The Largest Lake in Every State

As part of our mission at U.P. Supply Co. we hope to instill a sense of pride and wonderment in our natural surroundings, and especially the Great Lakes. They’re breathtakingly enormoous and beautiful, and you know this. They’re also very important to protect. It’s that we want to show off just how big the Great Lakes are (ok, that’s definitely part of it), but we want to show these comparrions so that we don’t take these lakes for granted.

This really puts into perspective just how fortunate we are with our abundance of water. For example, did you know that the largest state in 28 states is a man-made lake?

βœ… - Entirely inside the state
πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ - Artificial lake, either resevoirs or dammed natural lakes

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Michigan

Lake Superior

Lake Superior

  • Area

    31,700 mi2

  • Max Depth

    1,333 feet

  • Elecation

    60,171 feet

Photo source

Lake Superior, Michigan
Lake Huron

Lake Huron

  • Area

    23,007 mi2

  • Max Depth

    750 feet

  • Elecation

    577 feet

It would require 1.4 Lake Hurons to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Huron, Michigan
Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan

  • Area

    22,404 mi2

  • Max Depth

    923 feet

  • Elecation

    577 feet

It would require 1.4 Lake Michigans to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Michigan, Michigan
Lake Erie

Lake Erie

  • Area

    9,910 mi2

  • Max Depth

    210 feet

  • Elecation

    569 feet

It would require 3.2 Lake Eries to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Erie, Michigan
Houghton Lake

Houghton Lake βœ…

  • Area

    31.3 mi2

  • Max Depth

    22 feet

  • Elecation

    1,138 feet

It would require 1,012 Houghton Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Houghton Lake, Michigan
Lake Gogebic

Lake Gogebic βœ…

  • Area

    20.9 mi2

  • Max Depth

    38 feet

  • Elecation

    1,293 feet

Largest lake entirely in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, 6th largest lake entirely inside Michigan, and 12th largest lake in michigan

It would require 1,516 Lake Gogebics to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Gogebic, Michigan

Alabama

Guntersville Lake

Guntersville Lake βœ…

  • Area

    108 mi2

  • Max Depth

    60 feet

  • Elecation

    591 feet

Technically, it does stretch into Tennessee, but only as a small percentage so we're going to give it a pass.

It would require 294 Guntersville Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

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Guntersville Lake, Alabama

Alaska

Lake Iliamna

Lake Iliamna βœ…

  • Area

    1,012 mi2

  • Max Depth

    988 feet

  • Elecation

    46 feet

Lake Iliamna is not only the largest lake in Alaska, but also among the top seven lagest lakes entirely in the United States.

It would require 31.3 Lake Iliamnas to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Iliamna, Alaska

Arizona

Lake Powell

Lake Powell πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    252 mi2

  • Max Depth

    583 feet

  • Elecation

    3,628 feet

Lake Powell has over 2,000 miles of shoreline, giving it more shoreline than Washington, Oregon, and California combined.

It would require 126 Lake Powells to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Powell, Arizona
Theodore Roosevelt Lake

Theodore Roosevelt Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    33.6 mi2

  • Max Depth

    349 feet

  • Elecation

    2,094 feet

It would require 944 Theodore Roosevelt Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Theodore Roosevelt Lake, Arizona

Arkansas

Bull Shoals Lake

Bull Shoals Lake πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    71.0 mi2

  • Max Depth

    210 feet

  • Elecation

    661 feet

It would require 446 Bull Shoals Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Bull Shoals Lake, Arkansas
Lake Ouachita

Lake Ouachita βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    62.7 mi2

  • Max Depth

    200 feet

  • Elecation

    557 feet

Lake Ouachita contains roughly 200 islands, a number that varies depending on the lakes water level.

