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Here are the 10 lakes we have listed within USA > New England > Maine - compared by Newest (Youngest) Reservoirs.

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Lake Name Completion year Lake Description
Maranacook Lake
(Maine, USA)
1995 Maranacook Lake, a 1,673-acre freshwater body of very irregular shape, is located in Kennebec County, Maine. The lake borders the town of Readfield on its northern end and Winthrop on its southern tip. Maranacook Lake is in the central southern area of Maine, about 10 miles west of the capital city ...
Swan Lake
(Maine, USA)
1979 Surrounded by fishing camps, cabins and vacation rentals, and just a few miles from Belfast Bay and the coast, Swan Lake is a fantastic mid-coast Maine destination. It is a rural lake with a small town feel, but it has big recreation opportunities. With its state park and fish-filled waters, it has ...
Meduxnekeag Lake
(Maine, USA)
1957 Meduxnekeag Lake Pictures Also known as: Drews Lake, Drew's Lake
For the perfect Northern Maine hideaway, there's nothing better than Meduxnekeag Lake in Aroostook County. Also called Drew's Lake, Meduxnekeag was created in 1947 when a small dam was built across the headwaters of the Meduxnekeag River. The resulting impoundment is 1,144 acres of inviting water, ...
Androscoggin Lake
(Maine, USA)
1936 Androscoggin Lake is a freshwater glacial lake of very irregular shape that falls into two geographic regions of Central Maine: the Kennebec and Moose River Valleys region and the Lakes and Mountains region. In the Kennebec and Moose River Valleys area, Androscoggin Lake is located in the increasingly ...
Lake Wassookeag
(Maine, USA)
1914 Also known as: Dexter Pond
Lake Wassookeag, also known as Dexter Pond, spans 1,030 acres in the Maine Highlands tourism region, about 40 miles northwest of Bangor. Its name is derived from the Penobscot Native American word for "shining water." Although Lake Wassookeag is best known for outdoor recreation, it also serves to control ...
Millinocket Lake
(Maine, USA)
1910 Millinocket Lake Pictures Nestled within the Maine Highlands tourism region, Millinocket Lake is known for its stunning views of Mount Katahdin, the tallest mountain peak in Maine. Millinocket Lake is a freshwater reservoir used for drinking water, flood control, hydroelectric power and recreation. It also provides a natural ...
China Lake
(Maine, USA)
1900 China Lake is less than 20 miles northwest of Augusta, Maine's state capital. This natural freshwater lake rests in Kennebec County in southwest Maine, in the Kennebec and Moose River Valleys geographic region. China Lake is an irregularly shaped body of water, with two true basins: the West Basin and ...
Great Pond
(Maine, USA)
1886 Also known as: Belgrade Lakes
Great Pond, in Maine's Kennebec and Moose River Valleys Region, is the largest of seven lakes in the Belgrade Lakes Chain. These seven lakes are part of the Kennebec River Watershed. Great Pond was formed by the construction of the Great Pond Storage Dam on Belgrade Stream in 1886. The dam was built ...
West Grand Lake
(Maine, USA)
1879 The wooden broad-beamed canoe, carrying a guide and fishermen, glides across the water of West Grand Lake, Maine, leaving a small trail in its wake. At first glance it looks like a regular canoe - a "two ender". As the boat turns, however, it is obviously something different. The stern is squared ...
Sabattus Pond
(Maine, USA)
1860 Also known as: Sabattus Lake
Sabattus Pond in the Lakes and Mountains region of Maine is a success story in the making. The 1,973-acre lake has a history of very poor water quality and algae blooms. However, Sabattus Pond has made a remarkable comeback. The combined efforts of concerned lake residents and the Sabattus Pond Watershed ...

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