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Black River Lake and Cocodrie Lake, Louisiana, USA: Cocodrie Waterfront

Black River Lake and Cocodrie Lake

(Louisiana, USA)

1,792 acres

49 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

34 feet above sea level

The Cocodrie Lake Complex, consisting of Black River Lake and Cocodrie Lake, is one of those places that could only exist in the delta lands of the mighty Mississippi. Changes in the flow of the Mississippi and its tributaries created a large number of oxbow lakes, bayous and lowlands prone to flooding along the many rivers and streams in the area. The water's meanderings and human attempts to deal ... Read full review

Black River Lake and Cocodrie Lake, Louisiana, USA: Cocodrie Waterfront

Black River Lake and Cocodrie Lake

(Louisiana, USA)

1,792 acres

49 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

34 feet above sea level

The Cocodrie Lake Complex, consisting of Black River Lake and Cocodrie Lake, is one of those places that could only exist in the delta lands of the mighty Mississippi. Changes in the flow of the Mississippi and its tributaries created a large number of oxbow lakes, bayous and lowlands prone to flooding along the many rivers and streams in the area. The water's meanderings and human attempts to deal ... Read full review

Lake Corpus Christi, Texas, USA: Sunset Over Lake Corpus Christi

Lake Corpus Christi

(Texas, USA)

18,256 acres

95 feet max. depth

50 feet above sea level

Lake Corpus Christi in Texas's Gulf Coast region is just miles away from the coastline and the big coastal city of Corpus Christi. It is an impoundment of the Nueces River which rises northwest of San Antonio and travels southeast to the Gulf of Mexico. The 315-mile river is famed as the disputed boundary between Texas and Mexico after the Texas Revolution. Lake Corpus Christi spans 21,000 acres, ... Read full review

Coeur d'Alene Lake, Idaho, USA: Gymnastics at Lake Coeur d'Alene

Coeur d'Alene Lake

(Idaho, USA)

30,000 acres

135 miles of shoreline

220 feet max. depth

2,125 feet above sea level

Nestled at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in the Northern Panhandle of Idaho, 30,000-acre Coeur d'Alene Lake (pronounced Core-de-lane) is a spectacular recreational jewel of a lake. The name Coeur d'Alene comes from early French traders who named their trading post for the shrewd trading practices of local Indian tribes. Translated literally, it means "heart of the awl" or "sharp-hearted." Today, ... Read full review

Torch Lake, Michigan, USA: Dockside at Torch Lake

Torch Lake

(Michigan, USA)

18,770 acres

41 miles of shoreline

302 feet max. depth

620 feet above sea level

Torch Lake holds the dual distinction as Michigan's longest inland lake (18 miles) and its second largest inland lake (18,770 acres). The lake's unparalleled beauty is often attributed to its unique turquoise color. Torch Lake's name is translated from its Ojibwa name, Was-Wah-gonink, or "Lake of the Torches." This is due to the fact that local native Americans at one time employed torches to fish ... Read full review

Leesville Lake, Virginia, USA: Leesville Lake

Leesville Lake

(Virginia, USA)

3,040 acres

100 miles of shoreline

The 3000+ acre Leesville Lake is another of Virginia's prolific fishing and outdoor recreation reservoirs. It is part of the Smith Mountain Lake hydropower generation project. Leesville Lake's well-developed public recreation areas provide many opportunities for a fine mix of water related outdoor activities. Boating, fishing, birding, and wildlife viewing are some of the highlights for any visitor. ... Read full review

Lake Wanaka, South Island, New Zealand: Marina at Lake Wanaka

Lake Wanaka

(South Island, New Zealand)

47,445 acres

1,000 feet max. depth

915 feet above sea level

Formed by glaciers thousands of years ago and located on South Island, New Zealand, Lake Wanaka is New Zealand's fourth largest lake and contains crystal clear water. The name is from the Maori, the first settlers of the area, which means "place of Anaka" who was an early Maori Chief. The lake is fed by the Makarora River and is the source of New Zealand's largest river, the Clutha. Lake Hawea, ... Read full review

Beech Hill Pond, Maine, USA: View of School House Cove in July

Beech Hill Pond

(Maine, USA)

1,422 acres

10 miles of shoreline

104 feet max. depth

197 feet above sea level

The coffee cup warms her hands as she sits on the dock in the early morning chill, watching a pair of loons glide across the water, their distinctive calls cutting the air. In a few hours there will be boats and children swimming and splashing in the clear, clean water, but for now there is calm, respite and the natural beauty of Downeast Maine. This is morning on Beech Hill Pond. Also known as ... Read full review

Mirror Lake, New York, USA: Floats on Mirror Lake

Mirror Lake

(New York, USA)

128 acres

3 miles of shoreline

60 feet max. depth

1,857 feet above sea level

Mirror Lake is located in the High Peaks area of New York's Adirondacks, just south of the more famous Lake Placid. The Village of Lake Placid surrounds Mirror Lake, with the famed Lake Placid Olympic Center Complex a short distance from the shore. A vital part of the resort community, Mirror Lake's 128 acres of serene water serve as a backdrop for a number of exquisite lakefront properties and the ... Read full review

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