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Here are the 8 lakes we have listed within USA > New England > Vermont - compared by Newest (Youngest) Reservoirs.

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Lake Name Completion year Lake Description
Lake Carmi
(Vermont, USA)
1970 Lake Carmi Message Forums Also known as: Franklin Pond
Lake Carmi represents the mental picture most have of a northern New England 'camp' lake. Hidden just south of the Canadian border in Vermont's Islands and Farms Region, Lake Carmi holds over 200 seasonal cottages or 'camps' along its 7.5-mile shoreline. Lake Carmi State Park lays claim to another ...
Lake Hortonia
(Vermont, USA)
1955 Lake Hortonia Message Forums Also known as: Hortonia Lake, Horton Pond
Lake Hortonia, in the Crossroads of Vermont Region, inhabits a special place in the history of Vermont and Rutland County. Although the original pond may have been natural, the outlet - a tributary of Hubbardton River - was first dammed in the 1790s. The resulting impoundment became Horton Pond, later ...
Lake Fairlee
(Vermont, USA)
1939 Lake Fairlee Message Forums Lake Fairlee is a lake where memories are made. The 450-acre lake in the Eastern Vermont Gateways region is a natural lake, enlarged by damming a tributary of Ompompanoosuc River in 1939. Actually, Lake Fairlee is the second water body to hold the Fairlee name; nearby Lake Morey was originally called ...
Shadow Lake
(Vermont, USA)
1929 Shadow Lake Pictures Shadow Lake Message Forums Also known as: Lake Shadow
Nestled in the heart of Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, Shadow Lake is encased in beauty all year long with dazzling autumns and stunning springs. Shadow Lake is located in Orleans County in the Town of Glover, Vermont. Originally charted to 62 Grantees, the Town of Glover was named in honor of General ...
Lake Seymour
(Vermont, USA)
1928 Lake Seymour Pictures Lake Seymour Message Forums Also known as: Seymour Lake
Breathtaking autumns and vibrant springs await visitors and residents of Lake Seymour, also known as Seymour Lake. Located in Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, with 1,769 surface acres of water, Lake Seymour is the second largest lake entirely within the borders of Vermont. Seymour Lake is nestled in Orleans ...
Lake Pauline
(Vermont, USA)
1920 Lake Pauline Pictures Lake Pauline Message Forums Also known as: Reservoir Pond
Lake Pauline is a great example of creating an asset out of a by-product of technology. This small lake in Vermont's Southern Windsor County region was created as a reservoir pond when the Black River was dammed. Although the larger part of the pond is located near the Lake Rescue dam, the narrow southern ...
Lowell Lake
(Vermont, USA)
1850 Lowell Lake Pictures Lowell Lake Message Forums Also known as: Great Pond
One of Vermont's newest state parks is the home of Lowell Lake. The small 102-acre lake has been a silent observer to the entire history of the town of Londonderry and the Southern Vermont region. Although dammed at some point, apparently to power a sawmill, it is suspected that a smaller natural lake ...
Caspian Lake
(Vermont, USA)
1029 Caspian Lake Message Forums Tucked into Vermont's Northeast Kingdom, Caspian Lake may well be one of the state's favorite vacation destinations. Set among the northern reaches of the Green Mountains, Caspian Lake has attracted summer visitors for many years. The shoreline is dotted with year-round residences, summer cottages and ...
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