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Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire, USA: Lake Sunapee Tour Boat

Lake Sunapee

(New Hampshire, USA)

4,090 acres

30 miles of shoreline

104 feet max. depth

1,093 feet above sea level

Lake Sunapee has been a popular vacation destination since the heyday of passenger railroads and steamships. The lake's clear waters and beautiful scenery hold many attractions, and for those who love outdoor activities, there are endless opportunities for enjoyment. Lake Sunapee's 4,000-acre expanse stretches over a length of 10 miles, and is the sixth largest lake that is contained within ... Read full review

Lake Sunapee, New Hampshire, USA: Lake Sunapee Tour Boat

Lake Sunapee

(New Hampshire, USA)

4,090 acres

30 miles of shoreline

104 feet max. depth

1,093 feet above sea level

Lake Sunapee has been a popular vacation destination since the heyday of passenger railroads and steamships. The lake's clear waters and beautiful scenery hold many attractions, and for those who love outdoor activities, there are endless opportunities for enjoyment. Lake Sunapee's 4,000-acre expanse stretches over a length of 10 miles, and is the sixth largest lake that is contained within ... Read full review

Lake Wentworth, New Hampshire, USA: Lake Wentworth Morning

Lake Wentworth

(New Hampshire, USA)

3,116 acres

20 miles of shoreline

89 feet max. depth

534 feet above sea level

One of the prettiest lakes in New Hampshire's Lakes Region is Lake Wentworth. All too often overlooked as tourists flock to nearby Lake Winnipesaukee, 3100-acre Lake Wentworth is no minor pond; it is one of the reasons the Town of Wolfeboro has long held the title, "The Oldest Summer Resort in America." Named for the second (and last) Royal Governor of New Hampshire John Wentworth, the governor had ... Read full review

Pocono Lake, Pennsylvania, USA: Sailboat at Pocono Lake

Pocono Lake

(Pennsylvania, USA)

526 acres

1,749 feet above sea level

The majestic Pocono Mountains set the backdrop for the lake that shares its name, Pocono Lake. The manmade Pocono Lake is located in the Northeastern Mountain Region of Pennsylvania in Monroe County. Built for logging in 1867, Pocono Lake is now part of the Pocono Lake Preserve which is a private lake community. The Pocono Lake Preserve was founded in 1907 for the purpose of forming a vacation ... Read full review

Acton Lake, Ohio, USA: Acton Lake at Dusk

Acton Lake

(Ohio, USA)

625 acres

9 miles of shoreline

26 feet max. depth

664 feet above sea level

Acton Lake, In the Southwest region of Ohio, has provided recreation opportunities to generations of visitors in the 50 years since it was created. Only a few short miles from the Indiana state line, the facilities at Acton Reservoir draw fishermen and campers from several surrounding states. Home to the Hueston Sailing Association and crew training lake for Miami University, Acton Lake has been ... Read full review

Fishing Creek Reservoir, South Carolina, USA: Fishing creek Dam

Fishing Creek Reservoir

(South Carolina, USA)

3,112 acres

78 miles of shoreline

90 feet max. depth

417 feet above sea level

Fishing Creek Reservoir, on the Catawba River in the Old English Region of South Carolina is aptly named: the 3112-acre lake provides a steady source of water to Chester County, South Carolina and a source of fishing and paddling enjoyment to both residents and visitors. Created in 1916, the reservoir provides hydroelectric power to Duke Energy's Fishing Creek Hydroelectric Station dam, known locally ... Read full review

Lake Thingvallavatn, Southwest Iceland, Iceland: Bonfire at Lake Thingvallavatn

Lake Thingvallavatn

(Southwest Iceland, Iceland)

20,510 acres

374 feet max. depth

330 feet above sea level

Lake Thingvallavatn is the largest natural lake in Iceland, boasting a surface area of 20,510 acres and a maximum depth of 374 feet. The northern tip of the lake is situated within the first of the country's four national parks: Thingvellir National Park. With majestic snowcapped mountains as its backdrop, Lake Thingvallavatn is visually stunning. It is mostly spring fed and lined with trees, shrubs ... Read full review

Lake Weir, Florida, USA: Eaton's Beach

Lake Weir

(Florida, USA)

5,686 acres

38 miles of shoreline

20 feet max. depth

56 feet above sea level

Sprawling live oaks dripping with Spanish moss next to beautiful white sand beaches combine with exceptional fishing to make Lake Weir an enchanting Marion County, Florida destination. Its proximity to the Ocala National Forest and all the attraction of Disney and the Orlando area ensure visitors never run out of things to do. The Timucan Native Americans were the original inhabitants in the area ... Read full review

Lake Chippewa, Wisconsin, USA: Kayaking on Chippewa Flowage

Lake Chippewa

(Wisconsin, USA)

15,300 acres

233 miles of shoreline

92 feet max. depth

1,310 feet above sea level

Tucked away in Sawyer County in northwest Wisconsin, Lake Chippewa is a rare undeveloped paradise. Called the "Big Chip," Lake Chippewa is one of Wisconsin's largest inland lakes and tops the list for pristine water and wilderness. Lake Chippewa was formed by the construction of the Winter Dam on the Chippewa River. Before that the area was the home of the Lac Courte Oreilles Band of the Lake ... Read full review

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