Arkansas 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
Adams Lake Faulkner Conway
Alix Pond Franklin Coal Hill
Alligator Lake Crittenden West Memphis
Barton Lake Crittenden Northwest Memphis
Bear Lake Desha Snow Lake
Big Grassy Lake Jefferson White Hall
Big Lake Crittenden West Memphis
Blue Hole White Jasmine
Boggy Lake Mississippi Tyronza
Broad Mouth Lake Crittenden Joyland
Browns Lake Mississippi Lepanto
Browns Pond White Jasmine
Brushy Lake Jefferson Rob Roy
Burnt Lake Phillips Henrico NE
Cobb Lake Faulkner Mayflower
Crooked Lake Randolph Noland
Crow Lake White Jasmine
Cypress Lake Crittenden West Memphis
Dismal Lake Mississippi Rivervale
Dry Lake Jefferson Reydell
Fishers Lake St. Francis Madison
Gold Lake Faulkner Conway
Golden Lake Mississippi Wilson
Grassy Lake Jefferson Ladd
Greens Lake Faulkner Mayflower
Gum Pond Arkansas Stuttgart North
Hunter Lake St. Francis Madison
Long Pond Crittenden Fletcher Lake
McGhee Lake White Jasmine
Open Pond Pulaski Fourche
Opossum Lake Crittenden Fletcher Lake
Pennyson Lake Phillips Henrico NE
Puerto Rico Lake Jefferson Sherrill
Rosemary Lake Desha Yancopin
Round Pond Randolph Noland
Safley Pond Independence Bethesda
Sam Barr Lake Mississippi Frenchmans Bayou
Snow Lake Desha Snow Lake
Tarblue Lake Desha Snow Lake
Tucker Lake Jefferson Rob Roy
Tulip Lake Bradley Marsden
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