It would require 506 Lake Ouachitas to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Ouachita, Arkansas

California

Salton Sea

Salton Sea βœ…

  • Area

    343 mi2

  • Max Depth

    43 feet

  • Elecation

    236 feet

The high evaporation rate and low water inflow has made the water of the Salton Sea two times saltier than the ocean.

It would require 92.4 Salton Seas to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

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Salton Sea, California

Colorado

John Martin Reservoir

John Martin Reservoir βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    18.2 mi2

  • Max Depth

    60 feet

  • Elecation

    3,840 feet

Located in Bent County, John Martin Resivoir is viewed as a premier birding area with 373 documented species.

It would require 1,740 John Martin Reservoirs to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

John Martin Reservoir, Colorado

Connecticut

Candlewood Lake

Candlewood Lake βœ…

  • Area

    8.47 mi2

  • Max Depth

    90 feet

  • Elecation

    429 feet

It would require 3,743 Candlewood Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Candlewood Lake, Connecticut

Delaware

Lums pond

Lums pond βœ…

  • Area

    0.31 mi2

  • Max Depth

    35 feet

  • Elecation

    43 feet

It would require 101,440 Lums ponds to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lums pond, Delaware

Florida

Lake Okeechobee

Lake Okeechobee βœ…

  • Area

    734 mi2

  • Max Depth

    12 feet

  • Elecation

    18 feet

It would require 43.2 Lake Okeechobees to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Okeechobee, Florida

Georgia

Lake Strom Thurmond

Lake Strom Thurmond πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    111 mi2

  • Max Depth

    180 feet

  • Elecation

    330 feet

It would require 285 Lake Strom Thurmonds to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Strom Thurmond, Georgia
Lake Lanier

Lake Lanier βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    59.4 mi2

  • Max Depth

    156 feet

  • Elecation

    1,070 feet

It would require 534 Lake Laniers to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Lanier, Georgia

Hawaii

Halulu Lake

Halulu Lake βœ…

  • Area

    0.28 mi2

  • Max Depth

    25 feet

  • Elecation

    10 feet

There is one exception, the neighboring lake of Halali'i becomes significantly larger during the rainy season. Both are located on the western most Hawaiian island of Ni'ihau, which is forbidden from the public.

It would require 111,473 Halulu Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Halulu Lake, Hawaii

Idaho

Lake Pend Oreille

Lake Pend Oreille βœ…

  • Area

    148 mi2

  • Max Depth

    1,150 feet

  • Elecation

    2,062 feet

It would require 214 Lake Pend Oreilles to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho

Illinois

Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan

  • Area

    22,404 mi2

  • Max Depth

    923 feet

  • Elecation

    577 feet

It would require 1.4 Lake Michigans to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Michigan, Illinois
Carlyle Lake

Carlyle Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    40.6 mi2

  • Max Depth

    35 feet

  • Elecation

    445 feet

It would require 780 Carlyle Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Carlyle Lake, Illinois

Indiana

Lake Michigan

Lake Michigan

  • Area

    22,404 mi2

  • Max Depth

    923 feet

  • Elecation

    577 feet

It would require 1.4 Lake Michigans to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Michigan, Indiana
Lake Monroe

Lake Monroe βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    16.8 mi2

  • Max Depth

    59 feet

  • Elecation

    535 feet

It would require 1,887 Lake Monroes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Monroe, Indiana

Iowa

Lake Red Rock

Lake Red Rock βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    24.2 mi2

  • Max Depth

    44 feet

  • Elecation

    722 feet

It would require 1,307 Lake Red Rocks to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Red Rock, Iowa

Kansas

Milford Lake

Milford Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    24.5 mi2

  • Max Depth

    65 feet

  • Elecation

    1,148 feet

It would require 1,292 Milford Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Milford Lake, Kansas

Kentucky

Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Lake πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    250 mi2

  • Max Depth

    75 feet

  • Elecation

    351 feet

It would require 127 Kentucky Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Kentucky Lake, Kentucky
Lake Cumberland

Lake Cumberland βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    78.5 mi2

