Top 12 Biggest Lakes in Massachusetts

North Watuppa Pond:The North Watuppa Pond is the second-largest naturally occurring body of water in Massachusetts, with a surface size of 1,805 acres.

Great Herring Pond:The 424-acre Great Herring Pond, once known as Lake Manomet, has an average depth of 21 feet and a maximum of 47 feet. The Herring River, originally known as Monument River.

Wachusett Reservoir:The Wachusett Reservoir, with a surface area of 4,057 acres and a capacity of 59.7 billion gallons, is a man-made massive drinking water supply reservoir in central Massachusetts.

Lake Chaubunagungamaug:Webster Lake is a lake in Webster, Massachusetts, sometimes known as Lake Chaubunagungamaug. It has a surface area of 1,442 acres near the Connecticut state line.

South Watuppa Pond:South Pond is a 1,460-acre body of water with a very modest depth (2.8 square miles). The South Watuppa Pond is located directly south of the North Watuppa Pond .

Otis Reservoir:Otis Reservoir is a 1,036-acre reservoir in Otis, Massachusetts, that has been constructed by the filling of three surrounding ponds.

Lake Quinsigamond: is a lake located in Worcester County, Massachusetts, between Worcester and Shrewsbury. It stretches 4 miles (6 kilometers) long, boasts a maximum depth of 85 feet (15 to 26 meters)

Lake Monomonac: is a man-made lake in the United States that crosses the boundary between Rindge, New Hampshire, and Winchendon, Massachusetts. 

Lake Cochituate:Lake Cochituate, a lake in Cochituate State Park, comprises three interconnected ponds. It was once utilized as a reservoir for Boston, but it is now used for recreational purposes. 

Long Pond: The lake covers 1,721 acres and has a maximum depth of 12 feet. It provides drinking water to the city of New Bedford.

Assawompset Pond:With a surface size of 2,404 acres, Assawompset Pond is Massachusetts’ third largest body of water and largest natural lake. 

Quabbin Reservoir:The artificial lake spans 24,700 acres and holds 412 billion gallons of water (1.56 km3). Recreational activities are regulated around the lake and restricted to protect 3 million.

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