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Stockton Lake, Missouri, USA: View of Stockton Lake

Stockton Lake

(Missouri, USA)

24,900 acres

298 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

867 feet above sea level

Stockton Lake is a popular recreational reservoir covering 24,900 acres on the western edge of the scenic Missouri Ozarks. Though perhaps not as widely known as some of the other lakes in the state, it's a great choice for vacationers and all those who want to have some fun on the water and in the great outdoors. Stockton Lake was constructed from 1963 to 1969, when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ... Read full review

Stockton Lake, Missouri, USA: View of Stockton Lake

Stockton Lake

(Missouri, USA)

24,900 acres

298 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

867 feet above sea level

Stockton Lake is a popular recreational reservoir covering 24,900 acres on the western edge of the scenic Missouri Ozarks. Though perhaps not as widely known as some of the other lakes in the state, it's a great choice for vacationers and all those who want to have some fun on the water and in the great outdoors. Stockton Lake was constructed from 1963 to 1969, when the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers ... Read full review

Boone Lake, Tennessee, USA: Point 5 - South Holston Fork

Boone Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

4,310 acres

131 miles of shoreline

129 feet max. depth

1,382 feet above sea level

Boone Lake is one of a series of reservoirs lying among the hills in northeast Tennessee. Completed on March 16, 1953, Boone Lake was constructed, and is maintained, by the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) for flood control, water supply, recreation and production of hydropower. Spread across Sullivan and Washington counties, Boone Lake visitors are surrounded by spectacular views of the surrounding ... Read full review

Monarch Lake, Colorado, USA: Monarch Lake Serenity

Monarch Lake

(Colorado, USA)

142 acres

3 miles of shoreline

8 feet max. depth

8,353 feet above sea level

One of the prettiest hikes on Colorado's west slope is the trail around Monarch Lake. The small reservoir is one of the few in the area not directly a part of the massive water project that provides water to the Front Range. Monarch Lake is considered one of the 'Great Lakes of Colorado' along with Grand Lake, Lake Granby, Shadow Mountain Lake, Willow Creek Reservoir and Meadow Creek Reservoir. Unlike ... Read full review

Ossipee Lake, New Hampshire, USA: Dock at Ossipee Lake

Ossipee Lake

(New Hampshire, USA)

3,245 acres

10 miles of shoreline

61 feet max. depth

407 feet above sea level

Ossipee Lake covers an impressive 3,245 acres in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, making it the sixth-largest lake contained entirely within the state. Ossipee Lake is located in Carroll County, bordered by the towns of Ossipee, Freedom and Effingham. Known as a true four-season natural playground, the lake attracts visitors from miles around during every month of the year. The Ossipee Valley ... 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

Bowman Lake, Montana, USA: Scenic View of Bowman Lake

Bowman Lake

(Montana, USA)

1,724 acres

14 miles of shoreline

253 feet max. depth

4,030 feet above sea level

Bowman Lake is located in the northwest corner of scenic Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park. The crystal clear waters of Bowman Lake reflect the peaks of the Livingston Mountain Range in Glacier National Park's North Fork region. Just 32 miles south of the Canadian border, the simplicity and beauty of this glacially carved lake are part of Montana's Glacier Country. The plains and mountains ... Read full review

Lago General Carrera: Marble Caves at Lago General Carrera

Lago General Carrera

(Santa Cruz, Argentina - Chile)

457,145 acres

295 miles of shoreline

1,936 feet max. depth

712 feet above sea level

Indisputably one of the world's most beautiful natural wonders, the Marble Cathedral of Lago General Carrera is one that most people will never see. This large turquoise lake is in the Patagonia region of Chile and crosses the border into Argentina where it is known as Lake Buenos Aires. The second-largest lake in South America, General Carrera is dammed only by ancient gravel moraines left from the ... Read full review

Lake Vyrnwy, Wales, United Kingdom: View Across Lake Vyrnwy

Lake Vyrnwy

(Wales, United Kingdom)

1,120 acres

12 miles of shoreline

84 feet max. depth

825 feet above sea level

Lake Vyrnwy (Llyn Efyrnwy in Welsh) is a beautiful man-made reservoir constructed in 1888 to provide the City of Liverpool with a reliable and plentiful source of fresh water. Just south of Snowdonia in the county of Powys in Mid Wales, the 1,122-acre (4.54 square kilometer) lake is today managed by Severn Trent Water and the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds. The lake still provides sparkling ... Read full review

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