Discover the 10 Deepest Lakes in The United State

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Crater Lake, Oregon - Crater Lake, the deepest lake in the United States with a depth of 1,949 feet, is famous for its stunning blue color, pure and pristine water.

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Lake Tahoe, Nevada - Lake Tahoe is the second deepest and one of the largest lakes in the United States with the purest water, with a purity of 99.994%.

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Lake Chelan, Washington - Lake Chelan in Washington is the third deepest lake in the US, with a maximum depth of 1,486 feet.

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Lake Superior, Michigan - Lake Superior is the fourth deepest lake in the US with a depth of 1,333 feet and contains 10% of the Earth's fresh water.

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Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho - Lake Pend Oreille in northern Idaho is the fifth deepest lake in the US, with a surface of 1,150 feet deep and 383 square kilometers.

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Illiana Lake, Alaska - Illiana Lake is the largest lake in Alaska and the 24th largest lake in North America, with a depth of 988 feet and a water volume of 27.2 cubic miles.

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Lake Michigan, Illinois - Lake Michigan is one of the largest and deepest lakes in the US, entirely in the country's territory, with a maximum depth of 923 feet.

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Lake Ontario, New York/Ontario - Lake Ontario, the smallest of the five Great Lakes by surface area, with its deepest point at 802 feet, is shared by the US and Canada.

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Lake Huron, Michigan/Ontario - Lake Huron is the second largest of the North American Great Lakes and one of the deepest lakes in the US, with a maximum depth of 751 feet.

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Seneca Lake, New York - Seneca Lake in New York is one of the top 10 deepest lakes in the US with a depth of 618 feet, famous for its abundance of lake trout and host of the National Lake Trout Derby.

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