Randolph County NC Reservoirs


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