The state of Michigan is responsible for more square miles of inland water can any other state. The state of Michigan has more than 47,000 square miles of inland water.
Total area - 31,189 square miles (40th largest state)Land area - 30,111 square miles (96.5%)Inland water area - 1,006 square milesCoastal water area - 72 square miles
The Philippines has 732 square miles of inland water area, about 0.61% of its total area.
Canada is the bigger country. Canada covers 3,849,674 square miles (9,970,610 square km) of which 291,576 square miles (755,180 square km) are inland water (7.6%), while the US covers 3,717,811 square miles (9,629,091 square km) of which 181,519 square miles (470,131 square km) are inland water (4.9%).
48,843 square miles of land and 3,826 square miles of inland water. Our total area of 52,669 squar
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91,316 square miles. And that doesn't even count bays, sounds, and the ocean! That's inland water area! By far the most.
The state of Washington is 71,303 square miles, of which 66,528 square miles are land areas and 4,721 square miles are water.
From east to west Oregon extends 395 miles (636 kilometers), and from north to south, 295 miles (475 kilometers). The Pacific coastline is 296 miles (476 kilometers) long. Oregon's area is 97,073 square miles (251,418 square kilometers), including 889 square miles (2,303 square kilometers) of inland water.
The U.S. state of Washington has a total land and water area of 71,300 square miles, of which 6.6% is water.
Washington, USA - 4,708.6 square miles of water area.
The total area of Michigan state is 96,700 square miles of which 56,500 square miles is land and the rest water.