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

Lake Nacimiento

(California, USA)

5,727 acres

163 miles of shoreline

200 feet max. depth

800 feet above sea level

Located in central California in northern San Luis Obispo County, Lake Nacimiento is truly a sight to see. This 18.6 mile long beauty received the nickname "Dragon Lake" because of its many arms which include Snake Creek, Dip Creek, Las Tablas Creek, and Franklin Creek. With 5,727 water acres, 163 miles of scenic shoreline, and grassy slopes scattered with pine and oak forests, Lake Nacimiento is ... Read full review

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

Lake Nacimiento

(California, USA)

5,727 acres

163 miles of shoreline

200 feet max. depth

800 feet above sea level

Located in central California in northern San Luis Obispo County, Lake Nacimiento is truly a sight to see. This 18.6 mile long beauty received the nickname "Dragon Lake" because of its many arms which include Snake Creek, Dip Creek, Las Tablas Creek, and Franklin Creek. With 5,727 water acres, 163 miles of scenic shoreline, and grassy slopes scattered with pine and oak forests, Lake Nacimiento is ... Read full review

Lake Koshkonong, Wisconsin, USA: Lake Koshkonong Shoreline

Lake Koshkonong

(Wisconsin, USA)

10,460 acres

27 miles of shoreline

7 feet max. depth

776 feet above sea level

Sprawled across southern Wisconsin, just a few miles down the Rock River from Fort Atkinson, Lake Koshkonong is a fantastic place to boat and fish. The Southern Savanna Region lake has a rich history, plentiful wildlife and thousands of acres of beautiful water to draw visitors from all over. Formed by the construction of the Indianford Dam in 1846, Lake Koshkonong is a large shallow lake with ... Read full review

Lake Harding: Dock and Boats at Lake Harding

Lake Harding

(Alabama, USA - Georgia, USA)

5,850 acres

156 miles of shoreline

111 feet max. depth

521 feet above sea level

Stretching 13 miles along the border between Georgia and Alabama, Lake Harding has almost 6,000 acres of water for boating, water skiing and fishing. Also known as Bartlett's Ferry Lake or Bartlett's Ferry Reservoir, the lake is in the River Heritage Region of Alabama and the Presidential Pathways Region of Georgia and in Harris County, Georgia and Lee County, Alabama. Lake Harding's recreation ... Read full review

Hemlock Lake, New York, USA: The Crew Canoeing on Hemlock Lake

Hemlock Lake

(New York, USA)

1,800 acres

17 miles of shoreline

91 feet max. depth

905 feet above sea level

Hemlock Lake, at just 7 miles long and a half mile wide, is one of New York's smallest Finger Lakes, and one of two reserved for supplying water to the City of Rochester. The 1,800-acre reservoir is located in southeast Livingston County, just 25 miles south of Rochester, and serves as a quiet example of how the New York lake country used to be: with most of its shoreline wholly undeveloped, the unassuming ... Read full review

Pine Mountain Lake, California, USA: Swimmers at Pine Mountain Lake

Pine Mountain Lake

(California, USA)

202 acres

6 miles of shoreline

100 feet max. depth

2,550 feet above sea level

Pine Mountain Lake is a private lake and community in Tuolomne County California. With amenities that include a golf course, restaurant and stables open to the public, however, it is obvious that Pine Mountain Lake welcomes visitors. The lake was created by the Pine Mountain Dam which falls under the jurisdiction of the Division of Safety of Dams and the Department of Water Resources in the State ... Read full review

Tonle Sap, Cambodia: Tonle Sap Temple (Wat)

Tonle Sap

(Cambodia)

666,880 acres

30 feet max. depth

14 feet above sea level

The largest freshwater lake in Southeast Asia, Tonle Sap is far more than 'just a lake'. It is the lifeblood of northwestern Cambodia and an ecological treasure revered by environmentalists. The name Tonle Sap means 'large freshwater river', an apt description. During the dry season, Tonle Sap is a modest 1,050 square miles of shallow water about four feet deep. The Tonle Sap River fills a shallow ... Read full review

Lake Eustis, Florida, USA: Lake Eustis Postcard, 1930-1945

Lake Eustis

(Florida, USA)

7,833 acres

28 feet max. depth

63 feet above sea level

One of the unsung gems of Central Florida's Lake County is Lake Eustis. Nearly 8,000 acres, Lake Eustis is a central link in the Harris Chain of Lakes, a key waterbody in the Ocklawaha River watershed and home to about 50,000 area residents. In an area dotted with lakes small and large, and hosting several major Florida rivers, Lake Eustis is quite heavily developed with both year-round and seasonal ... Read full review

Loch Assynt, Scotland, United Kingdom: Loch Assynt Reflections

Loch Assynt

(Scotland, United Kingdom)

1,977 acres

16 miles of shoreline

282 feet max. depth

217 feet above sea level

Hidden away in a remote corner of Northwestern Scotland, Loch Assynt offers a scenic vista consisting of nearly 2,000 acres of sparkling cold waters, several nearby mountains, a castle in ruins, a small settlement and plenty of solitude. The nearly 300-feet deep loch connects to the North Atlantic via the River Inver at the fishing village of Lochinver. Water flows into Loch Assynt from the River ... Read full review

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