Randolph County NC Dams


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Name USGS Topo Map
Asheboro Country Club Lake Dam Farmer
Auman Lake Dam Seagrove
Beard Lake Dam Glenola
Blacks Lake Dam Seagrove
Bob Cat Acres Lake Dam Fair Grove
Burges Lake Dam High Point East
Camp Keyauwee Lake Dam Glenola
Camp Nawaka Lake Dam Number One Randleman
Caraway Dam Number One Glenola
Caraway Dam Number Two Glenola
Carl Hamlett Lake Dam Randleman
Carter Lake Dam Ramseur
Cedarwood Dam Asheboro
Clyde Lucas Lake Dam Farmer
Cox Lake Dam Randleman
D B Walker Shoe Company Dam Coleridge
Davis Lake Dam Randleman
Dodson Lake Dam Climax
East Buttke Randleman
East Hamlett Randleman
Farlow Lake Dam Asheboro
Goss Lake Dam Erect
Hurley Lake Dam Seagrove
Hylton Dam Randleman
J B White Lake Dam Glenola
John Bunch Lake Dam Asheboro
Kennedy Lake Dam Liberty
King Lake Dam High Point East
Kivett Lake Dam Number One Glenola
Lake Wood Dam Farmer
Lambert Mill Dam Erect
Leath Dam Glenola
Lineberry Lake Dam Grays Chapel
Mendenhall Dam Fair Grove
Oakwinds Dam Randleman
Overman Lake Dam Liberty
Patterson Lake Dam Liberty
Peavine Lake Dam Coleridge
Ramseur Lake Dam Ramseur
Randleman City Lake Dam Randleman
Randolph Mill Dam Ramseur
Richardson Lake Dam Randleman
Schoonbeck Lake Dam Denton
Shaw-Hudson Lake Dam Asheboro
Sizemore Lake Dam Liberty
Slacks Lake Dam Seagrove
Springs Lake Dam Eleazer
Staley Mill Dam Kimesville
Thomas Lake Dam Fair Grove
Thompson-Arthur Lake Dam Glenola
W A McCrary Lake Dam Asheboro
Wesleyan Youth Camp Lake Dam Glenola
Wheatmore Farm Lake Dam Fair Grove
White Lake Dam Climax
Wimbish Lake Dam Seagrove
Woods Lake Dam Lower Farmer
Woods Lake Dam Upper Farmer
Worthville Lake Dam Randleman
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