Lake Superior is much larger, the largest lake in North America, the second largest lake in the world by area, and the third largest lake not directly connected to a saltwater ocean. Lake Pontchartrain is comparatively large, but brackish, and is very shallow as lakes go (deepest point less than 60 feet).
The largest lakes would be Lake Superior and Lake Michigan by far. The largest lake that is completely surrounded by Wisconsin would be Lake Winnebago. It is shallow and rough though. By volume, Green lake is the largest because of it's depth.
Lake Superior is a fresh water lake.
No, Lake Superior is a freshwater lake.
Lake Nipigapon which drains its water to Lake Superior is situated in the north of Lake Superior, Canada.
Lake Michigan is south of lake Superior
Lake Superior is to the north of Lake Michigan.
The answer is Lake Superior
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It is Lake Superior. Please do not improve this because it IS correct:)
Lake Superior is larger than Lake Erie.
lake superior but we share lake superior with Canada
Lake Superior is a lake. Hence the name.
No, there are no glaciers in Lake Superior. However, glaciers CREATED Lake Superior, in fact, all of the Great Lakes. Lake Superior may have large floes of ice in winter.
Lake Superior is the largest FRESH WATER lake.
No. Lake Superior is larger than Lake Erie.
Lake Superior is smaller than Lake Victoria
Lake Superior and who ever did the other answer it was not Lake Michigan and Lake Superior it was only Lake Superior
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The largest freshwater lake in the world, in area, is Lake Superior. Lake Superior is also the third largest freshwater lake in volume in the world.
Hudson Bay. Hudson Bay is not a lake. The large lake north of Lake Superior is Lake Nipigon, which drains through the Nipigon River into Lake Superior's Nipigon Bay at the Town of Nipigon. Nipigon Bay is the northernmost part of Lake Superior.
Lake Superior is larger than Lake erie