Top 10 biggest lakes in Maryland

Triadelphia Reservoir:Another sprawling reservoir is the Triadelphia Reservoir, covering a surface size of 800 acres (3.24 km2). Triadelphia Reservoir sits in Brookeville, Maryland.

Piney Run Lake :Piney Run Reservoir is a hidden gem in Maryland. The 300-acre lake, which opened in 1974 alongside Maryland’s oldest park, is a beautiful place surrounded by farms and forest. 

Little Seneca Lake:which comprises 505 acres is located near Boyds, Maryland. Black Hill Regional Park’s main attraction is this lovely lake, and if you enjoy photography or wildlife watching.

Savage River Reservoir: is a 360-acre storage reservoir near Cumberland, Maryland. The most popular species living here are largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, and rainbow trout.

Prettyboy Reservoir:The 7,380-acre Prettyboy Reservoir nestles in northern Baltimore County, Maryland, and is the state’s largest reservoir. 

Loch Raven Reservoir: is a favorite among Maryland residents, and with good reason. Loch Raven Reservoir lies a few miles north of Baltimore and is an unspoiled beauty, covering 1,600 acres.

Deep Creek Lake: is the largest inland body of water in Maryland and one of its top attractions, flowing through the Allegheny Mountains. It’s not only a terrific place for outdoor sports.

St Mary’s Lake:One of the best freshwater lakes in the area is located deep in the southern portions of St. Mary’s County, Maryland, on the peninsula of land sandwiched.

Jennings Randolph Lake:which flows along the North Branch Potomac River, is located in Garrett County, Maryland, and Mineral County, West Virginia.

 Liberty Reservoir:This lake, which borders Baltimore and Carroll Counties, is as lovely as the pearls under the sun. The reservoir and its surroundings are more beautiful from the lookout spots. 

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