North America holds huge open land with a cool climate, thousands of natural and man-made lakes found here, most of the lakes in Canada and the United States, the continent covered area of 24.7 million sq km, it has 23 countries including the United States of America, Canada, Mexico, Greenland, Cuba. 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 at the depth of 594 meters, Crater lake in the United States is the second deepest.
|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|