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Fishing Creek Reservoir, South Carolina, USA: Fishing creek Dam

Fishing Creek Reservoir

(South Carolina, USA)

3,112 acres

78 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

417 feet above sea level

Fishing Creek Reservoir, on the Catawba River in the Old English Region of South Carolina is aptly named: the 3112-acre lake provides a steady source of water to Chester County, South Carolina and a source of fishing and paddling enjoyment to both residents and visitors. Created in 1916, the reservoir provides hydroelectric power to Duke Energy's Fishing Creek Hydroelectric Station dam, known locally ... Read full review

Fishing Creek Reservoir, South Carolina, USA: Fishing creek Dam

Fishing Creek Reservoir

(South Carolina, USA)

3,112 acres

78 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

417 feet above sea level

Fishing Creek Reservoir, on the Catawba River in the Old English Region of South Carolina is aptly named: the 3112-acre lake provides a steady source of water to Chester County, South Carolina and a source of fishing and paddling enjoyment to both residents and visitors. Created in 1916, the reservoir provides hydroelectric power to Duke Energy's Fishing Creek Hydroelectric Station dam, known locally ... Read full review

Strangford Lough, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom: Blue Sky at Strangford Lough

Strangford Lough

(Northern Ireland, United Kingdom)

37,066 acres

100 miles of shoreline

216 feet max. depth

Strangford Lough (Lake) is a 37,066-acre inland, tidal, salt water lake off the east coast of County Down in Northern Ireland. Separated from the Irish Sea by the Ards Peninsula, the lake is almost totally landlocked. An eight-mile long, fast-running channel known as the Narrows leads into the more gentle waters of the main body of the lake. The lake's unique habitat makes it a popular spot for migrating ... Read full review

Lake Chapala, Mexico: Dock and Boats at Lake Chapala

Lake Chapala

(Mexico)

274,781 acres

133 miles of shoreline

34 feet max. depth

5,000 feet above sea level

Lake Chapala, Mexico's largest freshwater lake, is renowned for its mild weather, picturesque villages and incredible sunsets. Located on a large plateau in the Sierra Madre mountain range and 25 miles south of the city of Guadalajara, it is a popular vacation destination for citizens of Mexico as well as international travelers. Mostly located in the state of Jalisco but also extending into Michoacan, ... Read full review

Lake Havasu: Lake Havasu, Arizona

Lake Havasu

(Arizona, USA - California, USA)

20,400 acres

450 miles of shoreline

75 feet max. depth

445 feet above sea level

Lake Havasu's 20,400 acres, formed behind Parker Dam on the Colorado River, is a boating paradise. Around Lake Havasu City, the most recognizable sight is the London Bridge, completely moved from Great Britain to this unlikely location. Robert McCulloch (of McCulloch chainsaw fame) bought the bridge and is the founder of Lake Havasu City, Arizona. Lake Havasu is quite well known for its recreational ... Read full review

Keri Lake, Zakynthos, Greece: Boats at Keri Lake

Keri Lake

(Zakynthos, Greece)

The rocky coastline gives way to a pebbly beach that meets the clear, turquoise water of Keri Lake. Although not actually a lake at all, Keri Lake, or Limni Keriou as it is known in Greece, is a popular tourist destination on the Island of Zakynthos. Sand-bottomed Keri Lake is a bay on the southern side of the island at the base of Cape Marthias. First called a "lake" by Herodotus in the fifth ... Read full review

Lake Retba, Senegal: Lake Rose Natural Pink Color

Lake Retba

(Senegal)

640 acres

7 miles of shoreline

10 feet max. depth

3 feet above sea level

One of the world's most spectacular lakes, Lake Retba-or Lac Rose as it is known in French-lies gleaming among the sand dunes of western Africa. Unusual as it is to find a natural lake here in the hot and dry desert, Lake Retba garners most of its international attention because it is pink! In fact, at certain times during the dry season, its unique color has been compared to a strawberry milkshake, ... Read full review

Anderson Ranch Reservoir, Idaho, USA: Anderson Ranch Dam & Reservoir

Anderson Ranch Reservoir

(Idaho, USA)

4,730 acres

50 miles of shoreline

315 feet max. depth

4,200 feet above sea level

One of the true gems of the Idaho reservoir system is Anderson Ranch Reservoir. Completed along the South Fork of the Boise River in 1950, this project provides irrigation water for local Southwest Idaho farms, with hydroelectric power generation a secondary purpose. Long needed as a way to store water from the spring run-off of the Smoky Mountains in the Sawtooth National Forest, the Anderson Ranch ... Read full review

Lake Nipissing, Ontario, Canada: Marina at Lake Nipissing

Lake Nipissing

(Ontario, Canada)

211,201 acres

494 miles of shoreline

226 feet max. depth

643 feet above sea level

Located in the Near North region of Ontario, Lake Nipissing is the fifth largest lake in Ontario excluding the Great Lakes. This relatively shallow 211,200-acre lake is situated between the Ottawa River and Georgian Bay. It drains into Georgian Bay via the French River and with an average depth of only 14.8 feet, it is known for its ideal fishing and boating. Lake Nipissing has three dams owned and ... Read full review

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