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Fallen Leaf Lake, California, USA: Scenic View of Fallen Leaf Lake

Fallen Leaf Lake

(California, USA)

1,285 acres

8 miles of shoreline

415 feet max. depth

6,377 feet above sea level

Travelers who enjoy the splendor of Lake Tahoe might never be aware of the smaller but very beautiful Fallen Leaf Lake that is located just one mile south in El Dorado County, California. This glacial freshwater lake, at 2.9 miles (4.6 kilometers) long and 0.9 miles (1.4 kilometers) wide, is the second largest alpine lake in the Tahoe Basin. It is more secluded and difficult to access than Lake Tahoe, ... Read full review

Fallen Leaf Lake, California, USA: Scenic View of Fallen Leaf Lake

Fallen Leaf Lake

(California, USA)

1,285 acres

8 miles of shoreline

415 feet max. depth

6,377 feet above sea level

Travelers who enjoy the splendor of Lake Tahoe might never be aware of the smaller but very beautiful Fallen Leaf Lake that is located just one mile south in El Dorado County, California. This glacial freshwater lake, at 2.9 miles (4.6 kilometers) long and 0.9 miles (1.4 kilometers) wide, is the second largest alpine lake in the Tahoe Basin. It is more secluded and difficult to access than Lake Tahoe, ... Read full review

Mille Lacs Lake, Minnesota, USA: Mille Lacs Lake-Walleye Capital

Mille Lacs Lake

(Minnesota, USA)

132,516 acres

75 miles of shoreline

42 feet max. depth

1,251 feet above sea level

August 2015 Update: The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources issued an order August 2, 2015 banning walleye fishing for the rest of the season. The 40,000-pound annual quota had been exceeded, reducing the walleye population to a dangerously low level. Mille Lacs Lake imposes a commanding presence in the Central Region of Minnesota. At 132,000 acres, Lake Mille Lacs is Minnesota's second largest ... Read full review

Devil's Lake, North Dakota, USA: Bison at Sullys Hill National Game Preserve

Devil's Lake

(North Dakota, USA)

161,280 acres

1,000 miles of shoreline

75 feet max. depth

1,452 feet above sea level

Spring 2011: Water levels continue to rise with melting snow and spring rains, reaching 1,453 feet above sea level and about 177,000 acres in April. As the largest natural freshwater lake in North Dakota, Devil's Lake is one of the state's most popular recreation destinations. Offering every water sport you could want, in addition to great hiking and biking opportunities around its scenic shores, ... Read full review

Cold Lake: Cold Lake Sunet

Cold Lake

(Alberta, Canada - Saskatchewan, Canada)

92,160 acres

325 feet max. depth

1,755 feet above sea level

It's hard to believe that a water body named Cold Lake would be a summer water sports paradise, but this large lake on the Alberta-Saskatchewan border is exactly that. Located 175 miles northeast of Edmonton, two-thirds of the lake lie in the province of Alberta, with the other third in Saskatchewan. The lake is accessible to summer water sports enthusiasts and to winter sports fans. The City of Cold ... Read full review

Lake Clearwater, South Island, New Zealand: Winter Over Lake Clearwater

Lake Clearwater

(South Island, New Zealand)

489 acres

65 feet max. depth

2,192 feet above sea level

When the winds are not blowing hard from off the mountains, Lake Clearwater holds images like a broad mirror. In it you can see reflections of the snow-capped Southern Alps that stretch for miles beyond under billowing clouds. No wonder this New Zealand treasure is called Lake Clearwater. The lake, in the Christchurch-Canterbury region of New Zealand's South Island, is located in a remote tussock-covered ... Read full review

Lake Catatoga, Illinois, USA: Sunset over Lake Catatoga

Lake Catatoga

(Illinois, USA)

66 acres

601 feet above sea level

Illinois' peaceful Lake Catatoga is situated between St. Louis and Springfield, just 15 miles west of the city of Litchfield. This sparkling body of water features a surface area of 66 acres and a dam on its northern end. It is nestled in Macoupin County - named after Macoupin Creek, a strong stream that winds throughout the area. 'Macopina' is the Native American word for 'water lily.' Indigenous ... Read full review

Billy Clapp Lake, Washington, USA: Shore View of Billy Clapp Lake

Billy Clapp Lake

(Washington, USA)

1,010 acres

1,335 feet above sea level

Located in north central Washington, two miles northeast of Stratford, Billy Clapp Lake offers visitors year round access to its deep blue waters. Billy Clapp Lake is a part of the Columbia Basin Project built by the US Bureau of Reclamation to provide flood protection and irrigation capabilities to the thousands of acres in the Columbia River Basin and surrounding areas. Millions of years ago, ... Read full review

Cossayuna Lake, New York, USA: another summer day

Cossayuna Lake

(New York, USA)

649 acres

9 miles of shoreline

25 feet max. depth

485 feet above sea level

For picturesque views of scenic mountain ranges, Cossayuna Lake is your top destination. Located in Washington County, New York, Cossayuna Lake is located between the Adirondack Park Preserve and the Green Mountain National Forest in the Capital-Saratoga tourism region. Cossayuna Lake is a quiet residential lake within a few minutes drive of any activity you wish to indulge. Saratoga Battlefield, ... Read full review

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