What is the state with the most lakes?

Minnesota has the most lakes of any state. Minnesota may be the “Land of 10,000 Lakes," but Alaska is the state of more than 3 million lakes.
A.

Who has more lakes Minnesota or Wisconsin?

And, as so often is in life, bigger is not always better. Quality is what is truly desired. If Minnesota is the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” then Wisconsin is the “Land of more lakes than Minnesota.” Wisconsin boasts over 15,000 lakes within the state and an estimated 1017 miles of shore along the Great Lakes.
B.

Which state does not have a natural lake?

Q: I read somewhere that Maryland is the only state in without a natural lake. Is it true? A: Maryland has 4,000 ponds, several reservoirs and that big bay, but it's true the state comes up dry in the natural lakes department. But is it alone?
  • Which state has no natural lakes?

    Q: I read somewhere that Maryland is the only state in without a natural lake. Is it true? A: Maryland has 4,000 ponds, several reservoirs and that big bay, but it's true the state comes up dry in the natural lakes department. But is it alone?
  • Which state has the most lakes Minnesota or Wisconsin?

    And, as so often is in life, bigger is not always better. Quality is what is truly desired. If Minnesota is the “Land of 10,000 Lakes” then Wisconsin is the “Land of more lakes than Minnesota.” Wisconsin boasts over 15,000 lakes within the state and an estimated 1017 miles of shore along the Great Lakes.
  • Which country has the most lakes?

    Canada
C.

Where is the land of 10000 lakes?

Minnesota
  • How many lakes are actually in Minnesota?

    This is a list of lakes of Minnesota. Although promoted as the "Land of 10,000 Lakes," Minnesota has 11,842 lakes of 10 acres or more. The 1968 state survey found 15,291 lake basins, of which 3,257 were dry. If all basins over 2.5 acres were counted, Minnesota would have 21,871 lakes.
  • Why do they call Minnesota the Gopher State?

    Minnesota has many nicknames. It is known as the "Gopher State." Minnesota is also known as the "Bread and Butter State" because of its numerous flourmills and butter-making plants. Another nickname for the state is the "Land of 10,000 Lakes."
  • Why is it called the Bay State?

    According to WiseGeek.com, there are two theories about the nicknames origin. The first is because the Pilgrims settled on Cape Cod Bay. The second theory is a little more interesting. The company that was granted a British Royal Charter to populate the new colonies was called The Massachusetts Bay Company.

Updated: 5th October 2018

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