The Cascade Lakes are a collection of lakes in central Oregon in the United States of America. They include Elk Lake, Hosmer Lake, Lava Lake, Cultus Lake, North and South Twin Lakes, as well as Crane Prairie Reservoir. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cascade Lakes"
Crater Lake is a lake in the U.S. state of Oregon that is 5 by 6 miles (8 by 9.6 km) and 1958 ft (597 m) deep. It is Crater Lake National Park's most prominent feature and is famous for its deep blue color, water clarity and vertical driftwood, named Old Man of the Lake. The lake partly fills a nearly 4000 ft (1220 m) deep caldera that was formed around 6900 years ago by the collapse of the volcano Mount Mazama. ...more on Wikipedia about "Crater Lake"
Detroit Lake covers 14 km² (3500 acres;) and is at an elevation of 481 m (1580 ft). It is formed by the Detroit Dam on the North Santiam River. The lake is a popular fishing and recreational area 46 miles (74 km) SE from Salem, Oregon. ...more on Wikipedia about "Detroit Lake"
Goose Lake is a large alkaline lake on the California- Oregon border. It is mostly surrounded by privately owned agricultural land, though there is a state recreation area on the Oregon side. Goose Lake is in Lake County, Oregon and Modoc County, California. ...more on Wikipedia about "Goose Lake (Oregon-California)"
Lake Celilo is a 24 mile long artificial lake on the Columbia River in the United States, in the states of both Washington and Oregon. It was created in 1957 with the construction of The Dalles Dam near the City of The Dalles, Oregon. Its filling drowned the former site of Celilo Falls and the neighboring fishing and trade village sites. ...more on Wikipedia about "Lake Celilo"
Maidu Lake (elevation 5980 ft/1823 m) is a small natural freshwater lake in the Cascade Range in eastern Douglas County, Oregon in the United States. It is the source of the North Umpqua River. ...more on Wikipedia about "Maidu Lake"
Upper Klamath Lake (sometimes called Klamath Lake) is a large, shallow freshwater lake east of the Cascade Range in south central Oregon in the United States. The largest freshwater body in Oregon, it is approximately 20 mi (32 km) long and 8 mi (12.9 km) wide and extends northwest from the city of Klamath Falls. It sits at an elevation of 4140 ft (1262 m). ...more on Wikipedia about "Upper Klamath Lake" The article you are reading is from shortopedia
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