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Kachess Lake, Washington, USA: View of Mountains From Shoreline of Kachess Lake

Kachess Lake

(Washington, USA)

6,535 acres

24 miles of shoreline

2,262 feet above sea level

"Kachess" means "more fish," a name that aptly describes Lake Kachess in North Central region of Washington. The lake is full of fish, and anglers can pit themselves against the rainbow and cutthroat trout and wrestle the landlocked kokanee salmon. The fishing, however, is not the only thing that brings people to this beautiful Kittitas County lake. Nestled in the Wenatchee National forest, Lake ... Read full review

Kachess Lake, Washington, USA: View of Mountains From Shoreline of Kachess Lake

Kachess Lake

(Washington, USA)

6,535 acres

24 miles of shoreline

2,262 feet above sea level

"Kachess" means "more fish," a name that aptly describes Lake Kachess in North Central region of Washington. The lake is full of fish, and anglers can pit themselves against the rainbow and cutthroat trout and wrestle the landlocked kokanee salmon. The fishing, however, is not the only thing that brings people to this beautiful Kittitas County lake. Nestled in the Wenatchee National forest, Lake ... Read full review

Fremont Lakes, Nebraska, USA: Platte River Sunset

Fremont Lakes

(Nebraska, USA)

50 acres

1 miles of shoreline

16 feet max. depth

1,204 feet above sea level

Fremont Lakes have turned human handiwork into a natural and recreational paradise. These small lakes are the result of groundwater filling sand-mining pits along the Platte River. There are at least 40 lakes in the area created from sandpits, with only a couple larger than 50 acres. Nebraska doesn't have many natural lakes, but the copious amount of sand deposited by the slow-moving, braided Platte ... Read full review

Lake Greifensee, Zurich, Switzerland: Sunrise at Lake Greifensee

Lake Greifensee

(Zurich, Switzerland)

2,112 acres

10 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

1,427 feet above sea level

Only 7 miles southeast of Zurich, Lake Greifensee has become a favored destination for holidays away from the big city. Located in the Canton of Zurich, Lake Greifensee has escaped the fate of becoming a commuter suburb of Zurich because the shoreline is protected land. Access to the shore is limited to only a few public places, giving Lake Greifensee a nearly unbroken natural shoreline. A nature ... Read full review

Evergreen Lake, Illinois, USA: Comlara County Park

Evergreen Lake

(Illinois, USA)

900 acres

22 miles of shoreline

53 feet max. depth

716 feet above sea level

One of Central Illinois' best-kept secret lies just north of Bloomington: Evergreen Lake. When the growing city needed additional water supply in 1971, Six Mile Creek was dammed to create new Evergreen Lake. Then, needing even more water storage, the dam was enlarged in 1995. The resulting 900-acre reservoir is crowned by 2200-acre Comlara County Park to provide recreational opportunities for everyone. ... Read full review

Donner Lake, California, USA: Dock at Donner Lake

Donner Lake

(California, USA)

960 acres

8 miles of shoreline

230 feet max. depth

5,936 feet above sea level

Steeped in the history of America's Emigrant Trail, Donner Lake sits in California's beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. Found within Nevada County's charming community of Truckee, Donner Lake is a pleasant 100-mile drive east of Sacramento, 17 miles from Lake Tahoe, and less than 40 miles from Reno, Nevada. Evidence of human habitation at Donner Lake covers at least 6,000 years. People of the ... Read full review

Black Lake, Michigan, USA: Black Lake Early Morning

Black Lake

(Michigan, USA)

10,130 acres

19 miles of shoreline

50 feet max. depth

614 feet above sea level

Black Lake is a popular sporting lake located in Cheboygan and Presque Isle counties in Michigan's Lower Peninsula. Surrounded by acres of water and scenic woodlands, Black Lake has become a popular vacation destination for outdoor enthusiasts. Open to year around recreation, visitors come to northeastern Michigan to test their fishing and hunting skills; boat, ski and swim the sparkling water; or ... Read full review

Rangeley Lakes, Maine, USA: Boat Docks at Mooselookmeguntic Lake

Rangeley Lakes

(Maine, USA)

6,872 acres

63 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

1,520 feet above sea level

Nothing represents the outdoor largesse of Maine's Lakes and Mountains region better than the six pristine Rangeley Lakes. These natural lakes sprawl beneath famed 4,120-foot Saddleback Mountain along the Androscoggin River drainage. Several dams, built between 1850 and 1920, have enlarged and stabilized the original lakes in order to generate hydroelectric power. Contained by the Rangeley Dam, ... Read full review

Derwentwater, England, United Kingdom: Sunset at Derwentwater

Derwentwater

(England, United Kingdom)

1,285 acres

10 miles of shoreline

72 feet max. depth

245 feet above sea level

Cumbria, in northwest England, is home to Lake District National Park, established in 1951. All of the land in England that exceeds an elevation of 3,000 feet (914.4 meters) can be found in this national park, which is the country's largest. Derwentwater, also sometimes called Derwent Water or Derwentwater Lake, is the third largest lake in England's Lake District. This natural freshwater lake may ... Read full review

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