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Baxter Lake, New Hampshire, USA: Snowstorm 11-26-14

Baxter Lake

(New Hampshire, USA)

302 acres

4 miles of shoreline

16 feet max. depth

414 feet above sea level

One of the best-kept secrets of New Hampshire's Lakes region is Baxter Lake. This 302-acre lake offers excellent swimming, boating and fishing to those residents and their guests lucky enough to find it. Located on the town line between Rochester and Farmington, Baxter Lake has homes and cottages along the west side of the lake only. This offers an unobstructed and natural view of the eastern side ... Read full review

Baxter Lake, New Hampshire, USA: Snowstorm 11-26-14

Baxter Lake

(New Hampshire, USA)

302 acres

4 miles of shoreline

16 feet max. depth

414 feet above sea level

One of the best-kept secrets of New Hampshire's Lakes region is Baxter Lake. This 302-acre lake offers excellent swimming, boating and fishing to those residents and their guests lucky enough to find it. Located on the town line between Rochester and Farmington, Baxter Lake has homes and cottages along the west side of the lake only. This offers an unobstructed and natural view of the eastern side ... Read full review

Parksville Lake, Tennessee, USA: Sugarloaf Mountain and Parksville Lake

Parksville Lake

(Tennessee, USA)

1,930 acres

109 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

824 feet above sea level

Parksville Lake, also known as Ocoee Reservoir, is one of three reservoirs in Polk County near Cleveland,TN. Together the reservoirs run through some of the most beautiful country in Tennessee and provide visitors with plenty of opportunities for outdoor adventures. Parksville Lake is the largest of the three reservoirs, and it is impounded by the Ocoee No. 1 Dam on the Ocoee River. The other ... Read full review

Loon Lake, Washington, USA: Sunset Over Loon Lake

Loon Lake

(Washington, USA)

1,100 acres

8 miles of shoreline

100 feet max. depth

2,400 feet above sea level

Crystal clear water from a natural spring fills Loon Lake located in Stevens County in northeastern Washington. In a beautiful mountain setting surrounded by towering evergreens of pines, firs, and cedars, Loon Lake is one of the largest lakes in the area. The area is a favored nesting site for the Common Loon so early settlers proclaimed its name to be Loon Lake in 1881. Ten years later the ... Read full review

Brombachsee, Bavaria, Germany: Shore View of Brombachsee

Brombachsee

(Bavaria, Germany)

3,138 acres

11 miles of shoreline

105 feet max. depth

310 feet above sea level

As the largest lake in the man-made Franconian Lake District, Brombachsee--also known as Lake Brombach or Brombachvorsperre--is an impressive and popular destination. This lake covers more than 3,100 acres with a maximum depth of 105 feet (32 meters). Brombachsee was created in 2000 to control area flooding. The German water management project that established the Franconian Lake District is the largest ... Read full review

Folsom Lake, California, USA: Folsom Lake Scenic View

Folsom Lake

(California, USA)

11,450 acres

75 miles of shoreline

466 feet above sea level

Folsom Lake lays magnificently nestled along the American River at the base of the Sierra foothills. It is surrounded by an abundance of striking scenic views and rolling hills. The 75-mile shoreline attracts more than four million visitors a year. Folsom Lake is one of the most visited lakes in California. It is situated in Northern California's Gold Country, about 30 miles northeast of Sacramento. ... Read full review

Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey, USA: Lake Hopatcong Sunset

Lake Hopatcong

(New Jersey, USA)

2,560 acres

45 miles of shoreline

58 feet max. depth

924 feet above sea level

Lake Hopatcong is the largest lake in New Jersey, at about nine miles long with 45 miles of shoreline and covering 2,560 acres. Only 45 miles from New York City, the lake runs between the borders of Sussex and Morris Counties tucked in the mountains in the northern part of New Jersey. Lake Hopatcong provides year-round recreational opportunities. Since the 1880s, the lake has been a popular tourist ... Read full review

Lake Wolfgang, Salzburg, Austria: St. Wolfgang Shoreline

Lake Wolfgang

(Salzburg, Austria)

3,200 acres

374 feet max. depth

1,765 feet above sea level

One of the best loved and most popular of vacation lakes in Austria's Lake District is Lake Wolfgang. Called Wolfgangsee by the locals, the 3200-acre lake was created by glaciers thousands of years ago and has played a major part in the history of the Salzburg area ever since. The lake wasn't named for that other famous Austrian, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, but it is a fact that his mother was born here ... Read full review

Lake Moomaw, Virginia, USA: Coles Beach at Lake Moomaw

Lake Moomaw

(Virginia, USA)

2,530 acres

43 miles of shoreline

152 feet max. depth

1,582 feet above sea level

Lake Moomaw is located in western Virginia, just north of Covington in the Shenandoah Valley region. It is nearly surrounded by George Washington National Forest, in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains. With its over 2500 surface acres, Lake Moomaw is a year-round outdoor wonderland for visitors seeking out its recreational opportunities. Fishing, boating, wildlife viewing, camping and water sports ... Read full review

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