Jordan Pond is an impoundment on the Plover River created by a dam near the intersection of State Highway 66 and County Road Y, northeast of Stevens Point in the Town of Hull. Jordan Pond is an 84.5 acre lake with a maximum depth of 8 feet and an estimated volume of 298 acre-feet. The shoreline length is 2.9 miles. The southern half of the lake, on both the east and west sides, is in the County Park system with shelters, bathroom facilities, a boat landing, and camp sites; the park totals 271 acres. The remaining land on the north end of the lake is largely forested with some agriculture and rural homes. The lake contains northern pike, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, and panfish.
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