8 Deepest lakes in North America
North America contains huge plain land with cool climate there are thousands of natural and man-made lakes, most of the lakes lies in Canada and the United States, the continent covered area of 24.7 million square kilometers with 23 countries including United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Greenland, Cuba and many small countries lies on the continent. The Great Slave lake located in Canada in the region of Northwest Territories is the deepest lake in the continent of North America at the depth of 614 meters and Crater lake at the depth of 594 meters in United states is the second deepest. The surrounding of lakes has beautiful scenery and some of them identified as National Parks. The below Deepest lakes are located in North American Continent and needful details of lakes given in the list.
|Name of Lakes||Country||Region||Depth (meters)||Depth (feet)|
|Great Slave||Canada||Northwest Territories||614||2,015|
|Tahoe||United States||California, Nevada||501||1,644|
|Chelan||United States||Washington (state)||453||1,486|
|Great Bear||Canada||Northwest Territories||446||1,463|
|Superior||Canada, United States||Ontario, Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin||406||1,333|