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Pyramid Lake, Nevada, USA: Pyramid Lake Tufa

Pyramid Lake

(Nevada, USA)

117,400 acres

100 miles of shoreline

344 feet max. depth

3,807 feet above sea level

Pyramid Lake is a true natural wonder located in the Pyramid Lake Paiute Indian Reservation in western Nevada. Covering 117,400 acres, it is the third largest of the remaining salt lakes in the United States, after Great Salt Lake, Utah and Salton Sea, California. Pyramid Lake is the last remnant of Lake Lahontan, an ancient lake that covered most of northern Nevada at the end of the last ice age. ... Read full review

Pyramid Lake, Nevada, USA: Pyramid Lake Tufa

Pyramid Lake

(Nevada, USA)

117,400 acres

100 miles of shoreline

344 feet max. depth

3,807 feet above sea level

Pyramid Lake is a true natural wonder located in the Pyramid Lake Paiute Indian Reservation in western Nevada. Covering 117,400 acres, it is the third largest of the remaining salt lakes in the United States, after Great Salt Lake, Utah and Salton Sea, California. Pyramid Lake is the last remnant of Lake Lahontan, an ancient lake that covered most of northern Nevada at the end of the last ice age. ... Read full review

Toledo Bend Reservoir: Beautiful Day at Toledo Bend Reservoir

Toledo Bend Reservoir

(Louisiana, USA - Texas, USA)

181,600 acres

1,264 miles of shoreline

110 feet max. depth

172 feet above sea level

A grand experience is assured in visiting Toledo Bend Reservoir, renowned as the largest man-made aquatic body in the southern United States. Cradled on the Sabine River between Texas and Louisiana, the lake meanders along for 65 miles and occupies a refreshing 1200 miles of shoreline. This extravagant length of shallow bayous and coves boasts a wondrous collage of sunny wildflowers, lakeside cottages, ... Read full review

McPhee Reservoir, Colorado, USA: Scenic View of McPhee Reservoir

McPhee Reservoir

(Colorado, USA)

4,470 acres

50 miles of shoreline

270 feet max. depth

6,906 feet above sea level

In 1776 Spanish priests traveling through the Dolores Valley imagined a project that would bring water to the thirsty crops of the Montezuma Valley. By the mid 1800's, tunnels had been cut to carry the water; over 200 years later, the priests' dreams became reality with the creation of the McPhee Reservoir in Southwest Colorado. This western treasure is a beautiful place to boat, fish, and relax, ... Read full review

Newboro Lake, Ontario, Canada: Sunrise Mist

Newboro Lake

(Ontario, Canada)

4,562 acres

22 miles of shoreline

78 feet max. depth

400 feet above sea level

Newboro Lake, in Ontario's Rideau Lakes Region is synonymous with water fun. The 4500-acre lake is home to cottages and fishing camps, islands large and small, and over 20 miles of wooded shoreline. Although a natural lake, the water level was raised over five feet when the Narrows Lock and Dam was constructed on neighboring Upper Rideau Lake. Long a fisherman's paradise, the lake has hosted many ... Read full review

Broken Bow Lake, Oklahoma, USA: View from campsite in Beaver's Bend to Broken Bow Lake.

Broken Bow Lake

(Oklahoma, USA)

14,220 acres

180 miles of shoreline

185 feet max. depth

600 feet above sea level

Broken Bow Lake is nestled in the Ouachita Mountains of McCurtain County in southeastern Oklahoma. Covering more than 14,200 acres with 180 miles of shoreline, 22-mile long Broken Bow Lake is considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the southern United States. The area is referred to as Oklahoma's "Little Smokies" due to the densely forested mountainous terrain. The Broken Bow Lake area is ... Read full review

Lake Eyre, South Australia, Australia: Aerial View of Lake Eyre

Lake Eyre

(South Australia, Australia)

2,394,451 acres

Lake Eyre is the largest lake in Australia and the world's saltiest lake. Located in South Australia, Lake Eyre draws tourists due to its unusual patterns of water capacity. The salty lake is usually completely dry and void of water, leaving behind a dry desert-like basin that is filled with salt. Discovered in 1839 by Edward John Eyre, a pioneer and sheep herder, Lake Eyre was believed to always ... 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

Big Glen Lake, Michigan, USA: Big Glen Lake in the evening

Big Glen Lake

(Michigan, USA)

4,871 acres

130 feet max. depth

Looking down on the surprisingly blue water and sandy shores of Big Glen Lake, she can see why it is called Inspiration Point. The view across the lake and dunes is certainly inspiring, and with her whole vacation stretching in front of her - like the expanse of Lake Michigan's waters at her back - she'll have time to explore it all. Big Glen Lake, Little Glen Lake and the dunes of Sleeping Bear ... Read full review

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