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Here are the 7 lakes we have listed within USA > West > Montana - compared by Newest (Youngest) Reservoirs.

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Lake Name Completion year Lake Description
Lake Koocanusa
(British Columbia, Canada / Montana, USA)
1973 Lake Koocanusa Pictures Also known as: Koocanusa Lake, Koocanusa Reservoir
In the far north of the United States, tucked into the northwestern end of Montana, is the long, narrow Lake Koocanusa. This lake is actually a man-made reservoir, created by the damming of the Kootenai (or, alternatively, Kootenay) River in the late 1960's and early 1970's. The dam that was built ...
Canyon Ferry Lake
(Montana, USA)
1955 Canyon Ferry Lake Pictures For lake lovers who relish the beauty of nature and the wonder of wildlife, there's no better place to relax and have fun than at Canyon Ferry Lake. At 35,181 acres, Canyon Ferry Lake is one of Montana's largest lakes, and one of the most popular recreational lakes in the state. It's long and narrow, ...
Hungry Horse Reservoir
(Montana, USA)
1954 Hungry Horse Reservoir Pictures Hungry Horse Reservoir Message Forums Hungry Horse Reservoir in Montana's Glacier Country offers a wealth of recreational opportunities to northwestern Montana visitors. The nearly 24,000-acre lake provides flood control and hydroelectric power to the area as well as being a focal point for recreation within the Flathead National Forest. ...
Fort Peck Lake
(Montana, USA)
1940 Fort Peck Lake Pictures Fort Peck Lake, located 20 miles southeast of Glasgow, Montana on Montana Highway 24, is the 5th-largest man-made reservoir by volume in the United States and is Montana's largest lake. Named after an old trading post, Fort Peck Lake is one of six lakes on the Missouri River. The other five lakes are ...
Mystic Lake
(Montana, USA)
1925 Mystic Lake Pictures Mystic Lake Message Forums One of the prettiest lakes in Montana's Yellowstone Country is Mystic Lake. This beautiful lake sits at 7,637 feet above sea level in the Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness and can be reached only by a more-than three-mile trail. The trail is somewhat steep in spots, and can be dangerous in bad weather, ...
Hebgen Lake
(Montana, USA)
1914 Hebgen Lake Pictures Hebgen Lake Message Forums Anglers will find some of Montana's best stillwater trout fishing at Hebgen Lake. The 12,500-acre reservoir lies conveniently just outside the western entry to Yellowstone National Park. An artificial reservoir created in 1914 along the Madison River by the Montana Reservoir and Irrigation Company, ...
Ennis Lake
(Montana, USA)
1906 Ennis Lake Message Forums In 1905 the Montana Power Company built a dam on the Madison River, creating Ennis Lake. The two and a half mile long lake stretches across Montana's Gold West Country in some of the state's best fly fishing territory. Its proximity to Yellowstone National Park makes it an exceptional home base for ...

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