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Coldwater Lake, Michigan, USA: Coldwater Lake State Park

Coldwater Lake

(Michigan, USA)

1,610 acres

12 miles of shoreline

93 feet max. depth

985 feet above sea level

Coldwater Lake, in quiet Southwest Michigan, is the epitome of the traditional Michigan lake vacation destination. Nestled just north of the Indiana state line in Branch County, Coldwater Lake forms the foundation of a 16-mile-long chain of glacier-created lakes trailing northward along the Coldwater River. The lakes are part of a group of watery treasures that include Northern Indiana's largest lakes ... Read full review

Coldwater Lake, Michigan, USA: Coldwater Lake State Park

Coldwater Lake

(Michigan, USA)

1,610 acres

12 miles of shoreline

93 feet max. depth

985 feet above sea level

Coldwater Lake, in quiet Southwest Michigan, is the epitome of the traditional Michigan lake vacation destination. Nestled just north of the Indiana state line in Branch County, Coldwater Lake forms the foundation of a 16-mile-long chain of glacier-created lakes trailing northward along the Coldwater River. The lakes are part of a group of watery treasures that include Northern Indiana's largest lakes ... Read full review

Andover Lake, Connecticut, USA: Andover Lake CT

Andover Lake

(Connecticut, USA)

159 acres

4 miles of shoreline

16 feet max. depth

Located in the town of Andover in northeastern Connecticut, Andover Lake provides a wonderful sense of community that only private lakes can offer. Andover Lake is surrounded by beautiful New England countryside in Connecticut's River Valley Tourism Region. Andover Lake membership provides lakeside homeowners, and area residents, access to 159 acres of clear, clean water waiting for fishing, swimming, ... Read full review

Lac Courte Oreilles, Wisconsin, USA: Lac Courte Oreilles Anglers

Lac Courte Oreilles

(Wisconsin, USA)

5,039 acres

26 miles of shoreline

92 feet max. depth

1,286 feet above sea level

Known for its "really big muskie," Lac Courte Oreilles near Hayward in Sawyer County has been a popular recreation spot with anglers for well over a hundred years. The fertile Wisconsin Northwoods with its wild rice and abundant wildlife has been calling to people for much longer. Mounds on the southern shore of Lac Courte Oreilles point to the area being inhabited as far back as 500 B.C. More ... Read full review

Long Lake, Maine, USA: Piling at Long Lake

Long Lake

(Maine, USA)

4,867 acres

59 feet max. depth

269 feet above sea level

Long Lake is part of the Sebago Lake Region, which includes nearby Panther Pond, Little Sebago, Thompson Lake, Coffee Pond, Brandy Pond, Moose Pond, Pleasant Lake, and Crescent Lake. The lake stretches approximately 11 miles among Naples, Maine and Harrison, Maine. The lake is 1 mile wide at some points with a maximum depth of 59 feet and an average depth of 25 feet. Some sources describe the lake ... Read full review

Lake Bogue Homa, Mississippi, USA: Lake Bogue Homa

Lake Bogue Homa

(Mississippi, USA)

882 acres

18 feet max. depth

226 feet above sea level

In Jones County of Mississippi's Coastal region, Lake Bogue Homa covers 882 surface acres. A mild and "friendly" climate year round and the comfort of countryside greenery make the lake a pleasant place to be for a relaxing boating trip. Lake Bogue Homa, which comes from the Choctaw words "bok" meaning "creek," and "homma" meaning "red," was constructed in 1939 and then transferred to the Mississippi ... Read full review

Greenwood Lake: Autumn Shoreline at East Arm of Greenwood Lake

Greenwood Lake

(New Jersey, USA - New York, USA)

1,920 acres

22 miles of shoreline

57 feet max. depth

623 feet above sea level

Formerly known as "Long Pond", Greenwood Lake is a natural reservoir that straddles the New York/New Jersey border. The lake is the largest freshwater body in Orange County, New York. It is owned by the Division of Parks and Forestry, and is used for recreational purposes. Overlooked by the Bearfoot Mountain Ridge, Greenwood Lake offers residents and tourists of both states 1,920 acres of recreation ... Read full review

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake, British Columbia, Canada: Stave Lake Summer

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake

(British Columbia, Canada)

14,332 acres

331 feet max. depth

262 feet above sea level

Stave Lake and Hayward Lake are reservoirs located about an hour east of Vancouver in British Columbia's Fraser Valley. Managed by BC Hydro, these lakes provide many recreational opportunities as well as a healthy portion of BC's hydroelectric power. A corner of Golden Ears Provincial Park encloses a portion of Stave Lake's northwestern shoreline, and a few private cottages cling to the steep hillsides ... Read full review

Lake Glenville, North Carolina, USA: Lake Glenville Panorama

Lake Glenville

(North Carolina, USA)

1,470 acres

26 miles of shoreline

125 feet max. depth

3,492 feet above sea level

Nestled among the forests and mountain peaks of southwestern North Carolina lies the highest lake east of the Mississippi, Lake Glenville (aka Thorpe Reservoir) at 3,492 feet. Lake Glenville, popular for its unspoiled beauty, sandy beaches, coves, waterfalls and luxurious lakefront properties covers 1,470 acres and boasts 26 miles of shoreline. Glenville Lake was formed when World War II war ... Read full review

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