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Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada: Aurora Borealis

Great Slave Lake

(Northwest Territories, Canada)

6,721,280 acres

1,900 miles of shoreline

2,010 feet max. depth

510 feet above sea level

Great Slave Lake is the fifth-largest lake (by acreage) in North America and, following Great Bear Lake, is the second-largest in Canada. A natural lake, it is located in south-central Northwest Territories (NWT). Located just south of the Arctic Circle, Great Slave Lake is frozen about five and a half months out of the year. With an area of nearly 7 million acres and more islands than can be named, ... Read full review

Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories, Canada: Aurora Borealis

Great Slave Lake

(Northwest Territories, Canada)

6,721,280 acres

1,900 miles of shoreline

2,010 feet max. depth

510 feet above sea level

Great Slave Lake is the fifth-largest lake (by acreage) in North America and, following Great Bear Lake, is the second-largest in Canada. A natural lake, it is located in south-central Northwest Territories (NWT). Located just south of the Arctic Circle, Great Slave Lake is frozen about five and a half months out of the year. With an area of nearly 7 million acres and more islands than can be named, ... Read full review

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, Texas, USA: Docks on Lake LBJ

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson

(Texas, USA)

6,449 acres

200 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

825 feet above sea level

Lake Lyndon B. Johnson, also called Lake LBJ, is a 6,449 acre lake located in Llano and Burnet counties of the Texas Hill Country. The third of seven lakes in the Highland Lakes chain, the lake is about 45 miles northwest of Austin. Lake LBJ was created in 1951 by the building of Wirtz Dam at the convergence of the Llano and Colorado Rivers, which meet at the northern portion of the lake. Originally ... Read full review

Charleston Lake, Ontario, Canada: Charleston Lake Summer Evening

Charleston Lake

(Ontario, Canada)

5,359 acres

100 miles of shoreline

300 feet max. depth

300 feet above sea level

A natural haven awaits vacationers in Eastern Ontario along the shores of Charleston Lake. Balanced along the eastern edge of the Frontenac Arch geological formation, Charleston Lake has been the place to go for swimming, boating and fishing for over a hundred years. Charleston Lake has seen visitors since far back in the dim recesses of history, when local native people came here to fish and to shelter ... Read full review

Lake Crescent, Washington, USA: Serene Lake Crescent

Lake Crescent

(Washington, USA)

5,127 acres

624 feet max. depth

580 feet above sea level

Lake Crescent is a majestic glacial lake located at the northern tip of the Olympic National Forest in Clallam County, Washington. Glaciers during the last ice age carved a deep valley in the Olympic Mountains through which Indian Creek flowed. A massive landslide about 8,000 years ago dammed the creek, creating 5,127-acre Lake Crescent. Water flowing into the valley eventually found an outlet into ... Read full review

Faaker See, Carinthia, Austria: Scenic View of Faaker See

Faaker See

(Carinthia, Austria)

544 acres

5 miles of shoreline

97 feet max. depth

1,818 feet above sea level

Lake Faaker is a beautiful alpine lake found in Austria's southern state of Carinthia (Karnten). Tucked against the steep northern slopes of the Karawanken mountain range, the sparkling blue water creates an inviting setting that attracts regional and international visitors. Lake Faaker sits southeast of the municipality of Villach and only seven miles (11 kilometers) north of the Slovenian border ... Read full review

Lake Bracciano, Lazio, Italy: Shore View of Lake Bracciano

Lake Bracciano

(Lazio, Italy)

14,085 acres

20 miles of shoreline

541 feet max. depth

541 feet above sea level

Flocks of sailboats glide across the surface of Lake Bracciano in the Lazio region of Italy. The sails, ranging from pristine white to bright colors worthy of spring dresses, fill with air and push the boats over the 14.085-acre lake. Set against the backdrop of the charming medieval villages that perch on hills, remnants of a long silent volcano, Lake Bracciano sparkles and shines in the Italian ... Read full review

Kelly Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Microbialites, Pavilion Lake

Kelly Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

114 acres

2 miles of shoreline

135 feet max. depth

3,503 feet above sea level

Kelly Lake has secrets. But the biggest secret is a secret no more - and has put small Kelly Lake on the international radar. Both NASA and the Canadian Space Agency are hanging out at Kelly Lake these days, in preparation for exploring Mars in the future. So, what does this remote 115-acre lake have that other lakes don't? It has microbialites that have created rare freshwater carbonate rock formations ... Read full review

Whitmore Lake, Michigan, USA: Harbor Cove Beach Club on Whitmore Lake

Whitmore Lake

(Michigan, USA)

667 acres

6 miles of shoreline

69 feet max. depth

896 feet above sea level

By far the most popular residential lake in the Ann Arbor area is Whitmore Lake. For nearly 100 years this natural lake in the Southeast region of Michigan has been home to seasonal and year-round lakelubbers who enjoy fishing, swimming, boating, waterskiing, tubing, sailing and all types of water sports. Spring-fed, the lake has no natural inlets and no permanent outlets, but a small water control ... Read full review

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