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Stave Lake and Hayward Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Blue Bells at Stave Lake

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

14,332 acres

331 feet max. depth

262 feet above sea level

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake are reservoirs located about an hour east of Vancouver in British Columbia's Fraser Valley. Managed by BC Hydro, these lakes provide many recreational opportunities as well as a healthy portion of BC's hydroelectric power. A corner of Golden Ears Provincial Park encloses a portion of Stave Lake's northwestern shoreline, and a few private cottages cling to the steep hillsides ... Read full review

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Blue Bells at Stave Lake

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

14,332 acres

331 feet max. depth

262 feet above sea level

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake are reservoirs located about an hour east of Vancouver in British Columbia's Fraser Valley. Managed by BC Hydro, these lakes provide many recreational opportunities as well as a healthy portion of BC's hydroelectric power. A corner of Golden Ears Provincial Park encloses a portion of Stave Lake's northwestern shoreline, and a few private cottages cling to the steep hillsides ... Read full review

Great Bear Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada: Tepees on Great Bear Lake Shoreline

Great Bear Lake

(Northwest Territories, Canada)

7,698,074 acres

1,690 miles of shoreline

1,463 feet max. depth

610 feet above sea level

Great Bear Lake is located in the Northwest Territories of Canada. It is a natural lake, encircled by wilderness, and the largest lake completely in Canada. Great Bear Lake is on the Arctic Circle and ice-covered eight months out of the year. With an area of over 7 million acres and more than 26 islands, Great Bear Lake is an outdoor utopia for visitors who seek the peace and quiet of a large, beautiful, ... Read full review

New Bullards Bar Reservoir, California, USA: Beauty of Bullards

New Bullards Bar Reservoir

(California, USA)

4,700 acres

55 miles of shoreline

New Bullards Bar Reservoir is located on the west side of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in Yuba County, California, surrounded by the Tahoe and Plumas National Forests. This 4700-acre lake was created by the Yuba County Water Agency by impounding the North Fork of the Yuba River for flood control, irrigation water storage, hydroelectric power generation, and recreation. Construction of the 635-foot ... Read full review

Braunig Lake, Texas, USA: Net Fishing at Braunig Lake

Braunig Lake

(Texas, USA)

1,275 acres

50 feet max. depth

507 feet above sea level

Braunig Lake is a popular fishing spot for San Antonio city dwellers. A leisurely 17-mile drive southeast of the Alamo City takes you to the flat grasslands of south Texas and trophy-sized bass fishing. The wide open spaces and powder-blue skies brushed with delicate clouds make this a perfect place to relax and enjoy a day or a week. As you pass through the gently rolling hills, you become aware ... 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

Payette Lake, Idaho, USA: Payette Lake Docks

Payette Lake

(Idaho, USA)

5,330 acres

21 miles of shoreline

304 feet max. depth

4,990 feet above sea level

One hundred miles north of Boise, nearly surrounded by Payette National Forest, lies breathtaking Payette Lake. Nestled beneath the peaks of the West Mountains in the Southwestern Region of Idaho, the area around Payette Lake has the well-deserved reputation of being Idaho's Four-Season Playground. In Idaho's Long Valley, Payette Lake fills a basin along the Payette River to a depth of over 300 feet ... Read full review

Canyon Lake, Texas, USA: June Sunset, South-East corner of Canyon Lake, Tx

Canyon Lake

(Texas, USA)

8,230 acres

80 miles of shoreline

125 feet max. depth

909 feet above sea level

Canyon Lake, with a maximum depth of 125 feet, is one of the deepest and most scenic lakes in Texas. Canyon Lake, formerly known as Canyon Reservoir, is on the Guadalupe River in the Texas Hill Country just 35 miles northeast of San Antonio and 40 miles southwest of Austin. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers manages Canyon Dam, Canyon Lake, and all adjacent property. The Guadalupe-Blanco River Authority ... Read full review

Portage Lake (Manistee County), Michigan, USA: Portage Canal in Winter

Portage Lake (Manistee County)

(Michigan, USA)

2,110 acres

10 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

581 feet above sea level

Portage Lake is a fantastic stop for Lake Michigan travelers. The lake is connected to Lake Michigan by a channel. Boating and sailing visitors often stop here on their way along the Lake Michigan shore. Portage Lake started out as a land-locked lake separated from Lake Michigan by a narrow strip of land. A small, rapid flowing creek drained from the west end into Lake Michigan. Although likely ... Read full review

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