What lakes are in Missouri?
There are many lakes in Missouri such as Bull Shoals Lake, Harry S. Truman Reservoir, Lake of the Ozarks, Mark Twain Lake, Stockton Lake, Table Rock Lake and Thomas Hill Reservoir.
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Are you talking about the Great Lakes??? . prolly not, but if you are then here: Huron O....something starting with O Michigan Erie Superior i don't think you…'re talking bout the great lakes. but w/e. anyone who was looking for it, well, there you are.. Truman lake, table Rock Lake, Lake of the Ozarks, Stockton lake, Mark Twain Lake
Truman Reservoir (Lake) at 55,600 acres is slightly larger than the 55,000 acre Lake of the Ozarks
Missouri has several lakes and rivers, including the Mark TwainLake. The state also consists of the St. Francis River, theMissouri River, and the Lake of the Ozarks.
Truman Lake in Missouri has about 11.32 million gallons of water init. There are several types of fish in the lake as well.
Truman lake and Lake of the Ozarks are boty around 55,000 surface acres at normal pool, but Truman Lake can grow to over 200,000 acres for flood control> Source http://www.n…wk.usace.army.mil/ht/TheLake.cfm
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A very large number of varying sizes and the link below will give a full listing.
958 miles of shoreline
Missouri does not have natural lakes that are the result of past glaciation, as are common throughout the Great Lakes states and Canada. They do however have some oxbow lakes …and lakes resulting from sinkholes or collapsed cave systems.
Nope. Lake Mozart or Mozart Lake doesn't exist anywhere we know of.
The rivers in the Missouri river are Colorado River, Arkansas, Red river, St. Louis, and The Mississippi River. Trajan is awesome
North-westish, like all the rest of Oregon.