There is no dearth of freshwater lakes and ponds in the United States. Determining the difference between a "lake" and a "pond" can be difficult.
Maine's Great Pond is the biggest pond in the United States. The size of the reservoir in acres is 8,533.
Assawompset Pond, located in Lakeville and Middleboro, Massachusetts, is the second biggest pond in the United States.
Lakeville and Freetown, Massachusetts are home to Long Pond, the second biggest pond in the United States.
Pawtuckaway Pond, in southeast New Hampshire, is the fourth biggest pond in the United States.
The town of Naples, Maine is where you'll find it. At a height of 268 feet, this pond is classified as mesotrophic.
Another big pond in Maine is the Northeast Pond, the sixth largest in the United States.