By Vanshika Navlani
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Being the "land of 10,000 lakes," Minnesota is well-known. In Minnesota, there are countless lakes to choose from. Here is a list of 10 best lakes Minnesota!
10. Leech Lake, Cass County The Chippewa National Forest entirely encircles it. It serves as the county's reservoir and is the third-largest lake in the state.
9. Gull Lake The highest depth of it is 24 metres, & it is 24 kilometres long and 3 kilometres broad. It has a big fish population since it is home to different types of aquatic life.
8. Rainy Lake Ice fishing, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing are popular winter activities at Rainy Lake. Snowmobile trails are also recognised.
7. Lake Superior This Great Lake's extreme westernmost point is located in Minnesota. It is famed for its steep cliffs & is regarded as the North Shore of the gorgeous lake.
6. Mille Lacs Lake It is the second-largest lake in the state, despite the fact that its greatest depth of only 13 metres makes it shallow.
5. Lake Calhoun I has a beautiful park with trails for biking and strolling surrounds it on all sides.
4. Lake Pepin The Mississippi River's greatest section is this lake that exists naturally. Even though the Minnesota side is more developed, it is shared with the nearby state of Wisconsin.
3. Lake Harriet It is frequently used for special events because it is located in the southwest of the city. The lake is a well-liked leisure area.
2. Lake Vermilion Northeastern Minnesota is home to this freshwater lake. Its surface size exceeds 15,000 hectares, making it the seventh biggest lake in the state.
1. Lake of the Isles Among all the lakes in Minneapolis, this one is both the most picturesque and quietest. The trail that around Lake of the Isles is great for walking & cycling.
That Minnesota has a lot of lakes is one of its most notable characteristics is not surprising. Thank you for reading!
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