Deering Reservoir, central New Hampshire
Deering Dam is formed by Deering Reservoir on the Piscataquog River in Hillsborough County, New Hampshire and is used for recreation purposes. It was built in 1940. It has a normal surface area of 330 acres. It is owned by Nh Water Reservoirurces Council.
Deering Reservoir, also known as Deering Dam is of earthen construction. Its height is 25 feet with a length of 625 feet. Maximum discharge is 4600 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 4980 acre feet. Normal storage is 3400 acre feet. It drains an area of 4.5 square miles.
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