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Here are the 4 lakes we have listed within USA > South > Virginia > Blue Ridge Highlands - compared by Largest Lakes - Water Volume.

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Lake Name Volume in acre-feet Lake Description
Smith Mountain Lake
(Virginia, USA)
1,140,000 Smith Mountain Lake Pictures With emerald green shores, sapphire blue skies, and topaz blue waters, it's clear why Smith Mountain Lake is nicknamed "Jewel of the Blue Ridge." Nestled into Virginia's Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia's most popular lake offers 500 miles of coved shoreline and 20,600 acres of beautiful lake to explore. ...
Philpott Lake
(Virginia, USA)
250,000 Philpott Lake Pictures Also known as: Philpott Reservoir
Snuggled into the Blue Ridge Mountains, the 2,880-acre Philpott Lake resides in southwestern Virginia's Franklin, Henry, and Patrick Counties. The irregular-shaped reservoir stretches along the border of Virginia's Blue Ridge Highlands and Southern tourism regions. The Army Corps of Engineers created ...
Claytor Lake
(Virginia, USA)
232,000 Claytor Lake Pictures Claytor Lake is a 4,475 acre impoundment of the New River in southwestern Virginia's Blue Ridge Highlands region. Stretching out over 21 miles in Pulaski County, Claytor Lake was created in 1939 by the Appalachian Power Company for hydroelectric power, flood control, and recreation. The lake is named ...
South Holston Lake
(Tennessee, USA / Virginia, USA)
189,100 South Holston Lake Pictures Also known as: South Holston Reservoir
An impoundment of the South Fork Holston River, South Holston Lake is an exceptional place to fish and boat. Straddling the Virginia and Tennessee state line, it's a great place to visit and "A Good Place to Live." Created by the South Holston Dam, South Holston Lake is a project of the Tennessee ...

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