Lake Sadawga West Dike, Vermont
Lake Sadawga West Dike is on a tributary of Harriman Reservoir River in Windham County, Vermont and is used for recreation purposes. Construction was completed in 1880. It has a normal surface area of 202 acres. It is owned by the State Of the Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife (DFW).
Lake Sadawga West Dike is of earthen construction. The core is homogeneous, earth. The foundation is soil. Its height is 16 feet with a length of 280 feet. Its capacity is 1500 acre feet. Normal storage is 700 acre feet. It drains an area of 4.32812 square miles.
Lakes, Dams, and Recreational Facilities Near Lake Sadawga West DikeLake Sadawga Harriman Reservoir Jacksonville Pond Shippee Pond New England Power Co. #5 Dam Howe Pond Lower Foleated Talc Or Mill Pond Pelham Lake North Branch Fire District No. 1 Mauserts Pond Mill Pond Adams Reservoir Natural Bridge Dam Colrain Lower Reservoir Bog Pond Mcleod Pond Eclipse Dam Shelburne Falls Fire District Dam Sweet Pond Windsor Lake Shelburn Fire District Intake Tank Sunset Lake Weatherhead Hollow Pond Upper Reservoir Burnett Pond South Stream Pond Mount Williams Reservoir Notch Reservoir Pleasant Valley Reservoir Gardners Falls Somerset Reservoir Gardner Falls Diversion Canal/Forebay Hallockville Lower Dam Pumping Station Dam Williamstown Reservoir Upper Glen Reservoir Lower Glen Reservoir (br) Hallockville Pond Chestnut Hill Reservoir Plainfield Pond
Bookmark this lake location.
Find other northcentral Connecticut area lakes and vacation ideas or return to the home page.
Other AreasClick the map to see lakes in other parts of the country.