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Leech Lake, Minnesota, USA: Scenic View from Dock of Leech Lake

Leech Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

102,948 acres

316 miles of shoreline

150 feet max. depth

1,295 feet above sea level

With over 120,000 acres of water and 316 miles of shoreline, Leech Lake is the third largest lake located entirely in Minnesota, the "Land of 10,000 Lakes". Leech Lake is nestled in the Northwest Region of Minnesota in Cass County with most of its boundaries in the Chippewa National Forest and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. Not only is Leech Lake a nationally recognized game fish lake, it is ... Read full review

Leech Lake, Minnesota, USA: Scenic View from Dock of Leech Lake

Leech Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

102,948 acres

316 miles of shoreline

150 feet max. depth

1,295 feet above sea level

With over 120,000 acres of water and 316 miles of shoreline, Leech Lake is the third largest lake located entirely in Minnesota, the "Land of 10,000 Lakes". Leech Lake is nestled in the Northwest Region of Minnesota in Cass County with most of its boundaries in the Chippewa National Forest and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation. Not only is Leech Lake a nationally recognized game fish lake, it is ... Read full review

Lake Spokane, Washington, USA: Long Lake Dam

Lake Spokane

(Washington, USA)

5,020 acres

54 miles of shoreline

180 feet max. depth

1,536 feet above sea level

Lake Spokane, a 24 mile long reservoir, is so named because of its close proximity to Spokane, Washington. However, some people call it Long Lake, after its dam, Long Lake Dam. The dam was built in a spot where the Spokane River makes a complete horseshoe bend and was completed in 1915. At that time Long Lake Dam had the distinction of being the tallest dam in the world. Today, it is listed in ... Read full review

Lake Waconia, Minnesota, USA: Lake Waconia Sunset

Lake Waconia

(Minnesota, USA)

3,080 acres

10 miles of shoreline

37 feet max. depth

966 feet above sea level

Lake Waconia is one of the lesser-known large lakes in the Minneapolis Metro Region. At nearly 3100 acres, the lake offers plenty of play space for water lovers. The lake often gets steady winds, making it a favorite among the sailing crowd. Lake Waconia is just far enough away from the busy city to maintain a rural atmosphere, yet close enough that all urban advantages are easily accessible. Two ... Read full review

Lake Wilhelm, Pennsylvania, USA: Marina at Lake Wilhelm

Lake Wilhelm

(Pennsylvania, USA)

1,860 acres

12 miles of shoreline

24 feet max. depth

1,192 feet above sea level

Lake Wilhelm was created in 1971 with the damming of Sandy Creek for flood control purposes. Lake Wilhelm is a shallow lake with a maximum depth of about 24 feet at the dam. It has a surface area of 2,800 acres. Lake Wilhelm is located in Maurice K. Goddard State Park in Mercer County Pennsylvania, about 15 miles west of Franklin, Pennsylvania. The park features natural beauty, wildlife, waterways ... Read full review

Willow Creek Reservoir, Colorado, USA: Willow Creek Reservoir Panoramic

Willow Creek Reservoir

(Colorado, USA)

750 acres

6 miles of shoreline

53 feet max. depth

8,130 feet above sea level

A vital link in the chain of water projects that irrigate Colorado's Eastern Slope, Willow Creek Reservoir is less-known and less crowded than many nearby larger reservoirs. As a part of the massive Colorado-Big Thompson Project, Willow Creek Reservoir is actually on the Western Slope in the Northwest Region of the state with water being transferred across the Continental Divide by a series of pipes, ... Read full review

Lake Springfield, Illinois, USA: View of Lake Springfield

Lake Springfield

(Illinois, USA)

4,234 acres

57 miles of shoreline

30 feet max. depth

561 feet above sea level

Lake Springfield at Springfield, Illinois is the largest municipally owned lake in Illinois at 4,234 acres. City Water, Light & Power built the reservoir primarily as a source of drinking water for the city and a source of condenser cooling water for the their power plant complex. As an added byproduct, it has become a major recreation center for central Illinois. Along the lake's shoreline, ... Read full review

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

Cochiti Lake

(New Mexico, USA)

1,200 acres

21 miles of shoreline

5,461 feet above sea level

Stretching 7 miles long on the Rio Grande River, Cochiti Lake is located in Sandoval County, New Mexico, about 20 miles west of Santa Fe and 60 miles northeast of Albuquerque. The entire lake lies within the boundaries of the Pueblo de Cochiti Nation. Beautifully situated among tall rocky bluffs and steep cliffs, Cochiti Lake has become a recreational delight. Recreational activities include sailing, ... Read full review

Jackson City Reservoir, Ohio, USA: Hammertown Lake Sunset

Jackson City Reservoir

(Ohio, USA)

190 acres

9 miles of shoreline

51 feet max. depth

695 feet above sea level

Jackson City Reservoir, commonly called Hammertown Lake, is open for business in Southeastern Ohio...and that business is fun. Hammertown is one of the largest and deepest lakes in this area of Ohio. When constructed in 1953, the officials responsible for planning the new reservoir took everyone's desires into account. Two small dams control the waters of small creeks, forming the large pool behind ... Read full review

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