Iowa Historical Lakes


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Balls Lake Harrison Modale
Bancroft Lake Kossuth Swea City
Bass Lake Humboldt Unique
Bear Lake Winnebago Pilot Knob
Birge Lake Emmet Gruver
Bradley Lake Des Moines Kingston
Bush Lake Sac Newell West
Cairo Lake Hamilton Jewell
Canary Lake Polk Des Moines NE
Cards Lake Monona Blencoe
Carr Lake Pottawattamie Council Bluffs South
Chain Lake Osceola Ida Grove
Crane Lake Emmet Ingham Lake
Eagle Lake Kossuth Armstrong
Elbow Lake Palo Alto Silver Lake
Goose Lake Carroll Coon Rapids North
Goose Lake Dickinson Little Rock
Goose Pond Jones Morley
Grass Lake Emmet Estherville
Greenley Lake Winnebago Lake Mills
Hills Lake Louisa Lone Tree
Honey Lake Pottawattamie Loveland
Keokuk Lake Muscatine Muscatine NW
Lake Wahaboncey Fremont Murray
Lake Wahaboncey Fremont Rock Bluff
Lard Lake Sac Newell East
Lone Tree Lake Harrison Missouri Valley
Owl Lake Humboldt Hardy
Pillsbury Lake Dickinson Lake Park SE
Pilot Lake Dallas Dawson
Pond Creek Lake Calhoun Lake City
Pratt Lake Dickinson Milford
Round Lake Sac Lakeside
Ryan Lake Emmet Ingham Lake
Silver Lake Monona Onawa SW
Skunk Lake Monona Albaton
Swan Lake Pocahontas Laurens
Swan Lake Guthrie Bagley
Sylvan Lake Dickinson Lake Park SE
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