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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 AUG 23rd

Message from LHPD Park Manager re: Harvester

 

As I am sure some of you are aware, the mechanical harvester has not been operational for almost two weeks due to a major mechanical breakdown.  It is unknown at this point if parts will be available to continue operations through Labor Day weekend. 

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Local News SEP 20th

Adirondacks Welcome Center opens near Exit 18

QUEENSBURY — The Adirondacks Welcome Center, located off the northbound lanes of the Northway near Exit 18, had its grand opening Thursday, showcasing tourism information, regional snacks and beverages and even some historical trivia....

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