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Here are the 10 lakes we have listed within USA > New England > Connecticut > Mystic Country - compared by Largest Lakes - Acres.

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Lake Name Area in acres Lake Description
Pachaug Pond
(Connecticut, USA)
841 Pachaug Pond Pictures Pachaug Pond Message Forums Pachaug Pond is nestled in the town of Griswold, in southeastern Connecticut and is the state's largest public water body east of the Connecticut River. With over 800 surface acres to 'play on', residents and visitors enjoy excellent outdoor activities including fishing, swimming, boating, camping, ...
Gardner Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
529 Gardner Lake Message Forums Gardner Lake spreads its shoreline through Bozrah, Montville, and Salem, Connecticut where many residents call the lakefront home. Although the shoreline is heavily developed with private homes, visitors gain access to watery adventures through public access points and state parks located on the northeastern ...
Beach Pond
(Connecticut, USA / Rhode Island, USA)
459 Beach Pond Message Forums Beach Pond's 459 acres span the south-central Rhode Island-Connecticut state line near the communities of Exeter and Voluntown -- the wooded shoreline is part of Rhode Island's Washington County Region and Connecticut's Mystic Country Region. Completed in 1885, Beach Pond has long been a favorite recreation ...
Quaddick Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
407 Quaddick Lake Pictures Quaddick Lake Message Forums Also known as: Quaddick Reservoir
Northeast Connecticut is home to Quaddick Lake. This reservoir in Connecticut's Mystic Country was created by damming the flow of Five Mile River to deepen the existing Kings Pond. The dam and levees raised water levels about 11 feet, causing the rising waters to connect more directly to Stump Pond ...
Coventry Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
373 Coventry Lake Message Forums Also known as: Wangumbaug Lake, Lake Wangumbaug
In Connecticut's Mystic Country, farmland, forests, lakes and small quaint villages combine with coastal adventures and exciting cities to create an amazing New England experience. Coventry Lake, also known by its Native American name Wangumbaug Lake, offers one of those deeply satisfying experiences ...
Lake Williams
(Connecticut, USA)
272 Lake Williams Pictures Lake Williams Message Forums Also known as: Williams Pond
One of the lesser known water destinations in Connecticut's Mystic Country is beautiful Lake Williams. Although the lake is mostly private, a hand-carry boat launch near the dam provides public access. The launch is owned by the Town of Lebanon, and visitors can fish along the shore. Residents and ...
Amston Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
186 Amston Lake Message Forums Amston Lake is between the towns of Hebron and Lebanon, near the border of Connecticut's Mystic Country and River Valley tourism regions. Jurisdiction of this 186-acre lake was divided between the two towns, leading to confusion over services and maintenance. Wanting their own identity, Amston Lake ...
Hopeville Pond
(Connecticut, USA)
137 Hopeville Pond Message Forums 137-acre Hopeville Pond is a beautiful and peaceful impoundment on the scenic Pachaug River that flows through Hopeville Pond State Park in Griswold, Connecticut. The first visitors drawn to this area were the Mohegan Indians. The Indians constructed stone weirs on the banks of the river to direct the ...
Anderson Pond
(Connecticut, USA)
57 Anderson Pond Message Forums Also known as: Blue Lake, Anderson's Pond
Anderson Pond is a delightful 57-acre lake located in southeastern Connecticut four miles north of North Stonington. Also known as Blue Lake, and sometimes Anderson's Pond, this rural area of Connecticut's Mystic Country Tourism Region is a beautiful site any time of year. Anderson Pond lies in a ...
Ashford Lake
(Connecticut, USA)
53 Ashford Lake Pictures Ashford Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lake Ashford
There is a strip of dark land in the corridor between metropolitan Boston and Washington, D.C.; it's "a place where the soft glow of city and town lights doesn't exist." During the day it is an uninterrupted green, and at night, pilots use the swath of forest and farmland to navigate. It's called The ...

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