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Lake June in Winter, Florida, USA: Boating on Lake June-in-Winter

Lake June in Winter

(Florida, USA)

3,700 acres

40 feet max. depth

75 feet above sea level

Lake June in Winter, often referred to simply as Lake June, is a 3,504 acre freshwater lake in the Lake Placid area of south-central Florida. Formerly known as Lake Stearns, the multi-recreational lake is the second largest in Highlands County, Florida. In the early 1920s the Lake Childs Company was established in the town of Lake Stearns, FL in order to develop land in the area. The company was ... Read full review

Lake June in Winter, Florida, USA: Boating on Lake June-in-Winter

Lake June in Winter

(Florida, USA)

3,700 acres

40 feet max. depth

75 feet above sea level

Lake June in Winter, often referred to simply as Lake June, is a 3,504 acre freshwater lake in the Lake Placid area of south-central Florida. Formerly known as Lake Stearns, the multi-recreational lake is the second largest in Highlands County, Florida. In the early 1920s the Lake Childs Company was established in the town of Lake Stearns, FL in order to develop land in the area. The company was ... Read full review

Manicouagan Reservoir, Quebec, Canada: Aerial View of Manicouagan Reservoir

Manicouagan Reservoir

(Quebec, Canada)

481,856 acres

821 miles of shoreline

1,146 feet max. depth

1,201 feet above sea level

Manicouagan Reservoir is one of the world's most interesting geological features. This huge annular (circular) lake was shaped by a number of factors, earliest of which was an asteroid strike an estimated 211 million years ago which created an impact crater over 60 miles across. In more recent history, a hydroelectric dam built across the Manicouagan River in the 1960s deepened the water so that ... Read full review

Hungry Mother Lake, Virginia, USA: Hungry Mother Hiking Trail

Hungry Mother Lake

(Virginia, USA)

108 acres

3 miles of shoreline

32 feet max. depth

2,178 feet above sea level

Surrounded by mountain vistas, the 108-acre Hungry Mother Lake is the recreational centerpiece of southwestern Virginia's 2,180-acre Hungry Mother State Park, in Smyth County near Marion. Its beach attracts swimmers, sunbathers, picnickers, and volleyball players. Its waters attract anglers, kayakers, and others with human- and electric-powered watercraft. Boats can be rented inside the park, or privately ... Read full review

Pelican Lake-St. Louis County, Minnesota, USA: Dusk at Pelican Lake near the Town of Orr

Pelican Lake-St. Louis County

(Minnesota, USA)

10,945 acres

54 miles of shoreline

38 feet max. depth

1,288 feet above sea level

Pelican Lake lies adjacent to the small town of Orr in St. Louis County, Minnesota. Pelican Lake has 54 miles of shoreline and is peppered with 53 islands. [There are more than 10 Pelican Lakes in Minnesota; this one is the largest.] Pelican Lake's shoreline is extensively developed with homes, cottages, and resorts. Pelican Lake is a relatively shallow lake: maximum depth is 38 feet, and 5,789 ... Read full review

Lake Francis Case, South Dakota, USA: Shore View Lake Francis Case

Lake Francis Case

(South Dakota, USA)

95,000 acres

540 miles of shoreline

1,350 feet above sea level

Lake Francis Case, one of the most popular recreation spots in the Great Plains, is located along the Missouri River in south-central South Dakota. Lake Francis Case is one of four reservoirs constructed along the Missouri River in South Dakota; the other three are Lewis and Clark Lake, Lake Sharpe, and Lake Oahe. Stretching 107 miles from the community of Pickstown to Big Bend Dam near Fort Thompson, ... Read full review

Calaveras Lake, Texas, USA: Monster's Brother!

Calaveras Lake

(Texas, USA)

3,624 acres

50 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

485 feet above sea level

Created in 1969 to be a power plant cooling pond, Calaveras Reservoir has developed into one of Texas' premiere bass lakes. The manmade jewel is 20 miles southeast of downtown San Antonio in the South Texas Plains tourism region of Texas. It is known for its trophy-sized fish catches, great boating, and water sport opportunities. Calaveras Reservoir and the smaller Victor Braunig Lake were one ... Read full review

Bumping Lake, Washington, USA: Mt. Adams and Bumping Lake

Bumping Lake

(Washington, USA)

1,300 acres

10 miles of shoreline

117 feet max. depth

3,426 feet above sea level

Lying near the shadow of Mt. Rainier, Bumping Lake is the first of six reservoirs owned and operated by the Bureau of Reclamation. Part of the Yakima Project, these reservoirs store water to irrigate the fertile land in south-central Washington. Bumping Lake Dam impounds an original natural glacial lake located within the Naches Ranger District of the Wenatchee National Forest. Surrounded by the breathtaking ... Read full review

Castaic Lake, California, USA: Aerial View of Castaic Lake

Castaic Lake

(California, USA)

2,427 acres

32 miles of shoreline

330 feet max. depth

1,500 feet above sea level

Almost every lake promises something for everyone, but Castaic Lake in Los Angeles County, California delivers. With separate sections of its 2,427 acres of water designated for different uses, there is truly room for everyone. Surrounded by the Castaic Lake State Recreation Area and just 45 minutes north of Los Angeles, Castaic Lake has world class fishing and easy access to world-renowned shopping ... Read full review

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