California Historical Lakes


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Historical Features are physical or cultural features that are no longer visible on the landscape. Examples: a dried up lake, a destroyed building, a hill leveled by mining. The term makes no reference to the age, use, or any other aspect of the feature. A ghost town, for example, is not a historical feature if it is still visible.

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Name County USGS Topo Map
Alligator Slough Riverside Parker SW
Bear Lake Sacramento Bruceville
Big Lake Yolo Clarksburg
Boscha Lake San Joaquin Avena
Brush Lagoon Santa Cruz Laurel
Buena Vista Lake Kern Buena Vista Lake Bed
Bushy Lake Sacramento Sacramento East
Carr Lake Monterey Salinas
Corral Lake Sacramento Sacramento East
Deadmans Lake Sacramento Sacramento East
Dream Lake Plumas Reading Peak
Foss Lake San Diego Morro Hill
Frog Pond Alameda Calaveras Reservoir
Goose Lake Butte Foster Island
Goose Lake Modoc Whittemore Ridge
Grant Lake San Luis Obispo Holland Canyon
Hog Lake Sutter Kirkville
Laguna Seca Santa Clara Santa Teresa Hills
Lake Raymundo San Mateo San Mateo
Little Lake Los Angeles Whittier
Little Medora Lake Solano Liberty Island
Lower White Lake Stanislaus Westley
Mowry Lake Fresno Mendota Dam
Murphy Lake Sutter Verona
Oliver Lake San Joaquin Lodi North
Onion Pond Sonoma Cazadero
Plumas Lake Yuba Olivehurst
Salt Pond Los Angeles Redondo Beach
Soapstone Lake Siskiyou Seven Lakes Basin
Sutterville Lake Sacramento Sacramento West
Todhunters Lake Yolo Taylor Monument
Turner Lake San Joaquin Bouldin Island
Upper White Lake Stanislaus Westley
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