Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie, Lake Ontario. Largest to smallest: Lake Superior (82,400 km2) Lake Huron (59,600 km2) Lake Michigan (58,000 km2) Lake Erie (25,700 km2) Lake Ontario (19,500 km2)
Lake Superior. Lake Superior - it is the largest lake in the Western Hemisphere in volume and the largest (true) lake in the world by size. Its size is 31,700 square miles and volume is 2,904 cubic miles.
Lake Erie is a lake that is above Ohio. Lake Erie is a really big lake and if you ever cross that lake you will be in a different state! And it is possible to have a few sharks in Lake Erie but only for a little bit because sharks can only live in salt water.
The five North American "Great Lakes" have the same names in Canada and the US : (by size) Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Michigan, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario. A sixth, much-smaller lake, called Lake St. Clair, lies on the waterway between Lakes Michigan and Erie.
There are several Ohio cities on the shores of Lake Erie. The largest is Cleveland. Toledo is another major city bordering Lake Erie, though it is actually on the Sandusky River next to Lake Erie. Lorain, Sandusky, and Lakewood are other cities of note on the shores of Lake Erie.