Horn Pond

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 Statistics

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
Shoreline 4.8 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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