Little rock lake

Little Rock Lake is a reservoir in Benton County, Minnesota, United States. The lake was formed in 1911 by the impounding of the Mississippi River by the Sartell Dam 5 miles (8 km) downriver.

The lake has two public boat access points. Water clarity in the lake is low (less than 1.5 feet) and aquatic plants are abundant.[1]


External links

  • Like Rock Lake Information Minnesota Department of Natural Resources
  • Little Rock Lake Association
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