Cumberland County NC Reservoirs


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Name USGS Topo Map
Arran Lake Fayetteville
Barbours Lake Parkton
Barnes Lake Slocomb
Beaver Creek Pond Fayetteville
Bonnie Doone Lake Fayetteville
Branson Lake Fayetteville
Clarks Lake Slocomb
Clarks Pond Fayetteville
College Lake Manchester
Country Club Lake Fayetteville
Cumberland Pond Fayetteville
Currin Lake Slocomb
Dudley Pond Cedar Creek
Ennis Pond Slocomb
Evans Lake Vander
Forrest Lake Fayetteville
Gainey Millpond Stedman
Glenville Lake Fayetteville
Glenville Lake Fayetteville
Holmes Pond Manchester
Hope Mills Lake Hope Mills
Hutaff Lake Clifdale
J C Keith Lake Clifdale
Jessups Pond Jerome
Kiest Lake Overhills
Kings Pond Parkton
Kornbow Lake Fayetteville
Lake Charles Hope Mills
Lake Lynn Hope Mills
Lake Rim Clifdale
Lake Walter Fayetteville
Lake William Clifdale
Lewis Lake Manchester
Loraine Lake Clifdale
Lower McKellars Pond Overhills
Marsh Wood Lake Duart
Maxwell Millpond Stedman
McFadyen Lake Fayetteville
McFayden Pond Overhills
McKellars Pond Overhills
McNeill Pond Cedar Creek
Mintz Pond Fayetteville
Number Two Lake Hope Mills
Perma Stone Lake Hope Mills
Rainbow Pond Cedar Creek
Rainey Pond Hope Mills
Rose Lake Fayetteville
Simmons Lake Manchester
Smith Lake Manchester
Smiths Lake Slocomb
Texas Lake Manchester
Texas Pond Manchester
Upchurches Pond Parkton
Upper McKellars Pond Overhills
Verdery Pond Duart
W P Sanders Pond Dam Clifdale
Wallace Pond Fayetteville
Warren Lake Fayetteville
Watson Lake Fayetteville
Wilson Lake Fayetteville
Wooded Lake Manchester
Young Lake Manchester
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