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LakesOnline.com is a resource for lake and reservoir information. We currently have 1636 lake sites in the United States. Lakes Online is the largest online community for lake enthusiasts. Comprising of free memberships, members can participate in free boat classifieds, news and level alerts, forums, photo sharing and much more. Find your favorite lake and become a member. It's a good way to meet your lake neighbors!
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FEATURED LAKE

Lake Yonah is a lake on the Tugaloo River, separating Georgia and South Carolina.
The lake is created by the Yonah Dam, which is owned and operated by Georgia Power, and generates 22 megawatts. Lake Yonah is a residential lake with about seventy-two vacation and permanent homes. After the Tugaloo River flows from Yonah through the lower dam, it continues to Lake Hartwell, and joins the Savannah River, which empties into the Atlantic Ocean. Another tributary to this great river is the Seneca River, which flows into it from South Carolina. Lake Yonah is also a source of fresh water for the town of Toccoa, which is about twenty miles away.

Lakes Online Website for Lake Yonah: Yonah.LakesOnline.com.

TOP 10 LAKES ONLINE BY MEMBERS
1. Lake Martin (AL) 7,938 Members
2. Lake Lanier (GA) 2,702 Members
3. Logan Martin Lake (AL) 2,016 Members
4. Smith Lake (AL) 1,832 Members
5. Weiss Lake (AL GA) 1,609 Members
6. AntiqueTrail.com () 1,512 Members
7. Lake Travis (TX) 1,311 Members
8. Lake Hartwell (GA SC) 1,091 Members
9. Lake Conroe (TX) 681 Members
10. Table Rock Lake (MO) 620 Members

Current Daily Streamflow Conditions
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The colored dots on this map depict streamflow conditions as a percentile, which is computed from the period of record for the current day of the year. Only stations with at least 30 years of record are used. The gray circles indicate other stations that were not ranked in percentiles either because they have fewer than 30 years of record or because they report parameters other than streamflow. Some stations, for example, measure stage only.
U.S. Daily Streamflow Conditions