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Josephine Lake, Washington, USA: Lake Josephine Shoreline

Josephine Lake

(Washington, USA)

73 acres

21 feet max. depth

196 feet above sea level

Located on the east side of Anderson Island, Josephine Lake is a residential paradise. Anderson is a large island located in Puget Sound, a waterway with numerous channels and branches. Anderson Island and Josephine Lake have a rich history which has been documented by the Anderson Island Historical Society. The Island received its name in 1841 by Commander Charles Wilkes in honor of Alexander Caulfield ... Read full review

Josephine Lake, Washington, USA: Lake Josephine Shoreline

Josephine Lake

(Washington, USA)

73 acres

21 feet max. depth

196 feet above sea level

Located on the east side of Anderson Island, Josephine Lake is a residential paradise. Anderson is a large island located in Puget Sound, a waterway with numerous channels and branches. Anderson Island and Josephine Lake have a rich history which has been documented by the Anderson Island Historical Society. The Island received its name in 1841 by Commander Charles Wilkes in honor of Alexander Caulfield ... Read full review

Buttermere, England, United Kingdom: Shore View of Buttermere

Buttermere

(England, United Kingdom)

222 acres

3 miles of shoreline

75 feet max. depth

328 feet above sea level

Located among the western lakes in England's Lake District, ruggedly beautiful Buttermere is one of a chain of three spectacular lakes. Running from northwest to southeast, Loweswater (148 acres), Crummock Water (618 acres) and Buttermere (222 acres) provide some of Lakeland's most stunning scenes of green meadows, sparkling lakes and towering fells (mountains). Owned by The National Trust, Buttermere ... Read full review

Trap Pond, Delaware, USA: The State Park at Trap Pond

Trap Pond

(Delaware, USA)

107 acres

8 feet max. depth

Surrounded by bald cypress in the middle of one of the "First State's" state parks, Trap Pond is a beautiful piece of Delaware wilderness. Part of one of the largest surviving wetlands in Delaware and Sussex County, Trap Pond has abundant wildlife and exceptional recreation opportunities. Trap Pond was created in the late 1700's to power a sawmill used to harvest the area's large bald cypress. ... Read full review

Lough Ennell, Ireland: Boat at Lough Ennel

Lough Ennell

(Ireland)

3,540 acres

98 feet max. depth

268 feet above sea level

Lough Ennell is nestled into Ireland's countryside, near the town of Mullingar, and features a steep, stony and picturesque shoreline. The beauty of the lough, or lake, is harmonized by its significance in providing a natural habitat for diverse flora and fauna. Some of the plants found along the shoreline are rare and all are enjoyed by nature lovers. Naturalists are not the only ones who will enjoy ... Read full review

Morse Reservoir, Indiana, USA: Shore View of Morse Reservoir

Morse Reservoir

(Indiana, USA)

1,500 acres

33 miles of shoreline

43 feet max. depth

810 feet above sea level

Located in central Indiana, Morse Reservoir awaits visitors and those looking to relocate to the good life. The lake is just a short drive from Indianapolis and provides all types of water sport activities like boating, water skiing, fishing, swimming and relaxing at the beach. With two parks on its shores, visitors can enjoy a picnic, sunbathing on the beach, volleyball or frisbee golf. Don't ... Read full review

Lake Terramuggus, Connecticut, USA: Lake Terramuggus

Lake Terramuggus

(Connecticut, USA)

83 acres

43 feet max. depth

453 feet above sea level

Located in the quiet rural area of Marlborough, Connecticut, Lake Terramuggus is proclaimed to be an undiscovered gem. The serenity of this lake offers residents year round entertainment and scenic beauty. Lake Terramuggus is owned by the town of Marlborough. Boat motors are restricted to 3.3hp or less and are usually used only on small fishing boats. While this keeps the noise level down around ... Read full review

Lake Leelanau, Michigan, USA: Clouds over Lake Leelanau

Lake Leelanau

(Michigan, USA)

8,320 acres

41 miles of shoreline

121 feet max. depth

617 feet above sea level

Michigan is a bounty of natural resources - a place where every town is less than two hours from a body of water. Among these bodies of water, Lake Leelanau (pronounced LEE-lan-awe) stands out not only because of its Narrows, which separate the North Lake from the South Lake, but also because of its close proximity to some of the most outstanding attractions in the country. Lake Leelanau lies in the ... Read full review

Fishing Creek Reservoir, South Carolina, USA: Fishing creek Dam

Fishing Creek Reservoir

(South Carolina, USA)

3,112 acres

78 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

417 feet above sea level

Fishing Creek Reservoir, on the Catawba River in the Old English Region of South Carolina is aptly named: the 3112-acre lake provides a steady source of water to Chester County, South Carolina and a source of fishing and paddling enjoyment to both residents and visitors. Created in 1916, the reservoir provides hydroelectric power to Duke Energy's Fishing Creek Hydroelectric Station dam, known locally ... Read full review

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