St. Lawrence County NY Lakes


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Name USGS Topo Map
Allen Pond Tooley Pond
Amber Lake Augerhole Falls
Arbuckle Pond Colton
Arquett Pond Lake Ozonia
Ash Pond Wolf Mountain
Balsam Pond Brother Ponds
Barney Pond Stark
Bassout Pond Wolf Mountain
Bear Lake Fine
Beaver Lake Harrisville
Beaver Pond Brother Ponds
Big Marsh Degrasse
Black Lake Hammond
Black Pond Piercefield
Blind Pond Lake Ozonia
Blind Pond Nicholville
Blue Pond Stark
Bonner Lake Edwards
Boottree Pond Long Tom Mountain
Boyd Pond West Pierrepont
Bridge Brook Pond Piercefield
Brother Ponds Brother Ponds
Buck Pond Five Ponds
Buck Pond Carry Falls Reservoir
Buck Pond West Pierrepont
Bullhead Pond Harrisville
Bullhead Pond West Pierrepont
Bundy Pond Oswegatchie
Burntbridge Pond Long Tom Mountain
Carr Pond South Edwards
Cat Mountain Pond Wolf Mountain
Catamount Pond Childwold
Cedar Lake Edwards
Center Pond Long Tom Mountain
Chandler Pond Childwold
Chaumont Pond Newton Falls
Chub Lake Edwards
Church Pond Stark
Clear Lake Edwards
Clear Lake West Pierrepont
Clear Pond Wolf Mountain
Clear Pond Brother Ponds
Clear Pond Rainbow Falls
Close Pond Rainbow Falls
Cold Pond Stark
Colvin Pond Wolf Mountain
Cook Pond Newton Falls
Cowhorn Pond Wolf Mountain
Cranberry Pond Albert Marsh
Crane Pond Newton Falls
Crooked Lake Childwold
Crystal Lake Oswegatchie SE
Curtis Pond Cranberry Lake
Darning Needle Pond Wolf Mountain
Deer Pond Long Tom Mountain
Deer Pond Childwold
Deerskin Pond Tooley Pond
Dillon Pond Cranberry Lake
Dodge Pond Degrasse
Dog Pond Long Tom Mountain
Dry Timber Lake Fine
Eagle Crag Lake Piercefield
Egg Pond Long Tom Mountain
Egg Pond Brother Ponds
Eskar Pond Newton Falls
Fishpole Pond Wolf Mountain
French Lake Stark
Glasby Pond Five Ponds
Goose Pond Harrisville
Graham Pond Harrisville
Grass Lake Muskellunge Lake
Grass Pond Fine
Grass Pond Brother Ponds
Graves Pond Wolf Mountain
Green Pond Colton
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