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Big Sand Lake, Minnesota, USA: Big Sand Lake Sunset

Big Sand Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

1,659 acres

8 miles of shoreline

135 feet max. depth

1,428 feet above sea level

One of the many beautiful lakes in Northwest Minnesota is Big Sand Lake with over 1600 acres, providing many opportunities to enjoy water sports of all types. Located 40 miles south of Bemidji, Big Sand Lake often doesn't make the first-time visitor's radar as it has only two lodge resorts along its shoreline. Most of the eight-mile lakefront is privately owned and holds many properties that have ... Read full review

Big Sand Lake, Minnesota, USA: Big Sand Lake Sunset

Big Sand Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

1,659 acres

8 miles of shoreline

135 feet max. depth

1,428 feet above sea level

One of the many beautiful lakes in Northwest Minnesota is Big Sand Lake with over 1600 acres, providing many opportunities to enjoy water sports of all types. Located 40 miles south of Bemidji, Big Sand Lake often doesn't make the first-time visitor's radar as it has only two lodge resorts along its shoreline. Most of the eight-mile lakefront is privately owned and holds many properties that have ... Read full review

Onota Lake, Massachusetts, USA: turtle just chillin

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

Lakes of Hot Springs Village, Arkansas, USA: Ouachita Mountains-Late Winter

Lakes of Hot Springs Village

(Arkansas, USA)

1,996 acres

83 feet max. depth

730 feet above sea level

In one of the nation's largest gated communities, the eleven man-made lakes of Hot Springs Village provide scenic recreational lakeside living. Begun in the 1970's, 26,000-acre Hot Springs Village is 16 miles north of Hot Spring and has a wealth of amenities that make living and relaxing here a desirable option. Set along the slopes of the Ouachita Mountains, the lakes of Hot Springs Village provide ... Read full review

Crescent Lake, Oregon, USA: Winter Serenity

Crescent Lake

(Oregon, USA)

4,008 acres

12 miles of shoreline

265 feet max. depth

4,839 feet above sea level

Crescent Lake, aptly named for its shape, lies on the eastern slope of the Cascade Mountains, in the northwest corner of Klamath County, Oregon. With 4,008 acres of sparkling blue water, and over 12 miles of wooded shoreline and sandy beaches, the lake offers visitors plenty of opportunity for outdoor recreation and family fun. Crescent Lake is located within the Deschutes National Forest. The ... Read full review

Derwentwater, England, United Kingdom: Derwentwater Reflections

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

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Blue Bells at Stave Lake

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

14,332 acres

331 feet max. depth

262 feet above sea level

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake are reservoirs located about an hour east of Vancouver in British Columbia's Fraser Valley. Managed by BC Hydro, these lakes provide many recreational opportunities as well as a healthy portion of BC's hydroelectric power. A corner of Golden Ears Provincial Park encloses a portion of Stave Lake's northwestern shoreline, and a few private cottages cling to the steep hillsides ... Read full review

Lewis and Clark Lake: Gavins Point Dam Spillway

Lewis and Clark Lake

(Nebraska, USA - South Dakota, USA)

28,000 acres

90 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

1,208 feet above sea level

Stretching 25 miles long and straddling the Nebraska and South Dakota border, 28,000-acre Lewis and Clark Lake is the smallest of the Missouri River reservoirs. Lewis and Clark Lake has become one of the most popular recreational spots in the Great Plains. It is located along Highway 121, near the town of Crofton, on the Nebraska side, and a few miles west of Yankton on Highway 52 on the South Dakota ... Read full review

Milford Lake, Kansas, USA: Windy day

Milford Lake

(Kansas, USA)

15,709 acres

163 miles of shoreline

65 feet max. depth

1,144 feet above sea level

Milford Lake is the largest reservoir in Kansas with 163 shoreline miles and 16,000 surface acres. The lake offers abundant recreational opportunities with prime fishing, sandy swimming beaches, and public ramps for launching boats, canoes, and sailboats. Known as the "Lake of Blue Water," scenic Milford Lake is easily accessible, about 30 miles west of Manhattan in the Flint Hills of Kansas. The ... Read full review

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