Lake Hadlock is a small man-made body of water formed on a tributary of Halfway Creek in Washington County, New York. Constructed in 1896, the pond is presently owned by the town of Fort Ann and is primarily used for recreational purposes
It has no public access. It is 453 Feet above sea level, has a shore line of 4.60 miles, has a maximum depth of 43 feet and has a lake volume of 3411 acre-feet. It has a 5603 acre watershed. Lake Hadlock turns over once every 174 days.
News & Events JUL 31st
Update - Algae Bloom tested Negative
We have received the results on testing the algae bloom(click Read More for a photo) located at the north end of the lake.
CSLAP reported that the bloom has tested NEGATIVE for toxicity.
Please remember that algae blooms are full of bacteria. People should still stay away from algae blooms and let them dissipate naturally.
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Local News AUG 19th
Saratoga Springs leaders: Call it humanity, not sanctuary
Reacting to President Donald Trump’s hard-line immigration policies since taking office in January, many city leaders throughout the U.S. have said they would not assist federal agents in the deportation of their citizens....Read More