Lake Monroe

Lake Monroe may refer to one of the following places in the United States:

  • Lake Monroe, Florida, unincorporated community
  • Lake Monroe (Florida) in Florida, a lake on the St. Johns River
  • Lake Monroe (Indiana) in Monroe and Brown counties, Indiana
  • Lake Monroe (Mississippi) in Monroe County, Mississippi

Other articles related to "lake monroe, monroe, lake, lakes":

Sanford, Florida - History - Early History
... The Mayaca or Jororo Indians inhabited the shores of Lake Monroe at the time of European contact ... an army garrison was established upstream, on the southern side of Lake Monroe near a trading post ... Called Camp Monroe, the log breastwork was attacked on February 8, 1837 ...
St. Johns River - Geography and Ecology - Middle Basin
... This basin, spreading throughout Orange, Lake, Volusia, and Seminole Counties, is home to the greater Orlando metropolitan area, where 2 million people live and major tourist attractions are ... clearly distinguishable banks along the river and broad, shallow lakes ... Two of the largest lakes in the middle basin are created by the river Lake Harney and Lake Monroe ...
Lake Monroe (Indiana)
... Lake Monroe is a reservoir located about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Bloomington, Indiana, United States ... The lake is the largest wholly in Indiana with 10,750 acres (43.5 km2) of water surface area spread over the counties of Monroe and Brown ... Lake Monroe was the last lake in Indiana to allow blast fishing until a ban was passed in 1985 ...
Sanford, Florida
... Waterfront Gateway City, Sanford sits on the southern shore of Lake Monroe at the head of navigation on the St ... in 1836, the United States Army established Camp Monroe and built a road that is currently known as Mellonville Avenue ... include a large fireworks display over Lake Monroe, as well as holiday parades on 1st street ...

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