Lost Lake (Groton)

Lost Lake also known as Knop/p/s Pond is a reservoir in Groton, Massachusetts, United States. It was formed from three lakes by the headwaters of Salmon Brook. The southern part of the lake is known as Knops Pond where it is near 30 feet deep. It is stocked with rainbow, brown and brook trout every spring and fall and is home to several species of warm water fish.[1] There is also a boat launch located on the northeastern side of the lake.[1]

Lost Lake
LocationGroton, Massachusetts
Coordinates42°35′36″N 71°31′41″W / 42.5933°N 71.5280°WCoordinates: 42°35′36″N 71°31′41″W / 42.5933°N 71.5280°W
TypeReservoir
Basin countriesUnited States
Surface area204 acres (83 ha)[1]
Average depth6 to 8 ft (1.8 to 2.4 m)[1]
Max. depth30 ft (9.1 m)[1]

References

  1. ^ a b c d e "Knop Pond Groton Division of Fish and Wildlife Report" (PDF). mass.gov. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
Knops Pond

Knops Pond is a lake in Middlesex County, in the U.S. state of Massachusetts.Knops Pond was named after James Knapp (or Knop), a pioneer citizen.

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