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Tittabawassee Lakes, Michigan, USA: Sanford Lake Autumn

Tittabawassee Lakes

(Michigan, USA)

1,429 acres

34 miles of shoreline

26 feet max. depth

631 feet above sea level

The Tittabawassee River is one of Michigan's main river systems, draining lands in the Northeast and East Central Michigan regions into the Saginaw River and eventually Lake Huron. The entire main branch of the river is 91 miles long. The four reservoirs referred to as the Tittabawassee Lakes are all within a 36-mile stretch. Secord Lake, Smallwood Lake, Wixom Lake and Sanford Lake are the storage ... Read full review

Tittabawassee Lakes, Michigan, USA: Sanford Lake Autumn

Tittabawassee Lakes

(Michigan, USA)

1,429 acres

34 miles of shoreline

26 feet max. depth

631 feet above sea level

The Tittabawassee River is one of Michigan's main river systems, draining lands in the Northeast and East Central Michigan regions into the Saginaw River and eventually Lake Huron. The entire main branch of the river is 91 miles long. The four reservoirs referred to as the Tittabawassee Lakes are all within a 36-mile stretch. Secord Lake, Smallwood Lake, Wixom Lake and Sanford Lake are the storage ... Read full review

Salt Fork Lake, Ohio, USA: Lakefront Rental Cottage at Salt Fork Lake State Park

Salt Fork Lake

(Ohio, USA)

2,952 acres

64 miles of shoreline

35 feet max. depth

800 feet above sea level

Salt Fork Lake is a 3,000-acre recreational gem nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in Guernsey County in Ohio's Southeast tourism region. Salt Pond Lake and Salt Pond State Park are conveniently located near the intersection of Interstates 70 and 77 and the City of Cambridge, birthplace of astronaut and Senator John Glenn. The lake was created in 1967 for recreation and water conservation ... Read full review

Lake Thunderbird, Oklahoma, USA: Sunset at Lake Thunderbird

Lake Thunderbird

(Oklahoma, USA)

6,070 acres

86 miles of shoreline

58 feet max. depth

1,039 feet above sea level

No place could be better suited to recreation than Oklahoma's Lake Thunderbird. Located in the Frontier Country Region, Lake Thunderbird provides recreational opportunities to residents and visitors to the town of Norman. The Lake Thunderbird State Park is the only state park in Oklahoma situated within city limits, making it an ideal outing destination for a week-day evening or an entire weekend. Lake ... Read full review

Lake Texoma: Spillway at High Water on Lake Texoma

Lake Texoma

(Oklahoma, USA - Texas, USA)

89,000 acres

580 miles of shoreline

100 feet max. depth

615 feet above sea level

An 89,000-acre jewel set into the landscape of Texas and Oklahoma, Lake Texoma is a sparkling wonder of deep blue water and beautiful green shores. With more than 6 million annual visitors, the lake is the second most popular in the United States, offering everything from water skiing to scenic nature hikes. Two-thirds of Lake Texoma lies in Oklahoma. Before the creation of Lake Texoma by the U.S. ... Read full review

Canales Reservoir, Andalusia, Spain: Sunset at Canales Reservoir

Canales Reservoir

(Andalusia, Spain)

386 acres

7 miles of shoreline

3,067 feet above sea level

Only a few miles east of Grenada, the Canales Reservoir is a relatively new lake in the Andalusia Region of Spain. The new reservoir is a refreshing treat in this arid region and has alleviated the seasonal flooding that so often threatened the towns along the Genil River. The new reservoir, called Embalse de Canales, provides a reliable supply of drinking water to the region. Much-needed hydroelectric ... Read full review

Last Mountain Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada: Regina Beach at Last Mountain Lake

Last Mountain Lake

(Saskatchewan, Canada)

57,081 acres

135 miles of shoreline

98 feet max. depth

1,594 feet above sea level

A visit to Regina Saskatchewan wouldn't be complete without a trip to Last Mountain Lake. The lake was named for a local Cree legend that the Great Spirit scooped out earth to form Last Mountain hill some 12 miles to the west with the resulting hole becoming Last Mountain Lake. The lake is sometimes called Long Lake due to the fact it is about 60 miles long but only two miles wide. At over 57,000 ... Read full review

Green Lakes, Oregon, USA: Fall Creek, Green Lakes Trail

Green Lakes

(Oregon, USA)

83 acres

45 feet max. depth

6,505 feet above sea level

One of Central Oregon's most popular hiking destinations is Green Lakes Trail. This popular hike offers views of both South Sister Mountain and Broken Top Mountain that tower over three small pristine alpine lakes in the Three Sisters Wilderness. Because the trailhead is only 27 miles from the City of Bend, large numbers of outdoor enthusiasts crowd the parking area on warm summer weekends. Self-service ... Read full review

Lake Rabun, Georgia, USA: Shore View of Lake Rabun

Lake Rabun

(Georgia, USA)

834 acres

25 miles of shoreline

120 feet max. depth

1,690 feet above sea level

Lake Rabun is an 834-acre serpentine shaped lake created by the Georgia Railway and Power Company (now Georgia Power) in 1915 for water storage and eventual hydroelectric power generation. It is a short, pleasant drive from Clayton, Georgia, northeast of Macon. Recreation is a significant side benefit of Lake Rabun with boating, water sports, fishing, camping and just plain rest and relaxation for ... Read full review

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