Ball Mountain Lake, Vermont
Ball Mountain Lake is created by Ball Mountain Dam on the West River in Windham County, Vermont and is used for flood control purposes. Construction was completed in 1961. Its normal surface area is 20 acres. It is owned by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Ball Mountain Dam, also known as Ball Mountain Lake is of earthen construction, rock fill, a gravity dam. The core is earth. The foundation is rock, soil. Its height is 247 feet with a length of 915 feet. Maximum discharge is 150000 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 84240 acre feet. Normal storage is 240 acre feet. It drains an area of 172 square miles.
Lakes, Dams, and Recreational Facilities Near Ball Mountain LakeBall Mountain Lake Townshend Lake Townshend Lake Gale Meadows Gale Meadows Dike Lowell Lake Williams Somerset Reservoir Hapgood Pond Hapgood Pond Dike North Branch Fire District No. 1 Upper Chester Reservoir Dufresne Pond Sunset Lake Minards Pond Mill Pond Mill Pond Pleasant Valley Reservoir Jewell Brook Site No. 1 Jewell Brook Site No. 2 Lake Madeleine Dike Lake Madeleine Barbos Lake Hopper Pond Jewell Brook Site No. 5 Adams Reservoir Harriman Reservoir Jewell Brook Site No. 3 Fellows Jewell Brook Site No. 3 Dike Chestnut Hill Reservoir
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