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Lakes of New Jersey by county

                                               

Lakes of New York (state) by county

                                               

Lakes of Oregon by county

                                               

Lakes of South Dakota by county

                                               

Lakes of Utah by county

                                               

Lakes of Vermont by county

                                               

Lakes of Washington (state) by county

                                               

Lakes of Wisconsin by county

                                               

Lakes of Wyoming by county

                                               

Lake Arlington

Lake Arlington is man-made, 50-acre detention lake in the Chicago suburb of Arlington Heights, Illinois. The lakes average depth is between 5 and 7 feet.

                                               

Lake Kristi

Lake Kristi is a private water skiing-site located in Greenville, North Carolina containing two artificial lakes. The lake is named after former water skiing champion Kristi Overton Johnson. Although specifically designed for water skiing, Lake K ...

                                               

Leaser Lake

Leaser Lake is a man made lake located near Allentown in Lynn Township, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania. The lake is owned by the Commonwealth and managed by the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission. The lake was built for recreational use and opene ...

                                               

Lime Lake (Sarasota, Florida)

Whitehead Pond, known today as Lime Lake, is a man-made 3-acre fresh water pond originally built as a stormwater pond to reduce flooding in the surrounding area. The pond lies at the easternmost edge of 22nd Street in Sarasota, Florida. The pond ...

                                               

Little Grass Valley Reservoir

Little Grass Valley Reservoir is an artificial lake in Plumas County, California and Plumas National Forest near the Pacific Crest Trail. The lakes waters are impounded by Little Grass Valley Dam National ID CA00269, which was completed in 1961.

                                               

Tom Wallace Lake

                                               

Devils Lake (North Dakota)

Devils Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of North Dakota. It is the largest natural body of water and the second-largest body of water in North Dakota after Lake Sakakawea. It can reach a level of 1.458 ft before naturally flowing into the Sheyenn ...

                                               

Omak Lake

Omak Lake is a saline endorheic lake in the U.S. state of Washington, within the Greater Omak Area. The lake covers 3.244 acres at an elevation of 950 feet and is fed by three small creeks. With a volume of 705.000 acre feet and depth of 325 feet ...

                                               

Endorheic lakes of California

                                               

Endorheic lakes of Nevada

                                               

Endorheic lakes of Oregon

                                               

Endorheic lakes of Utah

                                               

Eagle Lake (Lassen County)

Eagle Lake is a lake at 5.098 ft elevation in Lassen County approximately 15 mi north of Susanville, California. An endorheic alkaline lake, it is the second largest natural lake entirely in the state of California, United States.

                                               

Honey Lake

Honey Lake is an endorheic sink in the Honey Lake Valley in northeastern California, near the Nevada border. Summer evaporation reduces the lake to a lower level of 12 square kilometers and creates an alkali flat. Honey Lake dries almost complete ...

                                               

New Year Lake

New Year Lake is a lake in northwestern Washoe County, Nevada. It is situated in the Hays Canyon Range at an elevation of 5.948 feet. Explorer John C. Fremont passed New Year Lake on December 26, 1843 during his second expedition. The lake appear ...

                                               

Pyramid Lake (Nevada)

Pyramid Lake is the geographic sink of the basin of the Truckee River, 40 mi northeast of Reno, Nevada, United States. Pyramid Lake is fed by the Truckee River, which is mostly the outflow from Lake Tahoe. The Truckee River enters Pyramid Lake at ...

                                               

Rush Lake (Tooele County, Utah)

Rush Lake is a shallow saline lake in Tooele County in the U.S. state of Utah. It is a remnant of Lake Bonneville, an ancient postglacial inland sea that covered much of the western United States during the Ice Ages. The lake is a natural impound ...

                                               

Topaz Lake

Topaz Lake is a reservoir located on the California-Nevada border, about 75 miles south of Reno. The census-designated place of Topaz Lake, Nevada, is located along its northwest shore. The modern reservoir was formed by diverting waters from the ...

                                               

Walker Lake (Nevada)

Walker Lake is a natural lake, in the Great Basin in western Nevada in the United States. It is 11 mi long and 5 mi wide, in northwestern Mineral County along the east side of the Wassuk Range, about 75 mi southeast of Reno. The lake is fed from ...

                                               

Washoe Lake

Washoe Lake is a lake located near Carson City in the Washoe Valley of Washoe County, Nevada. It is a very shallow lake with a surface area that can vary greatly from year to year. Washoe Lake State Park sits on the lakes southeastern shore. Wash ...

                                               

Lakes of Mono County, California

                                               

Baldwin Lake (Anoka County, Minnesota)

                                               

Lake Beulah (Mississippi)

Lake Beulah is an oxbow lake located in Bolivar County, Mississippi and Desha County, Arkansas, United States. The Arkansas-Mississippi border follows the center of the narrow, curving lake. The town of Beulah, Mississippi is located on the east ...

