canyon walls. Built for hydroelectric power generation, Lake Lynn was renamed Cheat Lake in ... Read full review

Crater Lake, Oregon, USA: Cliff Jumping at Crater Lake

Crater Lake

(Oregon, USA)

13,056 acres

26 miles of shoreline

1,943 feet max. depth

6,171 feet above sea level

Crater Lake is on the crest of the Cascade Range in southern Oregon, about 100 miles from the ocean, and is the centerpiece of Crater Lake National Park. Crater Lake's gorgeous deep blue water highlights its amazing depth of 1943 feet - the deepest lake in the United States and seventh deepest freshwater lake in the world. Visitors can enjoy camping, fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing, cross country ... Read full review

Lake Okeechobee, Florida, USA: Lake Okeechobee Dike Trail

Lake Okeechobee

(Florida, USA)

451,000 acres

135 miles of shoreline

12 feet max. depth

14 feet above sea level

With over 451,000 blue, watery acres, Lake Okeechobee is a lake with many titles. It is, by surface acreage, the largest lake in Florida. It also holds the distinction of being the fourth-largest lake wholly contained within the USA. (Lake Michigan, Alaska's Lake Iliamna, and Great Salt Lake are larger.) Nicknamed Florida's Inland Sea, Lake O, and The Big Lake, Lake Okeechobee also surprises by ... Read full review

Matthieu Lakes, Oregon, USA: View of North Sister Peak from South Matthieu Lake

Matthieu Lakes

(Oregon, USA)

6 acres

1 miles of shoreline

14 feet max. depth

5,804 feet above sea level

The Matthieu Lakes Trail is one of Oregon's most scenic day hikes. Located in the Three Sisters Wilderness, North Matthieu Lake and South Matthieu Lake have been delighting hikers seeking splendid scenery for many years. The Three Sisters refer to three volcanic peaks in the Cascades: North Sister, Middle Sister, and South Sister. The trail's six-mile round trip is considered one of the easiest in ... Read full review

Garden Bay Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Dock at Garden Bay Lake

Garden Bay Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

153 acres

171 feet max. depth

102 feet above sea level

Garden Bay Lake is located just off the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada. The Lake is one of four that rest along the edges of Pender Harbour. The lake is a pristine body of water surrounded by tree-covered mountains that were rounded by glaciers sliding over the area thousands of years ago. Though the surrounding area is picturesque, Garden Bay Lake and the nearby village of the same ... Read full review

VIEW or SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER

The Most Popular Vacation Lakes