Merdada former crater lake (volcanic crater which is then filled with rain water)
water from the lake that can be used for the needs of the villagers of the Middle Reef
2. Telaga Sewiwi / Lake Sewiwi
This lake is not a crater but the occurrence of groundwater from the surrounding hills plus the rain,
so there was a lake.
Located adjacent to the Temple Complex arjuna, to avoid the danger of flooding that can destroy the temple of the temple,
residents make Dolok river drainage.
Channel is named Gangsiran Ashwatthama.
4. Telaga Warna and Lake Pengilon
Both of this lake was once a lake, because the Tulis river dammed by lava,
the lake is separated into two until now.
This lake is also the most visited lake because of its strategic location.
5. Telaga Dringo / Lake Dringo
Dringo name derived from the growth dringo planted around the lake without one.
Lake was also a former crater that erupted in 1786.
Located in the village Pekasiran, and directly adjacent to the village of Batang regency Blado wonopriyo district,
Inline with candradimuka crater.
6. Pond tadpole
This lake is a basin surrounded by hills.
Groundwater basin itumengisi the hills.
Lake water is used for everyday purposes by residents Sembungan.
7. Telaga Menjer / Lake Menjer
Is the largest natural lake in the district of Wonosobo.
Located at an altitude of 1300 meters above sea level, with an area of ??70 ha and a depth of 45 meters.
Menjer Lake District is situated in the village of Maron Garung Wonosobo district 12 km north of the town of Wonosobo.