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Lake Izabal, Guatemala: Idyllic Lago de Izabal

Lake Izabal

(Guatemala)

145,693 acres

95 miles of shoreline

59 feet max. depth

7 feet above sea level

Guatemala's largest lake, Lake Izabel beckons the nature-seeking world traveler. Covering more than 145,000 acres, the massive lake provides sustenance for thousands of native Guatemalans and offers a sailor's paradise just off the Caribbean. Arising from the delta of the Polochic River, Lago de Izabal stretches 45 miles eastward before narrowing into the Rio Dulce-the 'Sweet River'. Surrounded by ... Read full review

Lake Izabal, Guatemala: Idyllic Lago de Izabal

Lake Izabal

(Guatemala)

145,693 acres

95 miles of shoreline

59 feet max. depth

7 feet above sea level

Guatemala's largest lake, Lake Izabel beckons the nature-seeking world traveler. Covering more than 145,000 acres, the massive lake provides sustenance for thousands of native Guatemalans and offers a sailor's paradise just off the Caribbean. Arising from the delta of the Polochic River, Lago de Izabal stretches 45 miles eastward before narrowing into the Rio Dulce-the 'Sweet River'. Surrounded by ... Read full review

White Lake, Michigan, USA: White Lake Kayaker

White Lake

(Michigan, USA)

2,536 acres

12 miles of shoreline

70 feet max. depth

581 feet above sea level

Will White Lake again become the economic driver for the cities of Whitehall and Montague in Michigan's West Central Region? That's entirely possible if the ambitious years of efforts by citizens and municipalities in the area get their wish. White Lake suffered for a hundred years from the ill effects of early numerous sawmills and logging activity and later heavy manufacturing along its shoreline. ... Read full review

Sebasticook Lake, Maine, USA: Sunset on Sebasticook Lake

Sebasticook Lake

(Maine, USA)

4,288 acres

28 miles of shoreline

50 feet max. depth

200 feet above sea level

The fertile waters of Sebasticook Lake have drawn people to its shores since prehistoric times. This Maine Highlands lake is the site of one of the oldest dated fishing weirs, a series of stakes used by ancient fishermen to herd fish into a cluster for easy capture. The stakes, discovered in 1992, are estimated to date back 5.800 years. The Fish Weir display, representing the town of Newport's Native ... Read full review

Lake Glenville, North Carolina, USA: Lake Glenville Panorama

Lake Glenville

(North Carolina, USA)

1,470 acres

26 miles of shoreline

125 feet max. depth

3,492 feet above sea level

Nestled among the forests and mountain peaks of southwestern North Carolina lies the highest lake east of the Mississippi, Lake Glenville (aka Thorpe Reservoir) at 3,492 feet. Lake Glenville, popular for its unspoiled beauty, sandy beaches, coves, waterfalls and luxurious lakefront properties covers 1,470 acres and boasts 26 miles of shoreline. Glenville Lake was formed when World War II war ... Read full review

Coeur d'Alene Lake, Idaho, USA: Gymnastics at Lake Coeur d'Alene

Coeur d'Alene Lake

(Idaho, USA)

30,000 acres

135 miles of shoreline

220 feet max. depth

2,125 feet above sea level

Nestled at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in the Northern Panhandle of Idaho, 30,000-acre Coeur d'Alene Lake (pronounced Core-de-lane) is a spectacular recreational jewel of a lake. The name Coeur d'Alene comes from early French traders who named their trading post for the shrewd trading practices of local Indian tribes. Translated literally, it means "heart of the awl" or "sharp-hearted." Today, ... Read full review

Canobie Lake, New Hampshire, USA: Swing Carousel at  Canobie Lake Park

Canobie Lake

(New Hampshire, USA)

375 acres

40 feet max. depth

219 feet above sea level

A pair of loons glide across the surface of Canobie Lake in the Merrimack Valley region of southeastern New Hampshire. Although treasured, it is not that unusual a sight for a New England lake. What is unusual, however, is the silhouette of a Ferris wheel and roller coaster in the background. Canobie Lake Park sits on the shores of Canobie Lake. Established in 1902, it is just one of the things ... Read full review

Wonder Lake, Illinois, USA: 4th of July

Wonder Lake

(Illinois, USA)

830 acres

7 miles of shoreline

13 feet max. depth

803 feet above sea level

Wonder Lake is the 830-acre centerpiece of a planned lakefront community in the Chicagoland area of Illinois. That was the vision of developers in 1929 when they built a small dam across Nippersink Creek 50 miles northwest of the Loop. The lake is home to several thousand residents and their guests along the seven-mile shoreline. The community of Wonder Lake is served by public transportation, and ... Read full review

Sacandaga Lake & Lake Pleasant, New York, USA: Lake Pleasant Dawn

Sacandaga Lake & Lake Pleasant

(New York, USA)

1,589 acres

50 feet max. depth

1,726 feet above sea level

Sacandaga Lake and Lake Pleasant are the crown jewels of Hamilton County, anchor community of central Adirondack Park. The community of Lake Pleasant occupies the strip of land between the two lakes, and becomes 'outdoor central' each summer when park visitors arrive. Located about 60 miles from Utica and 70 miles from Schenectady, Lake Pleasant and its two large lakes are the destinations favored ... Read full review

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