Jinshui Lake, also known as "Jinchang East Lake Landscape Belt", is located in the eastern part of Jinchang City, Gansu Province, with a total area of 236 hectares, the largest artificial water storage landscape in northwest China. The project is to solve the problem of storage and utilization of middle water after the construction of industrial city sewage treatment plant, and to build a middle water storage pond which integrates leisure, sightseeing and ecological protection, and has three functions of storage, storage and landscape. The reservoir is composed of five lakes with a total water surface area of about 60 hectares and a total water storage capacity of about 2.3 million cubic meters. Jinchang city actively promotes the upgrade of Jinshui Lake scenic spot, makes full use of the open area of the scenic spot, planting vanilla flowers and flowers, and creating the scenery of lake scenery, water scenery and flowers, the Jinshui Lake scenic spot is established as the national AAAA class tourist attraction.
Jinshui Lake Scenic Area is located in Jinchang City, Gansu Province, covering an area of 236 hectares, a total surface area of 60 hectares, and a storage capacity of 2.3 million cubic meters. It is a city ecological project with three functions of storage, storage and landscape, which is built on the basis of medium water storage pond, and is a collection of leisure, sightseeing, tourism and tourism. Environmental protection is one, is a national 4A level tourist attraction. Jinshui Lake scenic area consists of five different lake surfaces, with an average water depth of 3 meters and a depth of 13 meters at the deepest. The lakes are connected by two water systems, the Nine Qu of Yunxi and the Triassic, and are embellished with islands, bridges, peninsulas, embankments and piers.
The golden lake in summer is really good, summer resort.
Jinshui Lake in autumn is really beautiful! Colorful. There is no charge to enter the scenic area, and the price is very high.
The name is good, but from another perspective, a few kilometers from the airport. I turned around and didn't see the water. I guess this gold might describe how precious the water is here. The remaining plants are shrubs. The real law of survival.