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Lake Henry, Pennsylvania, USA: Egret

Lake Henry

(Pennsylvania, USA)

308 acres

4 miles of shoreline

30 feet max. depth

1,883 feet above sea level

Located in Pennsylvania's Northeast Mountains, Lake Henry is one of the better-kept secrets of the Poconos. At 310 acres, the lake is known by at least two other titles, thoroughly confusing those asking for directions. Located near the Village of Maplewood, many call it Maplewood Lake. Some of the private cottage owners who rent their properties to vacationers call it Blueberry Lake. And, although ... Read full review

Lake Henry, Pennsylvania, USA: Egret

Lake Henry

(Pennsylvania, USA)

308 acres

4 miles of shoreline

30 feet max. depth

1,883 feet above sea level

Located in Pennsylvania's Northeast Mountains, Lake Henry is one of the better-kept secrets of the Poconos. At 310 acres, the lake is known by at least two other titles, thoroughly confusing those asking for directions. Located near the Village of Maplewood, many call it Maplewood Lake. Some of the private cottage owners who rent their properties to vacationers call it Blueberry Lake. And, although ... Read full review

Lago O'Higgins: Lago O'Higgins Snow-Capped Mountains

Lago O'Higgins

(Santa Cruz, Argentina - Chile)

261,437 acres

326 miles of shoreline

2,743 feet max. depth

820 feet above sea level

Reaching Lago O'Higgins on the Chile/Argentina border takes some effort. Lago O'Higgins is known as Lago San Martin on the Argentina side. Located in the Patagonian Aisen (or Aysen) Region, Lago O'Higgins is the deepest lake in the Americas. With a maximum depth of 2,743 feet, this is not only the deepest known lake in South America, but also the deepest known accessible glacial lake in the world. ... Read full review

West Branch Lake, Ohio, USA: Wildlife

West Branch Lake

(Ohio, USA)

2,650 acres

40 miles of shoreline

58 feet max. depth

986 feet above sea level

West Branch Lake is set in Northeast Ohio's glaciated land, where large boulders of ice left marshy wetlands in their recession thousands of years ago. The fresh and luscious plains are settled by Portage County's fertile farmlands, where delicate fruit of blueberries, raspberries and strawberries cover acres of moist green. West Branch Lake, also known by its more official name, the Michael J. Kirwan ... Read full review

Lake Cascade, Idaho, USA: Lake Cascade, all you need is your fishing gear and kayak

Lake Cascade

(Idaho, USA)

28,300 acres

86 miles of shoreline

70 feet max. depth

4,810 feet above sea level

Lake Cascade (Cascade Reservoir) is the fourth largest lake in Idaho, creating an extensive and diverse recreation site for visitors. Its nearly 30,000 surface acres of water attract over 300,000 outdoor enthusiasts annually for boating, fishing, camping, horseback riding, hiking, wildlife viewing and swimming. Lake Cascade is located in Valley County, Idaho and is 75 miles north of Boise, Idaho on ... Read full review

Butternut Lake, Wisconsin, USA: Dock at Butternut Lake

Butternut Lake

(Wisconsin, USA)

1,006 acres

12 miles of shoreline

32 feet max. depth

At over three miles long, Butternut Lake in Price County, Wisconsin is a lake lover's paradise and a prime four season vacation destination. Created thousands of years ago by glaciers and fed by Butternut Creek, the first settlers in 1873 named the lake and creek due to the many butternut trees that grew in the area. Today, Butternut Lake is a Class A muskie fishing lake that attracts eager fishermen ... Read full review

Lake Pamona, Georgia, USA: Liberty County Marshes at St. Catherines Island

Lake Pamona

(Georgia, USA)

101 acres

2 miles of shoreline

7 feet above sea level

How special is little Lake Pamona on Colonels Island in historic Liberty County, Georgia? A freshwater pond, tidal marshes and the Intracoastal Waterway are all within shouting distance. Only the Georgia Coast Region can give you all of these things plus a healthy dose of salt air. Though part of the mainland, Colonels Island is surrounded by rivers and the Intracoastal Waterway. Colonels Island is ... Read full review

Finger Lakes, New York, USA: Marina at Cayuga Lake

Finger Lakes

(New York, USA)

133,480 acres

384 miles of shoreline

618 feet max. depth

The Finger Lakes Region of New York is one of the nation's favorite recreation and vacation destinations. The series of eleven long, narrow lakes are the result of ancient small lakes and stream valleys re-carved by the last glacier to cover the area. Lying north to south, these unique parallel lakes range in depth from 30 feet to over 600 feet. A total of 385 miles of shoreline encompassing 133,480 ... Read full review

Millinocket Lake, Maine, USA: Canoes at Millinocket Lake

Millinocket Lake

(Maine, USA)

8,571 acres

86 feet max. depth

505 feet above sea level

Nestled within the Maine Highlands tourism region, Millinocket Lake is known for its stunning views of Mount Katahdin, the tallest mountain peak in Maine. Millinocket Lake is a freshwater reservoir used for drinking water, flood control, hydroelectric power and recreation. It also provides a natural habitat for various fish and wildlife species. The dam, an impoundment of Millinocket Stream, is located ... Read full review

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