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Lake Guntersville: Ducks at Lake Guntersville

Lake Guntersville

(Alabama, USA - Tennessee, USA)

69,100 acres

949 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

595 feet above sea level

Alabama's Mountain Region contains the state's largest lake: Lake Guntersville. Cradled in the Appalachian foothills of northern Alabama, it's located between Bridgeport and Guntersville, stretching 75 miles into Tennessee (near Chattanooga). 949 miles of shoreline surround its 69,000 acres. Lake Guntersville was chosen by Relocate America as one of "The 100 Best Places to Live in America." The ... Read full review

Lake Guntersville: Ducks at Lake Guntersville

Lake Guntersville

(Alabama, USA - Tennessee, USA)

69,100 acres

949 miles of shoreline

45 feet max. depth

595 feet above sea level

Alabama's Mountain Region contains the state's largest lake: Lake Guntersville. Cradled in the Appalachian foothills of northern Alabama, it's located between Bridgeport and Guntersville, stretching 75 miles into Tennessee (near Chattanooga). 949 miles of shoreline surround its 69,000 acres. Lake Guntersville was chosen by Relocate America as one of "The 100 Best Places to Live in America." The ... Read full review

Lake Wassookeag, Maine, USA: Lake Wassookeag Waterfront

Lake Wassookeag

(Maine, USA)

1,030 acres

86 feet max. depth

433 feet above sea level

Lake Wassookeag, also known as Dexter Pond, spans 1,030 acres in the Maine Highlands tourism region, about 40 miles northwest of Bangor. Its name is derived from the Penobscot Native American word for "shining water." Although Lake Wassookeag is best known for outdoor recreation, it also serves to control water levels and provide drinking water to surrounding towns. The Wassokeag Lake Dam, completed ... Read full review

Long Lake, Maine, USA: Piling at Long Lake

Long Lake

(Maine, USA)

4,867 acres

59 feet max. depth

269 feet above sea level

Long Lake is part of the Sebago Lake Region, which includes nearby Panther Pond, Little Sebago, Thompson Lake, Coffee Pond, Brandy Pond, Moose Pond, Pleasant Lake, and Crescent Lake. The lake stretches approximately 11 miles among Naples, Maine and Harrison, Maine. The lake is 1 mile wide at some points with a maximum depth of 59 feet and an average depth of 25 feet. Some sources describe the lake ... Read full review

Lake Tohopekaliga, Florida, USA: Sunset Over Lake Tohopekaliga

Lake Tohopekaliga

(Florida, USA)

18,810 acres

42 miles of shoreline

15 feet max. depth

52 feet above sea level

Lake Tohopekaliga is world renowned for its bass fishing and loved for its natural beauty. It is located in Osceola County, Florida, at the headwaters of the Everglades and one of the Kissimmee Chain of Lakes which encompasses 100,000 acres. In some spots Lake Tohopekaliga is marshy, a haven for rare waterfowl. In deeper places the water is home to record-size bass. Lake Tohopekaliga is an 18,810 ... Read full review

Lake Rotoehu, North Island, New Zealand: Dock at Lake Rotoehu

Lake Rotoehu

(North Island, New Zealand)

2,002 acres

15 miles of shoreline

44 feet max. depth

968 feet above sea level

For the truly traditional New Zealand holiday, one must spend a week or two at Lake Rotoehu! Located in the Rotorua District of the Bay of Plenty Region, North Island, it is the middle lake in a chain of three lying northeast of Rotorua. Like its neighboring lakes Rotoiti and Rotoma, Rotoehu formed when lava blocked a series of valleys in the north of the Okataina caldera. Although Lake Rotoehu, like ... Read full review

Cobbossee Lake, Maine, USA: Blue Sky at Cobbossee Lake

Cobbossee Lake

(Maine, USA)

5,543 acres

63 miles of shoreline

97 feet max. depth

164 feet above sea level

Cobbossee Lake is a treasured family vacation destination with over 62 miles of shoreline, dotted with many islands, and valued as one of the best lakes in Maine. The lake is located in Kenebec County in the Town of Manchester with Winthrop, Maine nearby. Its 1600s original name of Lake Cobbosseecontee was shortened and means "the place of many sturgeon," purportedly named by Abenaki Indians. Cobbossee ... Read full review

Hugo Lake, Oklahoma, USA: Summer Sunset on Hugo Lake

Hugo Lake

(Oklahoma, USA)

13,250 acres

110 miles of shoreline

52 feet max. depth

405 feet above sea level

Over 8,000 acres of open water await you at Hugo Lake, Oklahoma. Located in the beautiful Kiamichi Country of southeastern Oklahoma, this outdoor paradise lies in and around the Kiamichi Mountains and Kiamichi River, from which Hugo Lake was formed. The word "Kiamichi" was introduced by French explorers, but it is believed to be an Indian word that means "raucous bird" due to a noisy woodpecker that ... Read full review

Horsetooth Reservoir, Colorado, USA: Horsetooth Hiking Trail

Horsetooth Reservoir

(Colorado, USA)

2,040 acres

25 miles of shoreline

188 feet max. depth

5,430 feet above sea level

On the high, arid ridges and plains of Colorado's Front Range, Horsetooth Reservoir delights the visitor and refreshes the senses. Developed as a storage basin for that symbol of ingenious engineering - the Colorado-Big Thompson water reclamation project - Horsetooth Reservoir stores its millions of gallons of fresh water until they're needed for irrigation or as a secondary water supply. The impoundment ... Read full review

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