Ebert is an 11.6 acre groundwater drainage lake located in the Township of Amherst, one and a half miles west of the Village of Amherst. The maximum depth of this lake is 35 feet with a bottom consisting of sand, rubble and marl. Retention time is approximately 0.4 years. The 0.9 mile shoreline has remained mostly undeveloped with only a few homes set back from the water. It is surrounded by a mixed conifer and hardwood forest. Wildlife is abundant in the area. Largemouth bass, panfish, and trout are common fish species in Ebert Lake. The lake is spring fed and has one outlet that feeds into Bear Creek. This outlet stream is navigable and allows public access to the lake.
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