Pyramid Lake

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Named for the peaked tufa formation near its center Pyramid Lake is one of the largest natural lakes in Nevada. It covers almost 125,000 acres and is a leftover of the ancient Lake Lahontan which once covered most of the state. The lake was very important to the Paiute tribe which visitors can learn more about at the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Museum and Visitors Center.