Crater Lake, Oregon 1,949 Feet

The deepest lake in the United States is Crater Lake, which ranks eighth among all lakes in the world in terms of depth.

Lake Tahoe, Nevada/California  1,645 Feet

Lake Tahoe is the second-deepest lake in the nation with a maximum depth of 1,645 feet. 

Lake Chelan, Washington   1,486 Feet

The depth of Lake Chelan places it third in the United States, sixth in North America, and 25th overall. 

Lake Superior, Michigan 1,333 Feet

The largest and deepest of the five Great Lakes in North America is Lake Superior. 

Lake Pend Oreille, Idaho 1,150 Feet

 the largest lake in Idaho. Additionally, the lake has a distinguished past that dates back to the Ice Age.

Iliamna Lake, Alaska 988 Feet

The Iliamna Lake, the third-biggest lake entirely on American soil, is the largest lake in Alaska. 

Tustumena Lake, Alaska 950 Feet

The seventh place goes to Lake Tustumena in Alaska, which is a massive 73,437 acres deep and 950 feet deep!

Lake Michigan 923 Feet

One of the largest lakes wholly contained inside the boundaries of the United States is Lake Michigan. 

Lake Clark, Alaska 870 Feet

Alaska's Lake Clark, which is 870 feet deep, bears the name of John W. Clark of Nushagak, Alaska, one of the state's earliest European Americans. 

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