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Lake Dunmore
Lake Dunmore.jpg
LocationAddison County, Vermont
Coordinates43°54′N 73°04′W / 43.9°N 73.07°W / 43.9; -73.07
TypeNatural freshwater lake
Basin countriesUnited States
Max. length2.06 mi (3.32 km)
Max. width0.61 mi (0.98 km)
Surface area985 acres (3.99 km2)
Max. depth105 feet (32 m)
Surface elevation559 ft (170 m)
Islands1 islet
Settlementstowns of Salisbury, Vermont and Leicester, Vermont

Lake Dunmore is a freshwater lake in Addison County, Vermont. The lake spans the towns of Salisbury and Leicester and has a surface area of 985 acres (3.98 km2).[1] Lake Dunmore is over 3 miles long (oriented north-south) and up to 1 mile wide. The primary source of water is Sucker Brook, which rises in the adjacent Moosalamoo National Recreation Area of the Green Mountain National Forest. The lake is drained by Leicester River, a tributary to Otter Creek, which in turn empties into Lake Champlain.

Branbury State Park occupies 69 acres (28 hectares) of the eastern shore and offers a sandy beach, canoe rentals, and campsites.[2] Vermont Route 53 follows the eastern and northern shores of the lake. Most of the shoreline is privately owned.

Keewaydin (camp) operates a branch on Lake Dunmore that was established in 1910.[3]

The Lake Dunmore/Fern Lake Association, Incorporated "protects the Lakes’ value as a public recreational facility and respects the interests of property owners and the public".[4]

Although a natural lake formed by glaciation, the water level is controlled by a small dam. In addition, Sucker Brook is part of a hydroelectricity project connecting Silver Lake and Sugar Hill Reservoir via Sucker Brook and operated by Green Mountain Power.[5]

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References

  1. ^ "Lake Dunmore Survey" (PDF). Vermont Dept. of Water Resources. 1985. Retrieved 31 August 2014.
  2. ^ "Vermont State Parks - Branbury State Park". Retrieved 29 April 2017.
  3. ^ "Keewaydin.org".
  4. ^ July 7, 2014{{BY-LAWS OF BY-LAWS OF THE LAKE DUNMORE/FERN LAKE ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED|title=https://static1.squarespace.com/static/569538572399a39a99dc183c/t/5698057fcbced6aeb745b226/1452803456583/BYLAWSRevised6-20-2014.pdf}}
  5. ^ "Hydroelectric Projects: Silver Lake Project". Vermont Agency of Natural Resources. Archived from the original on 3 September 2014. Retrieved 31 August 2014.


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