10. Lake Erie is the fourth-largest Great Lake in surface area, and the smallest in depth. It’s the 11th largest lake on the planet. 11. There is alleged to be a 30- to 40-foot-long “monster” in Lake Erie named Bessie. The earliest recorded sighting goes back as early as 1793. 12. Water in Lake Erie replaces itself in only 2.6 years, which is notable considering the water in Lake Superior takes two centuries.
How to Remember the Five Great Lakes. The Great Lakes are a chain of freshwater lakes located in eastern North America. They are the largest group of freshwater lakes on earth. Several popular memory devices make it easy to remember their.
One of the most popular shipwreck – the remains of the Canadian schooner Sweepstakes - lies in Lake Huron. Sweepstakes is located approximately 50 yards from the head of Big Tub Harbour in only 20 feet of water.