                                               

Big Lake (Iowa)

Big Lake is an open body of water surrounded by marshy islands in Navigation Pool 9 of the Upper Mississippi River. It lies where the Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin borders come together, just north of Lansing, Iowa. It is part of the Upper Missis ...

                                               

Bussey Lake

Bussey Lake is a backwater lake on the Iowa side of the Upper Mississippi River located about 2 miles above Lock and Dam No. 10, at Guttenberg, Iowa. The lake is joined by many rivers and creeks such as Buck Creek. Measuring 213 acres 0.86 km 2, ...

                                               

Cass Lake (Minnesota)

Cass Lake is a lake in north central Minnesota in the United States. It is approximately 10 mi long and 7 mi wide, located in Cass and Beltrami counties, within the Chippewa National Forest and the Leech Lake Indian Reservation, adjacent to its n ...

                                               

Frentress Lake

Frentress Lake is a backwater lake located on the eastern side of the Mississippi River in Jo Daviess County in northern Illinois, to the southeast of East Dubuque. Homes on Frentress Lake experienced flooding in April 2011.

                                               

Lake Onalaska

Lake Onalaska is a reservoir located on the Black River and Mississippi River between Wisconsin, and Minnesota. It is approximately 4 miles across, and is the widest point on the Mississippi River. Located in La Crosse County in the state of Wisc ...

                                               

Lake Pepin

Lake Pepin is a naturally occurring lake on the Mississippi River on the border between the U.S. states of Minnesota and Wisconsin. It is located in a valley carved by the outflow of an enormous glacial lake at the end of the last Ice Age. The la ...

                                               

Lake Whittington

Lake Whittington is an oxbow lake located in Bolivar County, Mississippi, and Desha County, Arkansas, United States. The Arkansas-Mississippi border follows the center of the narrow, curving lake. Prior to 1938, the north-south flowing Mississipp ...

                                               

Lake Winneshiek

Lake Winneshiek is the name given to that portion of Navigation Pool 9 impounded by Lock and Dam No. 9 between the dam to 4 miles south of the city of Lansing, Iowa on the Upper Mississippi River, near Ferryville, Wisconsin. It encompasses about ...

                                               

Big Lake (Missouri)

Big Lake is a 646-acre oxbow lake in Holt County, Missouri near Big Lake, Missouri. It is believed to have formed from the Missouri River sometime before Lewis & Clark visited the area in 1804. It is the largest oxbow lake in the state of Missour ...

                                               

Lake Bruin

Lake Bruin is an ox-bow lake of the Mississippi River located in Tensas Parish in northeastern Louisiana. It consists of some 3.000 acres of unusually clear water, particularly suited for swimming, boating, and fishing. Part of the lake is owned ...

                                               

Carlson Oxbow Park

Carlson Oxbow Park is an 89-acre nature park located in the Hessville neighborhood of Hammond, Indiana, along the north bank of the Little Calumet River and immediately south of the Borman Expressway. It takes its name from a sharp bend in the Li ...

                                               

Creve Coeur Lake

                                               

False River (Louisiana)

False River is an oxbow lake located in southeastern Pointe Coupee Parish, Louisiana centered at 30°38′19″N 91°29′04″W This lake was once the main channel of the Mississippi River in this area, but was cut off in about 1722 when seasonal flooding ...

                                               

Half Moon Lake (Polk County, Wisconsin)

This lake, located in Polk County, Wisconsin near Balsam Lake, is home to many different varieties of panfish and sport fish, which make it a popular destination for fishermen. Other recreational activities include boating, canoeing, swimming and ...

                                               

Horseshoe Lake (Alexander County, Illinois)

Horseshoe Lake is an oxbow lake in Alexander County, Illinois. It is the site of Illinoiss Horseshoe Lake State Fish and Wildlife Area, a state park 10.645 acres in size. A remnant of a large meander of the Mississippi River, it is today a shallo ...

                                               

Horseshoe Lake (Arkansas)

                                               

Horseshoe Lake (Madison County, Illinois)

Horseshoe Lake, a National Natural Landmark, is located in the American Bottom of Illinois within the greater St. Louis metropolitan area, is 2.400 acres in size, and is the second-largest natural lake in Illinois after Lake Michigan. An oxbow la ...

                                               

Kossila Oxbow

Kossila Oxbow is a geographical feature, classified as a Bend, located on the Crow Wing River in Wadena County, MN. Its center lies at a latitude of 46° 43 55.8552" and longitude of -94° 55 19.0194", and it has an elevation of 1.358 ft above sea ...

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