Poland Lakes by Region
- Drawskie Lake District
- Lake Sniardwy
- Ilawa Lakeland
- Masurian Lakes District
- Lake Krosino
- Wygonin Lake
- Lake Niegocin
Poland Lakes and Reservoirs
Poland Lakes A-Z
Lakes in Poland
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Drawskie Lake District||
Also known as: Drawsko Lake District, Drawskie Lakeland
In northern Poland, over 250 lakes are showcased in the Drawskie Lake District's environmentally diverse landscape. Mountains tower in their alpine beauty ...
Also known as: Ilawa Lake District
Situated in northern Poland, the Ilawa Lakeland has over 40 lakes and nearly 65 miles of trails. The Ilawa Lake District is well known for having sparkling ...
Also known as: Jezioro Krosino, Lake Krosno
Lake Krosino is a gem of a lake on the Drava River in Poland's West Pomeranian Voivodeship (administrative district). A part of the Drawsko Lakeland area, ...
Also known as: Niegocin Lake
Located in an area dubbed "a land of a thousand lakes," Lake Niegocin is one of more than 2,000 lakes in the Masurian Lake District of northeastern Poland. ...
|Lake Sniardwy||Lake Sniardwy is located in the Masurian Lake District of northeastern Poland and is the largest lake in the country. With 27,182 acres of crystal blue ...|
Also known as: Lake Zegrzynski, Zegrzynski Reservoir, Zalew Zegrzynskie
Lake Zegrze, or more precisely Zalew Zegrzynski, is one of the largest artificial reservoirs in the Masovian Province of central Poland. The reservoir ...
Also known as: Lubuskie Lake District, Lubusz Lakeland
The Lubuskie Lakeland, or Lubuskie Lake District, is located in mid-western Poland in the Lubusz Province. The area was once covered by the Scandinavian ...
|Masurian Lakes District||The Masurian Lake District of Poland is the most sought-after vacation destination in central Europe for lake lovers. Containing over 2000 lakes, most ...|
Also known as: Jezioro Wygonin
Wygonin Lake is set in the quiet, unpopulated portion of northern Poland's Pomerania region, where visitors come for a soothing retreat. It is easy to ...