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Washoe Lake, Nevada, USA: February at Washoe Lake

Washoe Lake

(Nevada, USA)

5,800 acres

12 feet max. depth

5,029 feet above sea level

Washoe Lake, along with the smaller Little Washoe Lakes, is located in western Nevada between Carson City and Reno. Nestled in peaceful Washoe Valley, the lake has stunning views of both the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Carson Range. The 8,053 acre Washoe Lake State Park was established in 1977 to preserve this scenic area from development, and today the park provides numerous recreational and ... Read full review

Washoe Lake, Nevada, USA: February at Washoe Lake

Washoe Lake

(Nevada, USA)

5,800 acres

12 feet max. depth

5,029 feet above sea level

Washoe Lake, along with the smaller Little Washoe Lakes, is located in western Nevada between Carson City and Reno. Nestled in peaceful Washoe Valley, the lake has stunning views of both the Sierra Nevada Mountains and the Carson Range. The 8,053 acre Washoe Lake State Park was established in 1977 to preserve this scenic area from development, and today the park provides numerous recreational and ... Read full review

Lake Mendota, Wisconsin, USA: Memorial Union Terrace, University of Wisconsin

Lake Mendota

(Wisconsin, USA)

9,842 acres

22 miles of shoreline

82 feet max. depth

849 feet above sea level

Sometimes called the "City of 4 Lakes," Madison in Dane County is the capital of Wisconsin and its second largest city. Its "Lake, City, Lake" trademark is very appropriate. Madison sits on an isthmus - a narrow strip of land connecting two larger bodies of land bordered on two sides by water. In Madison's case Lake Monona is on one side and Lake Mendota is on the other. Lake Waubesa and Lake ... Read full review

Lake Wallenpaupack, Pennsylvania, USA: Foggy Day in Winter at Lake Wallenpaupack

Lake Wallenpaupack

(Pennsylvania, USA)

5,700 acres

52 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

1,186 feet above sea level

Lake Wallenpaupack is a prime recreation destination in northeast Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains region, nestled among the counties of Hawley, Pike, and Wayne. Created in 1927 by the Pennsylvania Power and Light Company (PPL) for hydroelectric power, the lake stretches out over 5,700 acres and boasts 52 miles of shoreline. The average water depth is about 30 feet, with a maximum depth of 60 feet. ... Read full review

Lake Osoyoos: Panoramic View of Lake Osoyoos

Lake Osoyoos

(British Columbia, Canada - Washington, USA)

5,729 acres

30 miles of shoreline

208 feet max. depth

911 feet above sea level

Lake Osoyoos spans more than 5,700 acres and straddles the border of British Columbia, Canada and Washington state in the United States. The Okanagan River flows into Lake Osoyoos in a semi-arid region of British Columbia known as Desert Wine Country. This region has very low annual rainfall and some of the highest average temperatures in Canada. In fact, the lake is the warmest in Canada and is ... Read full review

Lake Tappan: Shoreline at Tappan Lake

Lake Tappan

(New Jersey, USA - New York, USA)

1,255 acres

43 feet max. depth

44 feet above sea level

Lake Tappan is one of a series of reservoirs that was created to deliver drinking water to the huge population of the New York City metro area. The lake contains about 1250 acres of water, and nearly 12 million gallons are released daily to the downstream Oradell Reservoir. It straddles the border of New Jersey and New York. The water level is controlled by United Water, a privately owned Utility ... Read full review

John W. Flannagan Reservoir, Virginia, USA: Campground at John W. Flannagan Reservoir

John W. Flannagan Reservoir

(Virginia, USA)

1,145 acres

50 miles of shoreline

166 feet max. depth

1,396 feet above sea level

The John W. Flannagan Reservoir is a 1,145-acre lake located in Dickenson County in the southwest Heart of Appalachia region of Virginia. Named in honor of the ninth Virginia District Congressman, John Williams Flannagan, Jr., the John W. Flannagan dam and spillway were completed in 1964 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and provide flood protection and drinking water for areas downstream of Pound ... Read full review

Lake Khovsgol, Mongolia: Base Camp at Lake Khovsgol

Lake Khovsgol

(Mongolia)

682,008 acres

876 feet max. depth

5,397 feet above sea level

Often referred to as "The Dark Blue Pearl", Lake Khovsgol is Mongolia's largest and deepest lake. Located in the northernmost province and surrounded by wooded mountains, Lake Khuvsgul is 84 miles long, 22 wide, 860 feet deep and sits at an altitude of 5,397 feet above sea level. It is frozen from January until April or May. Lake Khovsgol is the second largest fresh water lake in Central Asia and ... Read full review

Trinidad Lake, Colorado, USA: Sailing at Trinidad Lake

Trinidad Lake

(Colorado, USA)

800 acres

11 miles of shoreline

6,194 feet above sea level

Seated at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in southeastern Colorado, Trinidad Lake is a great place to fish, boat, sail, and enjoy the outdoors. With its rich history, the nearby town of Trinidad rounds out a visit to the lake providing something to interest everyone. An impoundment of the Purgatoire River, Trinidad Lake was created for flood control and to provide water for irrigation and ... Read full review

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