Largest lakes & reservoirs in Chile by water volumeThis is a comparison for lakes within Chile > - Compared by Largest Lakes - Water Volume in acre-foot.
For some lakes, "Largest Lakes - Water Volume" is unknown or does not apply, so this table may display fewer lakes than the total 6 articles we have published for Chile lakes.
Note: In the United States, an acre foot is a unit of volume used to refer to large-scale bodies of water. It is defined by the volume of water needed to cover 1 acre of surface area to a depth of 1 foot.
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|Lake name||Water vol. in ac-ft||Lake description|
|128,579,113 ac-ft||(Also known as Lago Llanquihue)
One of the largest lakes in South Chile, Lake Llanquihue (Lago Llanquihue in Spanish) covers over 200,000 acres. This picturesque lake, second only in…
|Lake Todos los Santos
|27,888,534 ac-ft||(Also known as Lago Todos los Santos,Lago Esmeralda, Purailla, Pichilauquen, Quechocavii (historical names))
One of the crown jewels in Chile’s glittering Lake District is Lake Todos los Santos. This huge, nearly 43,000-acre lake, although off the beaten path…