Lake Durant and Limekiln Lake Topo Map

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Named for William West Durant, a nineteenth-century developer famed as the father of the Adirondack Great Camp, the 293-acre Lake Durant averages about 8 feet deep and has a maximum depth of 20 feet. Set in the northwestern corner of the Moose River Plains Wild Forest, under the shadow of Fawn Lake Mountain, the 460-acre Limekiln Lake is mostly ringed by forest, averages 20 feet deep, and has a maximum depth of 71 feet. Key species: Tiger muskie, largemouth bass, pumpkinseed, splake, panfish, and yellow perch.
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Inlet, New York

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