  • Max Depth

    197 feet

  • Elecation

    722 feet

It would require 404 Lake Cumberlands to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Cumberland, Kentucky

Louisiana

Lake Pontchartrain

Lake Pontchartrain βœ…

  • Area

    630 mi2

  • Max Depth

    65 feet

  • Elecation

    12 feet

It would require 50.3 Lake Pontchartrains to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Pontchartrain, Louisiana

Maine

Moosehead Lake

Moosehead Lake βœ…

  • Area

    118 mi2

  • Max Depth

    246 feet

  • Elecation

    1,029 feet

It would require 269 Moosehead Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Moosehead Lake, Maine

Maryland

Deep Creek Lake

Deep Creek Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    5.67 mi2

  • Max Depth

    75 feet

  • Elecation

    2,461 feet

It would require 5,592 Deep Creek Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Deep Creek Lake, Maryland

Massachusetts

Quabbin reservoir

Quabbin reservoir βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    38.6 mi2

  • Max Depth

    150 feet

  • Elecation

    522 feet

It would require 821 Quabbin reservoirs to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Quabbin reservoir, Massachusetts

Minnesota

Lake Superior

Lake Superior

  • Area

    31,700 mi2

  • Max Depth

    1,333 feet

  • Elecation

    60,171 feet

Photo source

Lake Superior, Minnesota
Red lake

Red lake βœ…

  • Area

    427 mi2

  • Max Depth

    84 feet

  • Elecation

    1,175 feet

It would require 74.2 Red lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Red lake, Minnesota

Mississippi

Pickwick Lake

Pickwick Lake πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    67.3 mi2

  • Max Depth

    59 feet

  • Elecation

    505 feet

actually in Tennesse

It would require 471 Pickwick Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

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Pickwick Lake, Mississippi
Grenada Lake

Grenada Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    54.7 mi2

  • Max Depth

    50 feet

  • Elecation

    203 feet

It would require 580 Grenada Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Grenada Lake, Mississippi

Missouri

Harry S. Truman Lake

Harry S. Truman Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    86.9 mi2

  • Max Depth

    443 feet

  • Elecation

    706 feet

It would require 365 Harry S. Truman Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Harry S. Truman Lake, Missouri

Montana

Fort Peck Lake

Fort Peck Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    383 mi2

  • Max Depth

    220 feet

  • Elecation

    2,250 feet

It would require 82.8 Fort Peck Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

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Fort Peck Lake, Montana

Nebraska

Lake McConaughy

Lake McConaughy βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    55.8 mi2

  • Max Depth

    142 feet

  • Elecation

    3,271 feet

It would require 568 Lake McConaughys to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

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Lake McConaughy, Nebraska

Nevada

Lake Mead

Lake Mead πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    247 mi2

  • Max Depth

    532 feet

  • Elecation

    1,229 feet

It would require 128 Lake Meads to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

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Lake Mead, Nevada
Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe

  • Area

    191 mi2

  • Max Depth

    1,645 feet

  • Elecation

    6,225 feet

It would require 166 Lake Tahoes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Tahoe, Nevada
Pyramid Lake

Pyramid Lake βœ…

  • Area

    188 mi2

  • Max Depth

    356 feet

  • Elecation

    3,796 feet

It would require 169 Pyramid Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Pyramid Lake, Nevada

New Hampshire

Lake Winnipesaukee

Lake Winnipesaukee βœ…

  • Area

    71.0 mi2

  • Max Depth

    180 feet

  • Elecation

    504 feet

It would require 446 Lake Winnipesaukees to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Winnipesaukee, New Hampshire

New Jersey

Lake Hopatcong

Lake Hopatcong βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    4.00 mi2

  • Max Depth

    50 feet

  • Elecation

    950 feet

It would require 7,925 Lake Hopatcongs to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Hopatcong, New Jersey

