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Lake IJssel: Aerial View of Afsluitdijk Dam at Lake IJssel

Lake IJssel

(Flevoland, Netherlands - Friesland, Netherlands - North Holland, Netherlands)

296,500 acres

Lake IJssel, also known as Lake Yssel and Lake IJsselmeer, stretches approximately 296,500 acres across the north central region of the Netherlands. Lake IJssel borders several provinces including Flevoland, North Holland, and Friesland. The name of the lake comes from the IJssel River, which drains into the lake through a smaller lake called Ketelmeer or Lake Ketel. Lake IJssel was created in 1932 ... Read full review

Lake IJssel: Aerial View of Afsluitdijk Dam at Lake IJssel

Lake IJssel

(Flevoland, Netherlands - Friesland, Netherlands - North Holland, Netherlands)

296,500 acres

Lake IJssel, also known as Lake Yssel and Lake IJsselmeer, stretches approximately 296,500 acres across the north central region of the Netherlands. Lake IJssel borders several provinces including Flevoland, North Holland, and Friesland. The name of the lake comes from the IJssel River, which drains into the lake through a smaller lake called Ketelmeer or Lake Ketel. Lake IJssel was created in 1932 ... Read full review

Eagle Lake, California, USA: Sunset at Eagle Lake

Eagle Lake

(California, USA)

24,000 acres

100 miles of shoreline

5,098 feet above sea level

Eagle Lake, located in Lassen County about 15 miles north of Susanville, California, is one of the largest natural lakes within the state boundaries. At just over 24,000 acres, the lake is an ideal environment to the native osprey and Bald Eagles, from which the natural reservoir got its name. About 85% of Eagle Lake's shoreline is publicly owned by the Bureau of Land Management and the U.S. Forest ... Read full review

Lake Nokomis, Minnesota, USA: Aerial View of Lake Nokomis

Lake Nokomis

(Minnesota, USA)

204 acres

3 miles of shoreline

33 feet max. depth

820 feet above sea level

Tucked away in the heart of Minneapolis, 204-acre Lake Nokomis is settled snugly between two conjoining rivers and a number of quiet neighborhoods. Located in Hennepin County, Lake Nokomis has an average depth of 15 feet and a maximum depth of 33 feet. The lake is encompassed by quaint, quiet Lake Nokomis Park, peppered with blooming flowers in the summer and vibrantly-colored leaves during the fall. ... Read full review

Big Bear Lake, California, USA: Big Bear Lake Beach

Big Bear Lake

(California, USA)

2,971 acres

22 miles of shoreline

72 feet max. depth

6,743 feet above sea level

Located just 100 miles from Los Angeles but wrapped in an entirely different environment, Big Bear Lake is both convenient and escapist. Surrounded by rolling mountain and plunging valleys, Big Bear was dropped into the middle of the San Bernardino National Forest, making it a top destination for nature lovers. The Big Bear Valley was populated by the Serrano Native Americans for 2,500 years before ... Read full review

Kootenay Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Clouds and Blue Sky at Kootenay Lake

Kootenay Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

96,124 acres

124 miles of shoreline

505 feet max. depth

533 feet above sea level

Kootenay Lake's deep, clear waters stretch over 60 miles and 96,000 acres, reflecting the icy peaks of Kokanee Glacier. The lake is beautiful, ringed with the Selkirk and Purcell Mountain Ranges. The lake is home to the Gerrard Rainbow Trout, the world's largest trout, known for their size and ability to put up a good fight. Kootenay Lake is one of the largest natural lakes in British Columbia, ... Read full review

Ammersee, Bavaria, Germany: Ammersee Sunset Serenity

Ammersee

(Bavaria, Germany)

11,614 acres

27 miles of shoreline

266 feet max. depth

1,710 feet above sea level

Tucked away in the foothills of the Bavarian Alps in the land of beer, gardens, and fairytale castles, Ammersee (see =lake) shines like a jewel. Covering about 11,600 acres, Ammer Lake is conveniently located just 20 miles southwest of Munich, making it an ideal weekend getaway for city dwellers and international tourists alike. The lake is glacial in origin with a history dating back to ancient times. ... Read full review

Virginia Lakes Chain of Lakes, California, USA: Virginia Lakes Autumn

Virginia Lakes Chain of Lakes

(California, USA)

Uncrowded and unspoiled are the perfect words to describe the nine Virginia Lakes. Strung along Virginia Creek in California's High Sierras, most of the lakes require a bit of a hike to get to. Virginia Creek isn't navigable so no boats ever intrude on six of these alpine lakes. The three accessible lakes are limited to canoes, kayaks, row boats and trolling motors. And, since the largest lake only ... Read full review

Buckskin Hills Lake, Nebraska, USA: Early Spring in the Morning on Buckskin Hills Lake

Buckskin Hills Lake

(Nebraska, USA)

75 acres

1 miles of shoreline

26 feet max. depth

1,350 feet above sea level

Buckskin Hills Lake is a small prairie lake of about 75 acres located in northeastern Nebraska's Dixon County. Lying four miles southwest of the town of Newcastle, Buckskin Hills is easily accessible from Sioux City, Iowa, 30 miles to the southeast and Sioux Falls, South Dakota, 60 miles north. To find the lake hidden among the gently rolling hills: turn south off of Highway 12 onto gravel road 581 ... Read full review

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