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Lake Wingra, Wisconsin, USA: Lake Wingra Summer Fun

Lake Wingra

(Wisconsin, USA)

321 acres

4 miles of shoreline

14 feet max. depth

848 feet above sea level

Lake Wingra is a 320-acre lake in the Yahara River Chain of Lakes that flows through Wisconsin's Southern Savannah Region. Located in the heart of downtown Madison, Wisconsin's capital city, Lake Wingra provides a wealth of recreational opportunities and a healthy dose of nature to the city's many inhabitants. There is no private property along the nearly four miles of shoreline; instead, Lake Wingra ... Read full review

Lake Wingra, Wisconsin, USA: Lake Wingra Summer Fun

Lake Wingra

(Wisconsin, USA)

321 acres

4 miles of shoreline

14 feet max. depth

848 feet above sea level

Lake Wingra is a 320-acre lake in the Yahara River Chain of Lakes that flows through Wisconsin's Southern Savannah Region. Located in the heart of downtown Madison, Wisconsin's capital city, Lake Wingra provides a wealth of recreational opportunities and a healthy dose of nature to the city's many inhabitants. There is no private property along the nearly four miles of shoreline; instead, Lake Wingra ... Read full review

Lake McConaughy, Nebraska, USA: Juvenile Large Mouth Bass

Lake McConaughy

(Nebraska, USA)

30,500 acres

76 miles of shoreline

135 feet max. depth

3,265 feet above sea level

Lake McConaughy, commonly called Big Mac, is Nebraska's largest reservoir with 30,500 acres and 76 shoreline miles. Lake McConaughy is conveniently located near Interstate 80 in southwestern Nebraska's Prairie Lakes region near the city of Ogallala, the county seat of Keith County. Although Big Mac was created to serve as an irrigation reservoir and hydroelectric plant for southwest Nebraska, the ... Read full review

Lake Tuz, Turkey: Lake Tuz Shoreline

Lake Tuz

(Turkey)

321,237 acres

5 feet max. depth

Known as Turkey's great salt lake, Lake Tuz is a sight every visitor to the Anatolia region (Asian Turkey) must see. Second-largest lake in the country, Lake Tuz is very salty, with the waters consisting of over 32% salt. And, as is common with large salt lakes, Lake Tuz is also home to a large population of flamingos. Located along the main highway between the capital city of Ankara and the sightseeing ... Read full review

Conchas Lake, New Mexico, USA: Conchas Lake and Dam

Conchas Lake

(New Mexico, USA)

9,600 acres

52 miles of shoreline

158 feet max. depth

4,185 feet above sea level

Conchas Lake stretches 11 miles southwest along the Conchas River, and about 14 miles along the South Canadian River in eastern New Mexico. Located northwest of Tucumcari, Conchas Lake offers varied shoreline, secluded coves, canyons, and sandy beaches. Although most of the 88 miles of shoreline is privately owned, the 14% owned and maintained by the U.S. Corps of Engineers provides excellent opportunity ... Read full review

Tims Ford Lake, Tennessee, USA: Pontoon Boat on Tims Ford Lake

Tims Ford Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

10,700 acres

241 miles of shoreline

150 feet max. depth

888 feet above sea level

Nestled in south central Tennessee between Tullahoma and Winchester, the clear, deep water of the Elk River meets the wooded sloped shores of Tims Ford Reservoir. The water creates inlets and coves popular with both anglers and boaters. Evidence suggests that the area has been inhabited for over 10,000 years as a hunting and fishing ground for the middle woodland tribes. The Reservoir wasn't ... Read full review

Bow Lake, New Hampshire, USA: Bow Lake Autumn

Bow Lake

(New Hampshire, USA)

1,150 acres

7 miles of shoreline

65 feet max. depth

515 feet above sea level

New Hampshire's Bow Lake is located about 30 miles south of better-known Lake Winnipesaukee in the state's Lakes Region. Bow Lake has its own special set of charms that endears it to residents and visitors alike. A part of colonial New Hampshire history, the lake gradually came into being when a series of water-powered mills were built at the outlet to small Bow Pond in the 1700s. Although the date ... Read full review

Lake Okeechobee, Florida, USA: Sunset over Lake Okeechobee

Lake Okeechobee

(Florida, USA)

451,000 acres

135 miles of shoreline

12 feet max. depth

14 feet above sea level

With over 451,000 blue, watery acres, Lake Okeechobee is a lake with many titles. It is, by surface acreage, the largest lake in Florida. It also holds the distinction of being the fourth-largest lake wholly contained within the USA. (Lake Michigan, Alaska's Lake Iliamna, and Great Salt Lake are larger.) Nicknamed Florida's Inland Sea, Lake O, and The Big Lake, Lake Okeechobee also surprises by ... Read full review

Otisco Lake, New York, USA: Fields of Green on Otisco Lake

Otisco Lake

(New York, USA)

2,214 acres

13 miles of shoreline

76 feet max. depth

788 feet above sea level

Approximately 20 miles southwest of Syracuse, New York, Otisco Lake is the easternmost of the 11 Finger Lakes. Just under six miles long, 3/4 miles across at its widest point, and 60 feet deep at its deepest point, it is seventh in size among the Finger Lakes. It is fed at the southern end by Spafford Creek, Amber Brook, Rice Brook, and Willow Brook. Its northern outflow feeds Onondaga Lake by way ... Read full review

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