This 227 acre lake lies south of Great East Lake and west of Wilson Lake with a small 1.8 square mile watershed. Horn Pond is fed by both springs and a few small streams, such as Horse Brook.The lake drains into the Salmon Falls River which forms a natural border between Maine and New Hampshire. Horn Pond maintains good water quality in part due to a very high flushing rate. Water flushes through Horn Pond 8.2 times per year versus the average NH or Maine lake which flushes once a year
|Lake Area||227 acres|
|Maximum Depth||31 ft|
|Maximum Length||3273 ft|
|Maximum Width||3134 ft|
|Volume||3,155,000 m3 (111,417,773.5 cu ft)|
|Average Depth||13 ft|
|Watershed Area||1.8 sq mi|
|Average Transparency||21.7 ft (6.6 meters)|
For more information on Horn Pond, check out the Horn Pond Association website here!
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