Penniman Lake, Virginia
Penniman Lake is created by Penniman Dam is on a tributary of King Creek in York County, Virginia and is used for recreation and drinking water purposes. It was built in 1943. It is owned by Dod Usn.
Penniman Dam, also known as Penniman Lake is of earthen construction. Its length is 528 feet. Maximum discharge is 121 cubic feet per second. Its capacity is 296 acre feet. Normal storage is 189 acre feet.
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