Florida has over 30,000 different lakes that cover over 3 million acres of land! Some of the lakes are very small and some are very large… Where are the largest lakes in Florida located and how large are they? Here are the largest lakes in Florida.
Total Acres: 12,500
A natural setting for Florida’s wildlife…
FUN FACT: At the deepest spot of the lake it’s only 12 feet deep.
Total Acres: 13,700
Sandhills and Cypress trees surround the lake… Perfect opportunities for pictures of Florida wildlife!
FUN FACT: Lake Harris is located along the Central Florida Ridge which is home to the states highest elevations…
Total Acres: 15,900
Putman and Flagler Counties most beautiful lake…
FUN FACT: Crescent Lake is only 2 miles wide… However, it’s 13 miles long.
Total Acres: 22,700
This beautiful lake is located at the headwaters of the Everglades!
FUN FACT: This lake is home to some of the best bass fishing you’ll ever find!
Total Acres: 28,000
Very shallow lake with water at an average of 4 feet deep.
FUN FACT: Lake Isokpoha is a Seminole word meaning “our people died here”.
Total Acres: 30,000
This massive lake is minutes away from Downtown Orlando and features some great fishing!
FUN FACT: The lake is fed by a natural spring.
Total Acres: 35,000
Alligators and Bald Eagles call this lake home…
FUN FACT: Lake Kissimmee is larger than all of Walt Disney World!
Total Acres: 37,500
Along the banks of the lake, you will find 10 different parks for your enjoyment!
FUN FACT: Lake Seminole is man-made and is a reservoir.
Total Acres: 46,000
Everyone should visit the Ocala National Forest and the Lake George Conservation Area!
FUN FACT: The average depth of the lake is only 8 feet!
Total Acres: 451,000
Florida’s largest lake… Great for fishing and viewing Florida’s wildlife.
FUN FACT: Lake Okeechobee is the fourth-largest lake that all shorelines are within the USA!