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Lakes & Marshes
A lake is a body of relatively still, fresh or salt water of considerable size, surrounded by land.
Lake MeadThree of America's four desert ecosystems--the Mojave, the Great Basin, and the Sonoran Deserts--meet in ...
Mono LakeMono Lake, at an elevation of 6,382 feet has held water for over ...
Convict LakeIn 1871, 29 prisoners escaped from a Nevada territorial prison. They broke up and ...
SilverwoodHigh in the heart of the San Bernardino National Forest, at the edge of the ...
Jackson LakeFishing, canoeing, kayaking, float tubing (boats without motors), picnicking, hiking, swimming.
Big BearBig Bear Lake is a reservoir first created in 1885 to provide water to ...
Lost LakeSprings will often form along faultlines because of the inconformity the fault ...
Lake GregoryLocated in the community of Crestline, CA, Lake Gregory Regional Park is tucked in ...
Barker DamOriginally built about by C. O. Barker, a cattleman, around 1900 to supply water for livestock.
Little Rock ReservoirThe Primary Purpose of the Little Rock Dam is to provide a water source to the ...
Elizabeth LakeLa Laguna Del Diablo, as it was known to the Spanish, was created by ...
Jess Ranch Lakes
Saline Valley Salt Lake
Lake Tuendae (Zzyzx)
Green Valley Lake
Saline Valley SaltlakeMarsh Areas
Havasu NWRFrom desert bighorn sheep to the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher, birds and other animals at Havasu ...
Afton CanyonAfton Canyon's surface water makes it unique in the southern California desert. Known locally ... Also see:
Oases, Springs, & Hot Springs