Mecklenburg County NC Reservoirs


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Name USGS Topo Map
American Legion Lake Charlotte West
Brinkleys Twin Lakes Mountain Island Lake
Brinkleys Twin Lakes Number One Mountain Island Lake
Cady Lake Weddington
Carmel Lake Weddington
Challis Lake Weddington
Charlotte Reservoir Mountain Island Lake
Crystal Springs Lake Fort Mill
Danga Lake Charlotte West
Delta Lake Harrisburg
Dillons Twin Lakes Derita
Eagle Lake Charlotte West
Elrod Pond Weddington
Ferrelltown Lake Cornelius
Forest Lake Mint Hill
Greenwood Lake Charlotte West
Griffith Lakes Derita
Harwood Lakes Mountain Island Lake
Johnson Lake Charlotte West
Lake Jo Derita
Lake Kathleen Mountain Island Lake
Lake Plaza Derita
Lake Providence Weddington
Lake Windermere Weddington
Lake Wylie Lake Wylie
Legion Lake Charlotte West
Marlwood Lake Mint Hill
Martin Pond Number Two Mount Holly
Maynard Lake Charlotte West
McEwen Lake Mint Hill
McWhirter Lake Mint Hill
Mecklenberg Wildlife Club Lake Mountain Island Lake
Mitchell Pond Number Six Weddington
Moody Lake Charlotte West
Moore Lake Charlotte West
Number One Settling Basin Fort Mill
Park Road Lake Charlotte East
Pine Lake Mint Hill
Quail Hollow Country Club Lake Weddington
Shoaf Lake Charlotte West
Sodyeco Lagoon Mount Holly
Spratt Lake Charlotte West
Swaringer Lake Derita
Thomas Pond Mountain Island Lake
Vance Pond Number One Derita
Vance Pond Number Two Derita
Vances Twin Lakes Derita
Waddell Lake Charlotte West
Watt Lake Charlotte West
Waverly Lake Mint Hill
Whippoorwill Lake Charlotte West
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