Lake Arrowhead

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San Bernardino Mountains - History - Reservoirs and Recreation
... the first dam in the Big Bear Valley, forming Big Bear Lake – the world's largest artificial reservoir at the time – to supply water to citrus farms ... dam had been built, increasing the size of the lake threefold ... An unintended effect of the lake was to dramatically increase tourism in the San Bernardino Mountains, and its shores were developed with lodges and visitor facilities by the 1920s ...
California State Route 173 - Route Description
... limits and travels east along the shore of Silverwood Lake, passing near Cedar Springs Dam ... River Forks Regional Park, where it turns east and intersects Arrowhead Lake Road, which leads to the urban center of Hesperia ... east to its apex before turning south to the Lake Arrowhead area ...
Lake Arrowhead - United States
... Bodies of water Arrowhead Lake (Idaho) Lake Arrowhead Reservoir, California Lake Arrowhead (Georgia) Lake Arrowhead (Maine) Lake Arrowhead (New Jersey) Arrowhead Lake in Sanders County, Montana Communities Lake ...
Lake Arrowhead Reservoir
... Lake Arrowhead is an artificial lake located in the San Bernardino Mountains on Little Bear Creek, a tributary of Deep Creek and the Mojave River ... It is surrounded by the unincorporated community of Lake Arrowhead in San Bernardino County, California ... The lake was originally intended to serve as part of a major waterworks project to provide irrigation water to the San Bernardino Valley, and construction ...
Blue Jay, California
... located one mile from the southwestern bank of Lake Arrowhead ... The town is a part of the Lake Arrowhead Community ... Other towns in this community are Lake Arrowhead, Running Springs and Cedar Glen ...

Famous quotes containing the words arrowhead and/or lake:

    Hands and knees
    Pushing the Bear grass, thousands
    Of arrowhead leavings over a
    Hundred yards.
    Gary Snyder (b. 1930)

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