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Moses Lake, Washington, USA: Moses Lake Waterfront

Moses Lake

(Washington, USA)

6,800 acres

62 miles of shoreline

38 feet max. depth

1,046 feet above sea level

Located where Washington State's Pacific coast transforms into the arid desert of the eastern half, Moses Lake has over 6,800 acres of surface area encircled by over 62 miles of shoreline. Moses Lake offers a wide array of boating, fishing, camping, and swimming opportunities in Grant County. The dusty and dry conditions of Central Washington led to the creation of Moses Lake. Windblown sand created ... Read full review

Moses Lake, Washington, USA: Moses Lake Waterfront

Moses Lake

(Washington, USA)

6,800 acres

62 miles of shoreline

38 feet max. depth

1,046 feet above sea level

Located where Washington State's Pacific coast transforms into the arid desert of the eastern half, Moses Lake has over 6,800 acres of surface area encircled by over 62 miles of shoreline. Moses Lake offers a wide array of boating, fishing, camping, and swimming opportunities in Grant County. The dusty and dry conditions of Central Washington led to the creation of Moses Lake. Windblown sand created ... Read full review

Damariscotta Lake, Maine, USA: Damariscotta Lake

Damariscotta Lake

(Maine, USA)

4,381 acres

45 miles of shoreline

114 feet max. depth

51 feet above sea level

Damariscotta Lake is a sprawling lake in Lincoln County, Maine. This freshwater lake covers 4,381 acres in surface area and is a mere 51 feet above sea level. Formed more than 10,000 years ago during the last Ice Age, this glacial lake has one of the most convoluted shorelines of all of Maine's many lakes. Damariscotta Lake is found in the Mid-Coast Region of Maine, close to the Atlantic Ocean, and ... Read full review

Laguna Colorada, Bolivia: Laguna Colorada Landscape

Laguna Colorada

(Bolivia)

14,720 acres

14,035 feet above sea level

One of the world's most unique lakes, Laguna Colorada occupies an unusual ecological niche in southwestern Bolivia. The nearly 15,000-acre salt lake is less than three feet deep and a brilliant red color due to the variety of algae that proliferates in its briny waters. The unusual lake lies within the Eduardo Avaroa Andean Fauna National Reserve and is under the joint protection of The Nature Conservancy ... Read full review

Lake Hawea, South Island, New Zealand: Water Reflections at  Lake Hawea

Lake Hawea

(South Island, New Zealand)

34,842 acres

1,287 feet max. depth

1,142 feet above sea level

Surrounded by towering mountains in Central Otago of New Zealand's South Island, Lake Hawea is a lake that was formed by glaciers thousands of years ago. It is in the heart of what is often called a golden country. Central Otago was marked by a powerful gold rush of the 1860s that left a rich history in its passing; golden apricots and vibrant autumns also give the region its descriptive title. ... Read full review

Skiatook Lake, Oklahoma, USA: Sunset Tubing at Skiatook Lake

Skiatook Lake

(Oklahoma, USA)

10,500 acres

160 miles of shoreline

80 feet max. depth

714 feet above sea level

Scenic Skiatook Lake covers 10,500 acres in northern Oklahoma's Green Country, just 30 minutes from Tulsa. The lake's 160 miles of shoreline are surrounded by picturesque bluffs, hills of Blackjack and Post Oak, and tall grass prairies. Located in Osage County, Skiatook Lake is often referred to as the "Lake of the Osage" and "The Gateway to Osage." The origin of the Skiatook name is attributed to ... Read full review

Leech Lake, Minnesota, USA: Scenic View from Dock of Leech Lake

Leech Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

102,948 acres

316 miles of shoreline

150 feet max. depth

1,295 feet above sea level

With over 120,000 acres of water and 316 miles of shoreline, Leech Lake is the third largest lake located entirely in Minnesota, the "Land of 10,000 Lakes". Leech Lake is nestled in the Northwest Region of Minnesota in Cass County with most of its boundaries in the Chippewa National Forest and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. Not only is Leech Lake a nationally recognized game fish lake, it is ... Read full review

Lake Saint Clair: The Ambassador Bridge Connecting USA & Canada

Lake Saint Clair

(Ontario, Canada - Michigan, USA)

275,200 acres

127 miles of shoreline

27 feet max. depth

573 feet above sea level

Heart-shaped Lake Saint Clair is the smallest body of water in the Great Lakes system. Tucked between Lake Huron to the north and Lake Erie to the south, 275,200-acre Lake Saint Clair is conveniently located close to Detroit, Michigan and Windsor, Ontario. Lake Huron to the north flows into the lake through the St. Clair River. Other inflows include the Thames River, Sydenham River, and Clinton River. ... Read full review

Beaver  Lake, North Carolina, USA: Beaver Lake Shoreline in Winter

Beaver Lake

(North Carolina, USA)

40 acres

2 miles of shoreline

2,099 feet above sea level

One of the most-visible lakes in the North Carolina Mountain region is unassuming little Beaver Lake. The small man-made reservoir is only about 65 acres in size-and completely private. Framed by nearby mountains, the lake is entirely owned by the property owners in Lake View Park. That doesn't mean that the public is entirely excluded, however. Visitors and guests can enjoy a variety of activities ... Read full review

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