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Mississinewa Lake, Indiana, USA: Along the banks of the Mississinewa River

Mississinewa Lake

(Indiana, USA)

3,180 acres

59 miles of shoreline

137 feet max. depth

737 feet above sea level

Visitors to north central Indiana will find myriad recreational activities, surrounded by unspoiled, scenic beauty at Mississinewa Lake. This 3,180-acre lake is a well-known destination for fishermen and hikers alike. Located along the Mississinewa River, this reservoir provides flood control in conjunction with J. Edward Roush Lake and Salamonie Lake in the Upper Wabash region. Also known as Mississinewa ... Read full review

Mississinewa Lake, Indiana, USA: Along the banks of the Mississinewa River

Mississinewa Lake

(Indiana, USA)

3,180 acres

59 miles of shoreline

137 feet max. depth

737 feet above sea level

Visitors to north central Indiana will find myriad recreational activities, surrounded by unspoiled, scenic beauty at Mississinewa Lake. This 3,180-acre lake is a well-known destination for fishermen and hikers alike. Located along the Mississinewa River, this reservoir provides flood control in conjunction with J. Edward Roush Lake and Salamonie Lake in the Upper Wabash region. Also known as Mississinewa ... Read full review

Lake Volta, Ghana: Akosombo Bridge Near Lake Volta

Lake Volta

(Ghana)

2,096,000 acres

2,983 miles of shoreline

246 feet max. depth

279 feet above sea level

Lake Volta, the world's fourth largest reservoir, is located in the west African nation of Ghana. Known to locals as Volta Lake, it was built to provide electricity, fresh water and economic opportunities to the people of Ghana. The lake borders the regions of Volta, Central, Brong Ahafo, Ashanti, and Great Accra. In 1961, the Volta River Authority commissioned an Italian firm to build a dam across ... Read full review

Great Central Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Floathouse on Great Central Lake

Great Central Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

12,602 acres

961 feet max. depth

269 feet above sea level

One of the most popular spots on a hot summer day on Vancouver Island is Great Central Lake. Long and narrow, nestled beneath low mountains, Great Central Lake stretches over 25 miles west to east. The shoreline is steep and nearly inaccessible in most areas, with the entrance of choice located at the commercial RV/campground/marina near the east end of the lake. It is here that visitors arrive to ... Read full review

Cane Creek Lake, Arkansas, USA: Sunset at Cane Creek

Cane Creek Lake

(Arkansas, USA)

1,675 acres

15 feet max. depth

171 feet above sea level

Timber-filled Cane Creek Lake, tucked into southern Arkansas's aptly-named Timberlands Region, is a 1,675-acre lake beautiful to behold. Wildlife abounds on the lake, and visitors enjoy nature viewing and bird watching. Sharp eyes may spot snowy egrets, bald eagles, osprey and blue or green-backed herons soaring above the lake. Deer, beaver, river otter, mink and wild turkey may also be seen along ... Read full review

Lake Cochituate, Massachusetts, USA: Lake Cochituate Early Autumn

Lake Cochituate

(Massachusetts, USA)

614 acres

12 miles of shoreline

69 feet max. depth

154 feet above sea level

Lake Cochituate in the Greater Boston region of Massachusetts is a popular recreational lake just a short distance from the city. The lake, less than 20 miles from Boston Harbor, is made up of three connected ponds that for nearly 100 years provided water to the city. Now retired to recreational lake status, the old reservoir has settled into a life of leisure, providing recreational activities to ... Read full review

Jackson Lake, Wyoming, USA: Early Morning Reflection of Grand Teton at Jackson Lake

Jackson Lake

(Wyoming, USA)

25,540 acres

438 feet max. depth

6,760 feet above sea level

Jackson Lake is located in northwestern Wyoming, just south of Yellowstone National Park. It is in the heart of Grand Teton National Park, one of the most spectacularly picturesque Parks in the United States. With its over 25,000 surface acres, Jackson Lake is a utopia for the over 2 million visitors that seek out its recreational opportunities. Being part of Grand Teton National Park, boating and ... Read full review

Wolf Lake: Wolf Lake-William W. Powers State Fish & Wildlife Area

Wolf Lake

(Illinois, USA - Indiana, USA)

907 acres

18 feet max. depth

584 feet above sea level

With Chicago, Illinois on one side and Hammond, Indiana on the other, Wolf Lake is a pocket of green offering respite to the weary city dweller. The water in Wolf Lake is so clear anglers can pick the fish they want to catch, and the fishing is so good it's worth a special trip to the "Windy City." Wolf Lake is a natural glacial lake, one of the shallow depressions left over when the ancient Lake ... Read full review

Derwentwater, England, United Kingdom: Derwentwater Boats

Derwentwater

(England, United Kingdom)

1,285 acres

10 miles of shoreline

72 feet max. depth

245 feet above sea level

Cumbria, in northwest England, is home to Lake District National Park, established in 1951. All of the land in England that exceeds an elevation of 3,000 feet (914.4 meters) can be found in this national park, which is the country's largest. Derwentwater, also sometimes called Derwent Water or Derwentwater Lake, is the third largest lake in England's Lake District. This natural freshwater lake may ... Read full review

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