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Lake Arrowhead, Georgia, USA: Shore View of Lake Arrowhead

Lake Arrowhead

(Georgia, USA)

540 acres

11 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

1,020 feet above sea level

Imagine verdant forests and alluring mountain peaks reflected off crystal clear, Georgia spring-fed water - and you're picturing Lake Arrowhead. This private lake is tucked in the outskirts of Metro-Atlanta's Cherokee County. Its name can be attributed to both its physical shape resembling an arrowhead, as well as the huge community of native Americans that once flourished here. Both lush vegetation ... Read full review

Lake Arrowhead, Georgia, USA: Shore View of Lake Arrowhead

Lake Arrowhead

(Georgia, USA)

540 acres

11 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

1,020 feet above sea level

Imagine verdant forests and alluring mountain peaks reflected off crystal clear, Georgia spring-fed water - and you're picturing Lake Arrowhead. This private lake is tucked in the outskirts of Metro-Atlanta's Cherokee County. Its name can be attributed to both its physical shape resembling an arrowhead, as well as the huge community of native Americans that once flourished here. Both lush vegetation ... Read full review

Fletcher Pond, Michigan, USA: Peaceful

Fletcher Pond

(Michigan, USA)

8,970 acres

25 miles of shoreline

12 feet max. depth

Fletcher Pond, also known as the Fletcher Flooding, is an impoundment first created in 1935 when the Alpena Power Company dammed the Upper South Branch of the Thunder Bay River and began flooding 9000 acres of marshland. The Upper South Dam is now owned by the Thunder Bay Power Company which controls water levels as the pond serves as a retention pond for downstream hydroelectric generation. No beautiful ... Read full review

Billy Clapp Lake, Washington, USA: Shore View of Billy Clapp Lake

Billy Clapp Lake

(Washington, USA)

1,010 acres

1,335 feet above sea level

Located in north central Washington, two miles northeast of Stratford, Billy Clapp Lake offers visitors year round access to its deep blue waters. Billy Clapp Lake is a part of the Columbia Basin Project built by the US Bureau of Reclamation to provide flood protection and irrigation capabilities to the thousands of acres in the Columbia River Basin and surrounding areas. Millions of years ago, ... Read full review

Lake Villarrica, Chile: Sunset at Lake Villarrica

Lake Villarrica

(Chile)

42,749 acres

165 feet max. depth

755 feet above sea level

Lake Villarrica in Chile shares its name with one of Chile's most active volcanoes on its southern shore and a city on its western shore. All three combine to make the area one of the top tourist destinations in Chile that offer year round excitement and adventure tourism known as Chile's Lakes District, a place of lakes and volcanoes. Lake Villarrica is also known as "Mallolafquen" which is its ... Read full review

Kenai Lake, Alaska, USA: Reflection on Kenai Lake

Kenai Lake

(Alaska, USA)

13,813 acres

541 feet max. depth

433 feet above sea level

One of the largest glacial lakes in the Kenai River System, Kenai Lake is a beautiful lake in a road-accessible area of Alaska. The backdrop of the majestic Kenai Mountains and its proximity to the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge make Kenai Lake a great wilderness getaway. Boomerang shaped Kenai Lake is 22 miles long and over 540 feet deep. It is fed by several glacial tributaries including the ... Read full review

Tims Ford Lake, Tennessee, USA: Pontoon Boat on Tims Ford Lake

Tims Ford Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

10,700 acres

241 miles of shoreline

150 feet max. depth

888 feet above sea level

Nestled in south central Tennessee between Tullahoma and Winchester, the clear, deep water of the Elk River meets the wooded sloped shores of Tims Ford Reservoir. The water creates inlets and coves popular with both anglers and boaters. Evidence suggests that the area has been inhabited for over 10,000 years as a hunting and fishing ground for the middle woodland tribes. The Reservoir wasn't ... Read full review

Lake Wales Ridge and Crooked Lake, Florida, USA: Florida Scrub-Jay

Lake Wales Ridge and Crooked Lake

(Florida, USA)

3,552 acres

23 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

120 feet above sea level

Remnants of desert sea islands 2.3 million years old host the hundreds of lakes along Florida's Lake Wales Ridge. This large area encompasses a broad swath across the East Central, West Central and South Florida tourism regions. Called the 'spine' of the Florida peninsula, the ancient Lake Wales Ridge was once only a series of mid-ocean sand dunes until receding waters uncovered the rest of the state. ... Read full review

Onota Lake, Massachusetts, USA: Blue Heron

Onota Lake

(Massachusetts, USA)

617 acres

66 feet max. depth

1,086 feet above sea level

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 region of Massachusetts. With 617 acres of water, the lake has more than enough room for boating and water sports, and anglers will find plenty of fish to challenge them. The water, however, is just the tip of what Onota Lake has to offer. The ... Read full review

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