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Roper Lake, Arizona, USA: Roper Lake

Roper Lake

(Arizona, USA)

32 acres

3,130 feet above sea level

Roper Lake is part of Roper Lake State Park in east-central Arizona. Although Roper Lake covers just 32 acres, its waters invite people of all ages to enjoy the beautiful setting with views of Mount Graham. The pleasant retreat offers an abundance of recreational activities which include swimming, fishing, canoeing, camping, and picnicking. Roper Lake was developed in the early 1960s as a private ... Read full review

Roper Lake, Arizona, USA: Roper Lake

Roper Lake

(Arizona, USA)

32 acres

3,130 feet above sea level

Roper Lake is part of Roper Lake State Park in east-central Arizona. Although Roper Lake covers just 32 acres, its waters invite people of all ages to enjoy the beautiful setting with views of Mount Graham. The pleasant retreat offers an abundance of recreational activities which include swimming, fishing, canoeing, camping, and picnicking. Roper Lake was developed in the early 1960s as a private ... Read full review

Priest Lake, Idaho, USA: Northwest Idaho at Priest Lake

Priest Lake

(Idaho, USA)

26,000 acres

70 miles of shoreline

369 feet max. depth

2,439 feet above sea level

Located in the most northern portion of Idaho's Panhandle, Priest Lake is within 30 miles of the Canadian Border. Priest Lake was naturally created at the end of the last ice age, some 10,000 years ago. Priest Lake environs were used by the Kalispel and Kootenai Indian tribes as one of their food gathering areas with fish, game and plant life plentiful early in its history. The name of the lake evolved ... Read full review

Tupper Lake, New York, USA: Duck Ice Sculpture, The Wild Center at Tupper Lake

Tupper Lake

(New York, USA)

3,853 acres

21 miles of shoreline

85 feet max. depth

1,545 feet above sea level

Big Tupper Lake is a perfect specimen of the natural lakes found in the Adirondack region of upstate New York. The 3,850-acre lake formed from a glacial hollow along the course of the Raquette River, with more water contributions from the Bog River. Europeans arrived to the lake area in the late 18th century to harvest timber. The lake was named after surveyor Ansel Norton Tupper who unfortunately ... Read full review

Pipmuacan Reservoir, Quebec, Canada: Springtime on the Saguenay River

Pipmuacan Reservoir

(Quebec, Canada)

198,400 acres

1,300 feet above sea level

Far to the north in Quebec's vast evergreen forests, Pipmuacan Reservoir performs unseen yet vital service to the customers of Hydro-Quebec. About 90% of the province's electrical power is generated by hydroelectric, necessitating a way to store and control the large amount of water rushing from the higher lands in the interior toward the St. Lawrence River. When the task can be accomplished without ... Read full review

Abiquiu Lake, New Mexico, USA: View of Abiquiu Lake

Abiquiu Lake

(New Mexico, USA)

5,200 acres

6,200 feet above sea level

Abiquiu Lake, located in Rio Arriba County in North-Central New Mexico, offers recreation areas for swimming, camping, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, water skiing,, hiking and more. Creating in 1963 as a project of the United States Army Corps of Engineers, an earthen dam 1,540 feet long and rising 321 feet high was constructed across the Chama River. Abiquiu Dam is second of three dams built ... Read full review

Lake Cavanaugh, Washington, USA: Winter Over Lake Cavanaugh

Lake Cavanaugh

(Washington, USA)

844 acres

80 feet max. depth

1,010 feet above sea level

The snowy peaks of the Northern Cascades complement the multitude of evergreens that surround 844-acre Lake Cavanaugh. Located in Skagit County in Northwest Washington, Lake Cavanaugh is remarkably secluded. Visitors to Lake Cavanaugh will find a small but very active community living here. Surrounding the circumference of the lake are many family homes. Just over 100 people call Lake Cavanaugh ... Read full review

Lake Opinicon, Ontario, Canada: Fishing on Opinicon Lake

Lake Opinicon

(Ontario, Canada)

1,944 acres

35 feet max. depth

390 feet above sea level

Opinicon Lake is part of a chain of lakes known as the Rideau Waterway in Ontario, Canada. The lake is connected to others by a canal system called the Rideau Canal. The Canal has 45 locks at 23 stations connecting more than eight lakes including Lower Rideau Lake, Big Rideau Lake, Upper Rideau Lake, Newboro Lake, Clear Lake, Indian Lake, Sand Lake, and Whitefish Lake. These lakes are a large part ... Read full review

Lake Dora, Florida, USA: Lake Dora Lighthouse

Lake Dora

(Florida, USA)

4,502 acres

17 miles of shoreline

12 feet max. depth

62 feet above sea level

A perfect lake in a perfect area describes Lake Dora in Florida's Eastern Central Region. The Lake Dora area has been a favorite destination of northern retiree 'snowbirds' for nearly 50 years. Part of the Harris Chain of Lakes, huge Lake Dora is rich in wildlife and fish, with many miles of waterways to cruise and plenty of activities to keep visitors and winter residents occupied and interested. ... Read full review

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