Lake Topography by Region

As a lake homeowner, you’re probably familiar with the concept of topography. It refers to the study of land surfaces, which encompasses various features such as mountains, hills, valleys, and bodies of water. When looking at lake areas, one common …

Top 5 Deepest Lakes in the U.S.

Crater Lake, Oregon (1,949 feet deep) Lake Tahoe, California/Nevada (1,645 feet deep) Lake Chelan, Washington (1,486 feet deep) Lake Superior, Michigan/Wisconsin/Minnesota (1,332 feet deep) Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho (1,158 feet deep)