New Mexico

Elephant Butte Reservoir

Elephant Butte Reservoir βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    57.0 mi2

  • Max Depth

    157 feet

  • Elecation

    4,414 feet

It would require 556 Elephant Butte Reservoirs to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Elephant Butte Reservoir, New Mexico

New York

Lake Erie

Lake Erie

  • Area

    9,910 mi2

  • Max Depth

    210 feet

  • Elecation

    569 feet

It would require 3.2 Lake Eries to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Erie, New York
Lake Ontario

Lake Ontario

  • Area

    7,340 mi2

  • Max Depth

    802 feet

  • Elecation

    243 feet

It would require 4.3 Lake Ontarios to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Ontario, New York
Lake Champlain

Lake Champlain

  • Area

    423 mi2

  • Max Depth

    400 feet

  • Elecation

    95 feet

It would require 74.9 Lake Champlains to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Champlain, New York
Oneida Lake

Oneida Lake βœ…

  • Area

    79.8 mi2

  • Max Depth

    55 feet

  • Elecation

    369 feet

It would require 397 Oneida Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Oneida Lake, New York

North Carolina

Kerr Lake

Kerr Lake πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    76.4 mi2

  • Max Depth

    100 feet

  • Elecation

    310 feet

It would require 415 Kerr Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Kerr Lake, North Carolina
Lake Mattamuskeet

Lake Mattamuskeet βœ…

  • Area

    62.5 mi2

  • Max Depth

    4 feet

  • Elecation

    3 feet

It would require 507 Lake Mattamuskeets to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Mattamuskeet, North Carolina

North Dakota

Lake Sakakawea

Lake Sakakawea βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    480 mi2

  • Max Depth

    180 feet

  • Elecation

    1,817 feet

It would require 66.0 Lake Sakakaweas to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota

Ohio

Lake Erie

Lake Erie

  • Area

    9,910 mi2

  • Max Depth

    210 feet

  • Elecation

    569 feet

It would require 3.2 Lake Eries to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Erie, Ohio
Grand Lake St. Marys

Grand Lake St. Marys βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    20.2 mi2

  • Max Depth

    16 feet

  • Elecation

    869 feet

Aphanizomenon gracile, a toxic species of blue-green algae has taken over the lake as a result of manure and fertilizer run-off from water shed lands feeding the lake. Thousands of fish and other forms of aquatic life have died, and the EPA has posted signs advising there be no contact with the water as a result of the algae bloom.

It would require 1,573 Grand Lake St. Maryss to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Grand Lake St. Marys, Ohio

Oklahoma

Eufaula Lake

Eufaula Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    159 mi2

  • Max Depth

    87 feet

  • Elecation

    585 feet

It would require 199 Eufaula Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Eufaula Lake, Oklahoma

Oregon

Upper Klamath Lake

Upper Klamath Lake βœ…

  • Area

    96.2 mi2

  • Max Depth

    49 feet

  • Elecation

    4,140 feet

It would require 330 Upper Klamath Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Upper Klamath Lake, Oregon

Pennsylvania

Lake Erie

Lake Erie

  • Area

    9,910 mi2

  • Max Depth

    210 feet

  • Elecation

    569 feet

It would require 3.2 Lake Eries to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Erie, Pennsylvania
Raystown Lake

Raystown Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    13.0 mi2

  • Max Depth

    200 feet

  • Elecation

    784 feet

It would require 2,444 Raystown Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Raystown Lake, Pennsylvania

Rhode Island

Ninigret Pond

Ninigret Pond βœ…

  • Area

    2.40 mi2

  • Max Depth

    4 feet

  • Elecation

    0 feet

It would require 13,183 Ninigret Ponds to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Ninigret Pond, Rhode Island

South Carolina

Lake Marion

Lake Marion βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    173 mi2

  • Max Depth

    76 feet

  • Elecation

    75 feet

It would require 183 Lake Marions to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Marion, South Carolina

