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  2. Lake Ontario | History, Size, Depth, & Map | Britannica

    Lake Ontario, smallest and most easterly of the Great Lakes of North America. It is bounded on the north by Ontario (Can.) and on the south by New York (U.S.). The lake is roughly elliptical; its major axis, 193 miles (311 km) long, lies nearly east to west, and its greatest width is 53 miles (85 km).

  3. Lake Ontario - Wikipedia

    Lake Ontario is the easternmost of the Great Lakes and the smallest in surface area (7,340 sq mi, 19,000 km 2), although it exceeds Lake Erie in volume (393 cu mi, 1,640 km 3). It is the 13th largest lake in the world. When its islands are included, the lake's shoreline is 712 miles (1,146 km) long.

  4. Lake Ontario - WorldAtlas

    Lake Ontario is the most easterly lake in the series of Great Lakes and is situated at the base of Niagara Falls. The lake is bounded on the east and south by the US State of New York and in the west, north, and southwest by the Canadian Province of Ontario.

  5. Lake Ontario | Great Lakes Guide

    Lake Ontario is situated between Lake Erie and the St. Lawrence River and is the only Great Lake that does not border the state of Michigan. It is home to many unique geographical landscapes. The most prominent of which is Niagara Falls, where the Niagara River plunges down a massive 106-m (360-ft) drop!

  6. Lake Ontario Facts | Live Science

    Lake Ontario is the smallest of all the Great Lakes, with a surface area of 7,340 square miles (18,960 square kilometers), but its waters run deep. It holds about four times the water volume, at...

  7. 12 Best Things to Do and See Around Lake Ontario

    Lake Ontario is the source of drinking water for millions of people living in the surrounding area. The lake is home to a diverse range of fish species, including lake trout, salmon, and bass. The lake is a popular destination for recreational activities, including boating, fishing, and swimming.

  8. The Lake Ontario Beaches are many and diverse, with plenty of different sceneries and available activities to offer. Spend a day sunbathing on the shores of the lake, take a refreshing bath, or try one of the many hiking paths immersed in nature.

  9. Lake Ontario is the last of the chain of Great Lakes that straddle the Canada/United States border. Since Lake Ontario is the downstream Great Lake, it is impacted by human activities occurring throughout the Lake Superior, Michigan, Huron, and Erie basins.

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