Massachusetts Lakes by Region
Massachusetts Lakes and Reservoirs
Massachusetts Lakes A-Z
Lakes in MA
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Ashmere Lake||Ashmere Lake is a small, quiet lake tucked away in western Massachusetts. The 217-acre lake is surrounded by beautiful rural countryside in the towns ...|
Also known as: Big Benton Pond, Great Lake, Lake Winiscutt
Big Pond in western Massachusetts has been known by many names, including Big Benton Pond, Great Lake, and even Lake Winiscutt. Regardless of its name, ...
|Buckley Dunton Lake||
Also known as: Buckley Dunton Reservoir
At first glance, it seems like there is nothing around Buckley Dunton Lake, near Becket in western Massachusetts - that is, nothing but trees and wildlife. ...
|Colebrook River Lake||
Also known as: Colebrook River Reservoir
With over 800 acres of boating and fishing waters, with no residential development, Colebrook River Lake - straddling the Connecticut and Massachusetts ...
|Crystal Lake||Crystal Lake is a tiny gem nestled within the Cape Cod, Martha's Vineyard and Nantucket tourism region of Massachusetts. This body of water is a prime ...|
Also known as: Wiswall Pond, Silver Lake, Baptist Pond
Crystal Lake has a long history of being the 'town lake' in Newton, Massachusetts. Located in the Greater Boston area, this small natural lake is one ...
|Great Herring Pond||Nestled just minutes from Massachusetts' southeastern coastline, Great Herring Pond is a cozy body of water with a surface area of 376 acres. Most of ...|
Also known as: The Great Pond
One of the earliest of Massachusetts' iconic Great Ponds, beautiful Lake Cochichewick anchors the Town of North Andover to both its past and its future. ...
Also known as: Cochituate Reservoir
Lake Cochituate in the Greater Boston region of Massachusetts is a popular recreational lake just a short distance from the city. The lake, less than ...
|Lake Monomonac||The wind fills the sails, pushing the sailboats across Lake Monomonac. A bewitching combination of pristine white sail cloth and billowing bright colors ...|
|Lake Quinsigamond||Worcester, Massachusetts is well known for many things: John Adams taught school here before becoming the second President of the United States. Songwriter ...|
|Long Pond||A large dose of nature's best medicine awaits visitors to Long Pond in Massachusetts' southeastern region. Located only a few miles west of Plymouth Bay, ...|
|Onota Lake||Tucked away in the gently rolling hills of the Berkshires and surrounded by the City of Pittsfield, Onota Lake is a fantastic destination in the western ...|
Also known as: Otis Lake
She sits by herself on the dock at Otis Reservoir; the coffee steaming in her mug mirrors the mist coming off the water of the lake. Her husband left ...
|Pontoosuc Lake||Pontoosuc Lake is in the heart of the Berkshires, straddling the border between the City of Pittsfield and the Town of Lanesborough in the Western region ...|
|Quabbin Reservoir||One of the country's largest man-made public water supplies, Quabbin Reservoir dominates the landscape in Western Massachusetts. Supplying much of the ...|
|Robin Hood Lake||Ringed with names like King Richard Drive and Will Scarlet Drive, Robin Hood Lake in the Western region of Massachusetts conjures images of another time ...|
|Walden Pond||Part of the American psyche for over 150 years, Walden Pond belongs to us all. This 61-acre pond just outside of Concord, MA was the home of Henry David ...|
Also known as: Lake Chaubunagungamaug
Webster Lake spans 1,442-acres in southern Massachusetts near the Connecticut border. This clear, spring-fed lake is one of the largest natural lakes ...