Largest lakes & reservoirs in Southeast Region by water volumeThis is a comparison for lakes within USA > Midwest > South Dakota > Southeast Region > - 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 2 articles we have published for Southeast Region 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|
|Lewis and Clark Lake
(Lewis and Clark, Midwest, Nebraska, South Dakota, Southeast Region, USA)
Stretching 25 miles long and straddling the Nebraska and South Dakota border, 28,000-acre Lewis and Clark Lake is the smallest of the Missouri River r…
(Midwest, South Dakota, Southeast Region, USA)
|1,747 ac-ft||(Also known as Marindahl Reservoir)
Marindahl Lake, in South Dakotas’s Southeast Region, isn’t the kind of lake you’ll find on lists of the world’s greatest lakes. Indeed, you may not be…