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Chena Lake, Alaska, USA: Riverboat on Chena Lake

Chena Lake

(Alaska, USA)

259 acres

38 feet max. depth

489 feet above sea level

If Santa Claus goes fishing, it's at Chena Lake. The small lake on the outskirts of North Pole, Alaska is a very accessible fishery and recreation spot that draws both outdoor and Christmas enthusiasts alike. Chena Lake is an important part of the much larger Chena River Lakes Project. The project is the northernmost flood control project by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and the ... Read full review

Chena Lake, Alaska, USA: Riverboat on Chena Lake

Chena Lake

(Alaska, USA)

259 acres

38 feet max. depth

489 feet above sea level

If Santa Claus goes fishing, it's at Chena Lake. The small lake on the outskirts of North Pole, Alaska is a very accessible fishery and recreation spot that draws both outdoor and Christmas enthusiasts alike. Chena Lake is an important part of the much larger Chena River Lakes Project. The project is the northernmost flood control project by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and the ... Read full review

Santa Fe Lake, Florida, USA: Lake Santa Fe

Santa Fe Lake

(Florida, USA)

5,850 acres

30 feet max. depth

141 feet above sea level

Santa Fe Lake, also known as Lake Santa Fe, is a sparkling 5,850-acre expanse that lies in northeastern Alachua County, Florida. Actually divided into two lakes -- Santa Fe Lake and Little Santa Fe Lake -- this watery playground is connected and easily navigable by boat. The lake is spring-fed and feeds into the Santa Fe River, which eventually empties into the Suwannee River. One of the larger Florida ... Read full review

Lake Nockamixon, Pennsylvania, USA: Lake Nockamixon Marina

Lake Nockamixon

(Pennsylvania, USA)

1,450 acres

24 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

400 feet above sea level

Lake Nockamixon, located in the 5,283 acre Nockamixon State Park, is located in southeastern Pennsylvania's Bucks County. The 1,450 acre reservoir is fed by Tohicken Creek, Three Mile Run, and Hacycock Run and is a destination getaway for many travelers, especially those escaping Philadelphia's busy pace. Most park areas are open from sunrise to sunset, though certain fishing and boating areas ... Read full review

Bodi Lake, Michigan, USA: Tahquamenon Falls by Bodi Lake

Bodi Lake

(Michigan, USA)

306 acres

45 feet max. depth

638 feet above sea level

Seated in Luce County of Michigan's Upper Peninsula, near the coast of Lake Superior, is the little gem called Bodi Lake. Bodi Lake is surrounded by sand dunes interspersed with swamplands, with conifers and a few cottages dotting the picturesque landscape. The shoreline surrounding its 306 acres is mainly gravel and sand. Bodi Lake's maximum depth is 45 feet. Culhane Creek flows out of Bodi Lake ... Read full review

Calamus Reservoir, Nebraska, USA: Sandy beach run at sunset on Calamus Lake

Calamus Reservoir

(Nebraska, USA)

5,124 acres

31 miles of shoreline

2,244 feet above sea level

Located in central Nebraska, the Calamus Reservoir is a wonderful place to relax, appreciate the beauty of nature, and enjoy some fun on the water. The reservoir was built by the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation by constructing a dam across the Calamus River. The dam, which was completed in 1986, was originally called the Calamus Dam, but the name was changed to Virginia Smith Dam in honor of Virginia Dodd ... Read full review

Saint Mary Lake, Montana, USA: Saint Mary Lake Tour Boat

Saint Mary Lake

(Montana, USA)

3,923 acres

23 miles of shoreline

300 feet max. depth

4,484 feet above sea level

At 3900 acres, Saint Mary Lake is the second-largest lake in Glacier National Park. Saint Mary Lake is one of the most visited lakes, because the popular 'Going To The Sun Road' travels along the northern side of the lake for several miles. The road offers several spots where car travelers can get down to the water, and the two campgrounds in this part of the park are reached from the same road. The ... Read full review

Little Manitou Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada: Manitou Beach Gazebo

Little Manitou Lake

(Saskatchewan, Canada)

3,287 acres

27 miles of shoreline

17 feet max. depth

1,642 feet above sea level

One of the most striking wonders of the Saskatchewan prairie, Little Manitou has been amazing its human visitors since well before European settlers arrived in the area. Once a freshwater lake formed in a depression gouged out by glaciers and fed by underground springs, the lake has no outlet, causing the water to become increasingly more mineral-laden. It is believed the tipping point was likely ... Read full review

Lake Bogue Homa, Mississippi, USA: Lake Bogue Homa

Lake Bogue Homa

(Mississippi, USA)

882 acres

18 feet max. depth

226 feet above sea level

In Jones County of Mississippi's Coastal region, Lake Bogue Homa covers 882 surface acres. A mild and "friendly" climate year round and the comfort of countryside greenery make the lake a pleasant place to be for a relaxing boating trip. Lake Bogue Homa, which comes from the Choctaw words "bok" meaning "creek," and "homma" meaning "red," was constructed in 1939 and then transferred to the Mississippi ... Read full review

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