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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

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

Henrys Lake, Idaho, USA: Henrys Lake Vista from Sawtell Peak

Henrys Lake

(Idaho, USA)

6,500 acres

14 miles of shoreline

21 feet max. depth

6,472 feet above sea level

Hidden in the far north corner of Eastern Idaho, just over the border from both Montana and Wyoming, Henrys Lake attracts thousands of visitors every year. At approximately 6500 acres, Henrys Lake is a natural lake formed by glaciers and fed by several inflowing streams and springs. Less than 10 miles from the Continental Divide, Henrys Lake is the headwaters of Henrys Fork - famed tributary to the ... Read full review

Pomme de Terre Lake, Missouri, USA: Boat Launch at Pomme de Terre Lake

Pomme de Terre Lake

(Missouri, USA)

7,821 acres

113 miles of shoreline

95 feet max. depth

839 feet above sea level

One of Missouri's lesser-known recreational destinations is Pomme De Terre Lake. Construction of this reservoir was completed in 1961, although it had been in the planning stages since 1947. The new reservoir serves a critical purpose: to control periodic flooding downstream, which it does very well. It has now gained a second important purpose-that of providing recreational resources in western Central ... Read full review

Lake Arrowhead, California, USA: Marina at Lake Arrowhead

Lake Arrowhead

(California, USA)

784 acres

13 miles of shoreline

145 feet max. depth

5,107 feet above sea level

In 1891 a group of Ohio businessmen formed a company to construct a reservoir to provide water to irrigate the southern California lowlands. Lake Arrowhead, the resulting reservoir, is much more than simply a source of water. The self proclaimed "Jewel of Southern California" nestled in the San Bernardino Mountains has a rich history and a charming town to explore. The Arrowhead Reservoir Company, ... Read full review

Loch Assynt, Scotland, United Kingdom: Panoramic View of Loch Assynt, Quinag Mountain & Breabag Peak

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

Lake Itasca, Minnesota, USA: Source of the Mississippi River

Lake Itasca

(Minnesota, USA)

1,162 acres

13 miles of shoreline

40 feet max. depth

1,475 feet above sea level

The headwaters of the mighty Mississippi River originate at 1,162-acre Lake Itasca. Wild and impressive, this beautiful lake is surrounded entirely by Itasca State Park. What isn't well known, however, is that Lake Itasca isn't a natural body of water. The original beginnings of the major river were a series of small ponds within a large swamp. The site of the lake was first visited in 1804 by a ... Read full review

Lake Timiskaming: Fort Temiscamingue Remnants at Lake Timiskaming

Lake Timiskaming

(Ontario, Canada - Quebec, Canada)

72,960 acres

709 feet max. depth

585 feet above sea level

Large, scenic and inviting, Lake Timiskaming forms part of the border between Ontario and Quebec. A full 68 miles long, Lake Timiskaming is about 5 miles wide at its widest point. However, that width is deceptive; the lake formed in a rift valley and is more than 700 feet deep in spots. The lake lies in the northern extension of the Ottawa-Bonnechere Graben, which is part of the Saint Lawrence rift ... Read full review

Lake Blackshear, Georgia, USA: Michelle, Travis & Andrew Hughes

Lake Blackshear

(Georgia, USA)

8,700 acres

97 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

237 feet above sea level

One of the best-kept secrets in southwest Georgia is Lake Blackshear. Conveniently located two hours south of Atlanta and 99 miles from Florida off I-75, Lake Blackshear is a sports paradise for residents and visitors alike. The lake was created in 1930 by damming of the Flint River to provide low-cost power to the citizens of Crisp County, Georgia. It was the first county in the nation to own and ... Read full review

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