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Lake Cascade (southeast), Cascade, Idaho, USA
Idaho

Lake Cascade (reservoir) is the 4th largest lake/reservoir in Idaho.  Cascade dam was completed in 1948 and the resulting lake is over 16 miles (25.7km) long, roughly 4 miles (6.4km) wide and has a surface area of 30,000 acres (121 sq-km).

The North Fork of the Payette River flows through Lake Cascade, which is in the Boise National Forest and Valley County.

Image taken June 8, 2012.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Cascade

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