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Lake Prespa: Shore View of Lake Prespa

Lake Prespa

(Korce, Albania - Florina, Greece - Macedonia)

64,099 acres

180 feet max. depth

2,798 feet above sea level

"Three Countries, Two Lakes, One Future" is the motto of Prespa Park, the transnational park protecting Prespa Lake. The words provide balm for a region that underwent political unrest in the 1990s. The area included in Prespa Park is of unsurpassed natural beauty and one that is drawing increasing numbers of tourists and eco-tourists to enjoy it. There are actually two Prespa Lakes, and both ... Read full review

Lake Prespa: Shore View of Lake Prespa

Lake Prespa

(Korce, Albania - Florina, Greece - Macedonia)

64,099 acres

180 feet max. depth

2,798 feet above sea level

"Three Countries, Two Lakes, One Future" is the motto of Prespa Park, the transnational park protecting Prespa Lake. The words provide balm for a region that underwent political unrest in the 1990s. The area included in Prespa Park is of unsurpassed natural beauty and one that is drawing increasing numbers of tourists and eco-tourists to enjoy it. There are actually two Prespa Lakes, and both ... Read full review

Great Sacandaga Lake, New York, USA: Shore View of Great Sacandaga Lake

Great Sacandaga Lake

(New York, USA)

26,880 acres

125 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

765 feet above sea level

Great Sacandaga Lake, located in the Adirondack Mountains of New York, is a reservoir built to control flooding on the Hudson River and the Sacandaga River. But the functionality of the dam is often overlooked as residents and visitors alike think of Great Sacandaga Lake as a year-round recreational playground. Lake levels can fluctuate by 20 feet or more, depending on winter drawdown to make room ... Read full review

Sevier Bridge Reservoir, Utah, USA: Wake Boarding at Sevier Bridge Reservoir

Sevier Bridge Reservoir

(Utah, USA)

10,905 acres

35 miles of shoreline

74 feet max. depth

4,978 feet above sea level

Sevier Bridge Reservoir is also known as Yuba Lake. The name is pretty much interchangeable for the locals, so if you are looking for directions, someone should be able to help you get there. The lake is one of several reservoirs created along the Sevier River, and it is used primarily for irrigation of local farms and for a nearby power plant. It is the fourth largest artificial reservoir in Utah. ... Read full review

Lake Aiguebelette, Rhone-Alps, France: Sailing at Lake Aiguebelette

Lake Aiguebelette

(Rhone-Alps, France)

1,347 acres

8 miles of shoreline

233 feet max. depth

1,281 feet above sea level

Nestled in the heart of the Rhone-Alps region of France, Lake Aiguebelette has a well-deserved reputation as a natural treasure. The lake is privately-owned and protected as a wildlife preservation area. The main inflowing river is the Leysse de Novalaise, and the Tiers River flows out. Careful management assures the lake can still delight thousands of holiday-makers each year while remaining a sanctuary ... Read full review

Lake Wedowee, Alabama, USA: Dock and Shore 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

Lake Pepin: Lake Pepin-National Eagle Center

Lake Pepin

(Minnesota, USA - Wisconsin, USA)

25,600 acres

85 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

672 feet above sea level

Lake Pepin is the largest lake on the Mississippi River, formed about 9,500 years ago by the backup of water behind sediments where the Chippewa River empties into the Mighty Mississippi. Lake Pepin occupies a 28-mile portion of the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin. This glacial lake once extended up the Mississippi River to St. Paul, but sediment gradually shaped the lake to its current size ... Read full review

Muskegon Lake, Michigan, USA: Muskegon South Pier Lighthouse

Muskegon Lake

(Michigan, USA)

4,232 acres

25 miles of shoreline

79 feet max. depth

580 feet above sea level

One of Michigan's little-known vacation hotspots is Muskegon Lake. Lake Muskegon, as it is sometimes called, has been a major port on the eastern Lake Michigan shoreline for more than 150 years. The mile-long Muskegon River channel connects Muskegon Lake to Lake Michigan. The cities of Muskegon and North Muskegon have been known as powerhouses of industry since the mid-1800s. Largely because of its ... Read full review

Mono Lake, California, USA: Mono Lake Shoreline: Tufas & Sierra Nevadas

Mono Lake

(California, USA)

44,762 acres

40 miles of shoreline

159 feet max. depth

6,382 feet above sea level

Mono Lake, located in California's Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, has a long and rich history dating back to its formation over 760,000 years ago. Sediments below the lake's surface indicate that Mono Lake might be a leftover of an earlier, larger lake. Today, Mono Lake is fed from melting runoff from the Sierra Nevada Mountains with no outlet, filling its depths with salt and raising the pH levels. Mono ... Read full review

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