Alabama Historical Lakes


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

Displaying 1 to 34 of 34 records
Name County USGS Topo Map
Acock Pond Houston Grangeburg
Ashworth Pond Morgan Hartselle
Avery Pond Bibb Centreville West
Avondale Lake St. Clair Pell City
Bates Pond Colbert Leighton
Beaver Lake Limestone Decatur
Black Lake Marshall Swearengin
Cypress Pond Bullock Aberfoil
Florida Pond Houston Grangeburg
Goose Pond Limestone Decatur
Gum Cypress Lake Autauga Forester
Harmon Lake St. Clair Pell City
Harolds Lake Tuscaloosa Windham Springs
Hills Lake Barbour Eufaula North
Horseshoe Lake Sumter Boligee
Kellys Pond Russell Marvyn
Long Pond Jackson Lim Rock
Marvyn Lake Lee Marvyn
Mason Lake Madison Meridianville
Meadow Pond Lawrence Town Creek
Moore Pond Marshall Guntersville
Negro Pond Monroe Frisco City
Poplar Pond Colbert Leighton
Proctor Pond Jackson Lim Rock
Prude Lake Pickens Forreston
Shackleford Pond Lawrence Courtland
Sherrod Lake Lawrence Courtland
Smiths Pond Russell Hatchechubbee
Swan Lake Limestone Decatur
Turtle Pond Jackson Lim Rock
White Lake Marshall Swearengin
White Pond Houston Grangeburg
Wiley Lake Jackson Langston
Woolforks Lake Bullock Thompson
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