Lakes in United States
Lakes 21 to 37 out of 37 in United States. Lakes on this page are displayed on the map.
The second largest artificial lake in Kansas, Tuttle Creek Lake, is a reservoir located on the Big Blue River, 8 kilometers North of Manhattan. The artificial lake lies at the ... Read more
Clinton Lake is a reservoir lake to the southwest of Lawrence, Kansas. Although it was initially built to control the flooding in the area and provide water to the city of ... Read more
Cheney Lake is located in the South-Central portion of Kansas in the United States of America and is the result of the Cheney Dam being built between 1962 and ... Read more
Hillsdale Lake is a reservoir located in Miami County in Kansas, 48 kilometers South of Kansas City.
Geography and Animal Life
The 18.5 km2 man-made lake ... Read more
Lake Talquin is a reservoir located a few miles West from the city of Tallahassee – the capital of Florida – and it is considered one of the finest fishing lakes in the ... Read more
Lake Parker is a lake located in the northeastern side of the city of Lakeland (population: 100,710), in central Florida.
The lake has a surface area of almost 9 square kilometers ... Read more
Iliamna Lake is the largest lake in Alaska, and one of the largest in the United States, with a surface area of 2,622 square kilometers. It is considered an inland body of water, ... Read more
Waconda Lake, also known as Glen Elder Reservoir, is an artificial lake, offering some of the most spectacular sunsets in the country. It is one of the most ... Read more
Kanopolis Lake is a reservoir in Ellsworth County, in the Smoky Hills of the state of Kansas. It is one of the oldest man-made lakes, built between 1940 and 1948, bordered by the ... Read more
Kaw Lake is a 69 km2 reservoir with three main arms, located in Oklahoma. Nicknamed “nature’s playground”, it is the 7th largest lake by surface area in Oklahoma, ... Read more
Completed in 2010, Horsethief Reservoir is the newest man-made lake in the state of Kansas. It was named after the nearby Horsethief Canyon and was primarily constructed to manage ... Read more
The Great Salt Lake is the eighth largest endorheic lake in the world and the largest lake in the United States located west of the Mississippi River. It’s typically 3 to 5 ... Read more
Lake McConaughy is a reservoir located on the North Platte River in Nebraska, listed as one of the Top 100 Family Places to Fish and Boat in the U.S. by the Recreational Boating ... Read more
Lake Abert is a large, shallow, alkaline, endorheic lake in southern Oregon. The lake is located 3 miles (4.8 kilometers) northwest of the unincorporated community of Valley Falls, ... Read more
Crane Prairie Reservoir is a large, shallow reservoir located in central Oregon on the upper Deschutes River, about 42 miles (or 68 kilometers) southwest of Bend. The lake was ... Read more
Salton Sea is a shallow, saline and endorheic rift lake located in California’s San Andreas Fault in the Imperial and Coachella Valleys. The lake accidentally formed on a ... Read more
Lake Cachuma is a reservoir in California’s Central Santa Barbara County, in the Santa Ynez Valley. With its rugged beauty, variety of coves, inlets and wild shores, the lake ... Read more