Spring Lake is a clear 37.5 acre drainage lake with an estimated volume of 311 acre-feet, located in the Town of Lanark. It is a relatively deep lake with a maximum depth of 42 feet and a bottom consisting primarily of marl, with sand, silt, muck, and rubble also present. The marl appears to have been mined at one time. The shoreline is mostly undeveloped, making Spring Lake aesthetically pleasing. Spring Lake is fed by Mack Creek and numerous springs. Spring Creek serves as an outlet. The sport fish community is dominated by bluegill, largemouth bass, and rock bass. There are two public access sites, one along the north shore and the other on the south shore.
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