Nothing beats the sublime beauty of a desert lake, its azure waters shimmering dreamily against the golden hues around it, green grasses waving invitingly in the breeze, beckoning to thirsty animals and weary travelers.
Trumbull Lake, Iowa
Trumbull Lake in Clay County, Iowa, is a very shallow body of water with 7.2 miles of shoreline and a hard-surface boat ramp. It’s situated next to two state wildlife areas, Trumbull Lake Wildlife Area and the Smith Slough Wildlife Area. Trumbull Lake has a maximum depth of four feet. Due in part to its shallowness and the use of fertilizers by local farmers, its water is cloudy with algae and sediment.
Contact us if this lake is a drinking water reservoir or if it's located on a private property.
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