Stone Tavern Lake, northcentral New Jersey
Stone Tavern Lake is formed by Assunpink #19 Dam on Assunpink Creek in Monmouth County, New Jersey and is used for recreation purposes. Construction was completed in 1971. At normal levels it has a surface area of 56 acres. It is owned by Division Of Fish and Wildlife.
Assunpink #19 Dam, also known as Stone Tavern Lake is of earthen construction, a gravity dam. The core is earth. The foundation is soil. Its height is 36 feet with a length of 715 feet. Maximum discharge is 120 cubic feet per second. Normal storage is 490 acre feet. It drains an area of 1.7 square miles.
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