Silver Lake Reservoir

Silver Lake Reservoir

1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.

The Silver Lake Reservoirs comprise two concrete-lined basins, Ivanhoe Reservoir and Silver Lake, divided by a spillway, in the Silver Lake community of Los Angeles, California.

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