South Lakes A-Z
South Lakes and Reservoirs
|Lake Name||Lake Summary|
|Deep Lake||Fish and other water-loving animals glide just beneath the surface of water that plunges 98 feet deep. Florida royal palms and patches of cypress trees ...|
|Lake Huntley||They are sipping tea, watching the sun set across beautiful Lake Huntley and counting their emerging lucky stars. They were looking for a place to stay ...|
|Lake Istokpoga||Lake Istokpoga, located in Highlands County, is Florida's fifth largest lake and stretches out over 27,692 Florida acres. With a maximum length of 10 ...|
|Lake June in Winter||
Also known as: Lake June, Lake Stearns
Lake June in Winter, often referred to simply as Lake June, is a 3,504 acre freshwater lake in the Lake Placid area of south-central Florida. Formerly ...
|Lake Okeechobee||With over 451,000 blue, watery acres, Lake Okeechobee is a lake with many titles. It is, by surface acreage, the largest lake in Florida. It also holds ...|
|Lake Placid||Lake Placid is a large sandy-bottom, freshwater lake located in south central Florida. The lake is ideally located between the Gulf and Atlantic Coasts ...|
Also known as: Sebring Lake
Lake Sebring in Highlands County has been a Florida tourism destination since 1912. Wealthy businessman George Sebring came here from Ohio on a fishing ...
|Lake Trafford||Lake Trafford, a 1500-acre lake in Florida's southwest region, is an example of ecological revitalization; its demise was arrested and reversed in just ...|
|Lake Wales Ridge and Crooked Lake||
Also known as: Lake Caloosa
Remnants of desert sea islands 2.3 million years old host the hundreds of lakes along Florida's Lake Wales Ridge. This large area encompasses a broad ...