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J. Strom Thurmond Lake: Dam at J. Strom Thurmond Lake

J. Strom Thurmond Lake

(Georgia, USA - South Carolina, USA)

71,000 acres

1,200 miles of shoreline

180 feet max. depth

330 feet above sea level

J. Strom Thurmond Lake, aka Clarks Hill Lake, holds the title of second largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River. Straddling the Georgia-South Carolina border, the lake encompasses a mind-boggling surface area of 71,000 acres, and welcomes millions of visitors per year. This enormous body of water touches seven counties and the Savannah, Broad, and Little Rivers. With such stunning natural ... Read full review

J. Strom Thurmond Lake: Dam at J. Strom Thurmond Lake

J. Strom Thurmond Lake

(Georgia, USA - South Carolina, USA)

71,000 acres

1,200 miles of shoreline

180 feet max. depth

330 feet above sea level

J. Strom Thurmond Lake, aka Clarks Hill Lake, holds the title of second largest artificial lake east of the Mississippi River. Straddling the Georgia-South Carolina border, the lake encompasses a mind-boggling surface area of 71,000 acres, and welcomes millions of visitors per year. This enormous body of water touches seven counties and the Savannah, Broad, and Little Rivers. With such stunning natural ... Read full review

Yellowstone Lake, Wyoming, USA: Yellowstone Lake

Yellowstone Lake

(Wyoming, USA)

84,288 acres

141 miles of shoreline

390 feet max. depth

7,733 feet above sea level

Yellowstone Lake is located in the southeast corner of Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. The Park was established in 1872, making it the first national park in the world. Yellowstone is one of the most visited National Parks in the United States, and many visitors use the Lake as their 'base camp' for all of the wonders in the Park. Yellowstone Lake is particularly suited as a base camp, with over ... Read full review

Cuyuna Lakes, Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area, Minnesota, USA: Louise Mine Pit Lake

Cuyuna Lakes, Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area

(Minnesota, USA)

253 acres

4 miles of shoreline

25 feet max. depth

1,195 feet above sea level

Little known but extra special are the many lakes within the Cuyuna Country State Recreation Area in central Minnesota. Nature lovers and recreational activity fans, particularly those who enjoy mountain biking, are hearing more and more about this group of lakes and their beautiful scenic setting. One of the 5000-acre Recreation Area's major features is the 25 miles of world-class, IMBA certified ... Read full review

Bafa Lake, Turkey: Lake Bafa Panoramic

Bafa Lake

(Turkey)

16,951 acres

35 miles of shoreline

82 feet max. depth

7 feet above sea level

Bafa Lake has been eyewitness to history since before mankind began recording it. This lake in western Turkey was once a bay of the Gulf of Miletus on the Aegean Sea. Cave paintings in the mountains towering above the ancient harbor of Latmos Heraclea have been dated as originating 5000-6000 BC. According to Greek mythology, it was here in these mountains that the moon goddess Selene fell in love ... Read full review

Lake Windermere, England, United Kingdom: Panoramic View of Windermere

Lake Windermere

(England, United Kingdom)

3,648 acres

210 feet max. depth

128 feet above sea level

Lake Windermere is the largest natural lake in England, covering more than 3,600 acres (1,476 hectares) in northwest England's famous Lake District. Called simply Windermere by many, it has enjoyed a wide popularity among travelers for more than 160 years. In 1847, the Kendal and Windermere Railway provided widespread access to the area with its new branch line that runs near the eastern shore of ... Read full review

Lake Granbury, Texas, USA: Sunset Over Lake Granbury

Lake Granbury

(Texas, USA)

8,310 acres

103 miles of shoreline

75 feet max. depth

693 feet above sea level

One of only three lakes that dam the Brazos River, Lake Granbury was created in 1969 to provide storage capacity for flood and storm waters for municipalities, industries, and agriculture. Lake Granbury and De Cordova Bend Dam are managed by the Brazos River Authority. Located in the Prairies and Lakes region of Texas, Lake Granbury is an hour west of Fort Worth. The 103-mile shoreline is dotted with ... Read full review

Lake Pillsbury, California, USA: ONLY FULL LAKE IN CALIFORNIA 6/20/2014

Lake Pillsbury

(California, USA)

2,280 acres

31 miles of shoreline

1,832 feet above sea level

Surrounded by the Mendocino National Forest and approachable only by gravel roads, Lake Pillsbury in Lake County, California is an exciting destination offering a tranquil get away and back to nature location. Completed in 1923 when Scott Dam was built on the Eel River, this reservoir is used for electrical power generation, but is best known as a secluded recreational area in the gorgeous mountains ... Read full review

Lake Golcuk, Turkey: Panoramic View

Lake Golcuk

(Turkey)

11 acres

1 miles of shoreline

3,975 feet above sea level

A favorite day trip for residents and visitors to Bolu, Lake Golcuk is one of the most scenic sights in the north-western region of Turkey. Created in 1958 when a dam impounded the waters from melting snow, Lake Golcuk covers about 11 acres between heavily-forested, low hills. Only nine miles from the City of Bolu, Lake Golcuk is the perfect spot for picnics, nature walks and cool breezes. At 3957 ... Read full review

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