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Nebraska Lakes and Reservoirs

Bluestem Lake
Box Butte Reservoir
Branched Oak Lake
Brar Creek Lake
Calamus Reservoir
Conestoga Lake
Davis Creek Reservoir
Enders Reservoir
Fort Peck Lake
Glenn Cunningham Lake
Harlan County Lake
Harry Strunk Reservoir
Holmes Lake
Hugh Butler Reservoir
Lake Alice
Merritt Reservoir
Olive Creek Lake
Pawnee Lake
Sherman Reservoir
Site 10 Yankee Hill Lake Saltcreek Tributary
Stagecoach Lake
Standing Bear Lake
Swanson Reservoir
Twin Lakes
Wagontrain Lake
Wehrspann Lake
Winters Creek Lake
Zorinsky Lake

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Description - Nebraska's lakes are excelent destination for fishermen and boaters. Nebraska has many lakes designated as recreational areas, such as the Red Willow Reservoir, Walgren Lake and Willow Creek lake.

Attractions - Red Willow Reservoir State Recreation Area for camping, fishing, hunting. Walgren Lake State Recreataion area is a small but impressive area. Wilow Creek State Recreation area is a natural setting, and Conestoga Lake is used for smimming and water sports.

Recreation - Opportunites for camping, fishing, hunting and water sports are available at most of Nebraska's lakes and reservoirs

Climate - Nebraska has a moderate climate with high humidity. The relative humidity in this state averages 70 percent throughout the year. Winter temperatures normally average between 20 and 45 degrees F. March brings warmer weather and temperatures above freezing for most of the month. Spring is in full swing by late April when temperatures often reach above 60 degrees F. Summer temperatures reach highs of 95 degrees F frequently, with warm weather continuing into mid September. Crisp fall weather truly begins in October when nighttime temperatures begin to dip into the low 40s. The wettest time of the year in this state is late spring through summer.

Location - Driving directions and maps are available on most of the wildernet.com pages describing Nebraska lakes.

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Nebraska - This mid western state is characterized by rolling prairie, wide river basins and rural farmlands. The Platte River cuts a path through southern Nebraska supporting many of the reservoirs and croplands of the state.


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