South Dakota

Lake Oahe

Lake Oahe πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    578 mi2

  • Max Depth

    205 feet

  • Elecation

    1,647 feet

It would require 54.8 Lake Oahes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Oahe, South Dakota
Lake Francis Case

Lake Francis Case βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    159 mi2

  • Max Depth

    140 feet

  • Elecation

    1,355 feet

It would require 199 Lake Francis Cases to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Francis Case, South Dakota

Tennessee

Kentucky Lake

Kentucky Lake πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    250 mi2

  • Max Depth

    75 feet

  • Elecation

    351 feet

Danville Grain Elevator or the Danville Freight Elevator constructed in 1914 to transfer rail and river freight still stands in the middle of Kentucky Lake.

It would require 127 Kentucky Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Kentucky Lake, Tennessee
Watts Bar Lake

Watts Bar Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    60.9 mi2

  • Max Depth

    108 feet

  • Elecation

    741 feet

It would require 520 Watts Bar Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Watts Bar Lake, Tennessee

Texas

Toledo Bend Reservoir

Toledo Bend Reservoir πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    289 mi2

  • Max Depth

    110 feet

  • Elecation

    170 feet

It would require 110 Toledo Bend Reservoirs to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Toledo Bend Reservoir, Texas
Sam Rayburn Reservoir

Sam Rayburn Reservoir βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    179 mi2

  • Max Depth

    80 feet

  • Elecation

    164 feet

The reservoir will serve as the first location the Bass Pro Shops Collegiate Bass Fishing Series in 2019.

It would require 177 Sam Rayburn Reservoirs to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Sam Rayburn Reservoir, Texas

Utah

Great Salt Lake

Great Salt Lake βœ…

  • Area

    1,700 mi2

  • Max Depth

    33 feet

  • Elecation

    4,200 feet

It would require 18.6 Great Salt Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Great Salt Lake, Utah

Vermont

Lake Champlain

Lake Champlain

  • Area

    423 mi2

  • Max Depth

    400 feet

  • Elecation

    95 feet

It would require 74.9 Lake Champlains to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Champlain, Vermont
Lake Bomoseen

Lake Bomoseen βœ…

  • Area

    3.70 mi2

  • Max Depth

    65 feet

  • Elecation

    410 feet

It would require 8,560 Lake Bomoseens to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Bomoseen, Vermont

Virginia

Kerr Lake

Kerr Lake πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    76.4 mi2

  • Max Depth

    100 feet

  • Elecation

    310 feet

It would require 415 Kerr Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Kerr Lake, Virginia
Smith Mountain Lake

Smith Mountain Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    32.5 mi2

  • Max Depth

    250 feet

  • Elecation

    795 feet

It would require 975 Smith Mountain Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia

Washington

Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake

Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    128 mi2

  • Max Depth

    375 feet

  • Elecation

    75 feet

It would require 247 Franklin D. Roosevelt Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Franklin D. Roosevelt Lake, Washington

West Virginia

Summersville Lake

Summersville Lake βœ… πŸ‘·β€β™€οΈ

  • Area

    4.36 mi2

  • Max Depth

    327 feet

  • Elecation

    1,644 feet

It would require 7,272 Summersville Lakes to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Summersville Lake, West Virginia

Wisconsin

Lake Superior

Lake Superior

  • Area

    31,700 mi2

  • Max Depth

    1,333 feet

  • Elecation

    60,171 feet

Apostle Island National Lakeshore in Bayfield Wisconsin.

Photo source

Lake Superior, Wisconsin
Lake Winnebago

Lake Winnebago βœ…

  • Area

    206 mi2

  • Max Depth

    21 feet

  • Elecation

    746 feet

It would require 154 Lake Winnebagos to equal the surface area of Lake Superior.

Photo source

Lake Winnebago, Wisconsin

Header image source from International Space Station Imagery, taken on April 1, 2004.

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