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Beaver  Lake, North Carolina, USA: Asheville Yacht Club Races on Beaver Lake

Beaver Lake

(North Carolina, USA)

40 acres

2 miles of shoreline

2,099 feet above sea level

One of the most-visible lakes in the North Carolina Mountain region is unassuming little Beaver Lake. The small man-made reservoir is only about 65 acres in size-and completely private. Framed by nearby mountains, the lake is entirely owned by the property owners in Lake View Park. That doesn't mean that the public is entirely excluded, however. Visitors and guests can enjoy a variety of activities ... Read full review

Beaver  Lake, North Carolina, USA: Asheville Yacht Club Races on Beaver Lake

Beaver Lake

(North Carolina, USA)

40 acres

2 miles of shoreline

2,099 feet above sea level

One of the most-visible lakes in the North Carolina Mountain region is unassuming little Beaver Lake. The small man-made reservoir is only about 65 acres in size-and completely private. Framed by nearby mountains, the lake is entirely owned by the property owners in Lake View Park. That doesn't mean that the public is entirely excluded, however. Visitors and guests can enjoy a variety of activities ... Read full review

Mojanda Lakes, Ecuador: Fuya-Fuya Mountain Flower

Mojanda Lakes

(Ecuador)

330 feet max. depth

12,250 feet above sea level

A secret just being discovered by visitors to the northern Andes is the Mojanda Lakes. Only a few miles north of the equator, the lakes were formed by the collapse of twin volcanoes. Mojanda volcano and Fuya-Fuya volcano both exploded between 200,000 and 165,000 years ago, allowing water to collect within the resulting calderas and forming three separate lakes. At approximately 12,250 feet in elevation, ... Read full review

Lake Biwa, Kansai, Japan: Chibuku Island at Lake Biwa

Lake Biwa

(Kansai, Japan)

165,760 acres

146 miles of shoreline

341 feet max. depth

282 feet above sea level

Lake Biwa, sometimes known as Biwa-ko, is Japan's largest lake with more than 165,000 acres. Lake Biwa is located in Japan's Kansai region in the Shiga Prefecture. Believed to have been the result of the massive earthquake that accompanied the creation of Mount Fuji, parts of Lake Biwa are estimated to be four million years old. The lake is most likely named after the Japanese stringed instrument ... Read full review

Apple Valley Lake, Ohio, USA: Eagles On Apple Valley Lake, Ohio

Apple Valley Lake

(Ohio, USA)

511 acres

10 miles of shoreline

70 feet max. depth

1,046 feet above sea level

Tucked away in the gently rolling hills of Knox County in Central Ohio, Apple Valley Lake offers residents almost limitless recreation opportunities. With the clear, clean waters of its well-stocked aquatic depths and the community's many amenities, Apple Valley Lake is the perfect home or home away from home. Created by the American Central Corporation based in Michigan, Apple Valley Lake is three ... Read full review

Lake Washington, Washington, USA: Sailing on Lake Washington

Lake Washington

(Washington, USA)

21,500 acres

50 miles of shoreline

214 feet max. depth

22 feet above sea level

Lake Washington has the distinction of being the second largest natural lake in the state of Washington. This glacial lake is long and narrow, a "ribbon lake" that is approximately 15 miles long. Lake Washington is fed primarily by the Cedar River in the southeast corner and the Sammamish River in the northeast corner, along with other minor tributaries and creeks. Prior to 1854, Lake Washington ... Read full review

Boysen Reservoir, Wyoming, USA: Idyllic Summer Day at Boysen Reservoir

Boysen Reservoir

(Wyoming, USA)

20,000 acres

77 miles of shoreline

4,725 feet above sea level

Its gleaming expanse framed by the barren high desert hills of Central Wyoming, Boysen Reservoir offers a welcome respite from the summer heat. Nearly 20,000 acres of water lie behind the Boysen Dam, with its outflow powering hydroelectric generation. Surrounding the 77-mile shoreline, Boysen State Park offers a wealth of water-based recreation for the many visitors who come here each year. Eleven ... Read full review

Rush Lake, Minnesota, USA: Early ice on Rush Lake at Bite Time (Sundown)

Rush Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

5,338 acres

10 miles of shoreline

68 feet max. depth

1,342 feet above sea level

Rush Lake is a 5,338-acre natural lake located in central Otter Tail County in the Central Region of Minnesota. Rush Lake is part of the Otter Tail River Chain of Lakes which also includes Otter Tail, Big Pine, Little Pine, Deer, East Lost, and West Lost Lakes. Otter Tail Country is located two and a half hours from Minneapolis and St. Paul and is home to over 1,000 of Minnesota's 10,000 lakes and ... Read full review

June Lake, California, USA: Scenic View of June Lake

June Lake

(California, USA)

320 acres

3 miles of shoreline

168 feet max. depth

7,621 feet above sea level

With Yosemite to the west, Kings Canyon to the south, Lake Tahoe to the north and Nevada to the east, there is no place to vacation like June Lake. Located in California's Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains, June Lake borders the unincorporated resort community of June Lake Village. The village and four lakes are found along June Lake Loop. The loop is actually California State Route 158 which leaves ... Read full review

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