ⓘ Gleniffer Lake (Alberta)

                                     

ⓘ Gleniffer Lake (Alberta)

Gleniffer Lake also known as Gleniffer Reservoir is an artificial lake in central Alberta, Canada created in 1983 by the construction of the Dickson Dam which impounded the Red Deer River, a major tributary of the South Saskatchewan River which flows into the Saskatchewan River Basin.

It is at an altitude of 945 m 3.100 ft and approximately 7 km 4.3 long and 2 km width of 1.2 Mi. The lake is located South of highway 54 and East of the cowboy Trail, 36 km, 22 miles West of Innisfail, Alberta and 36 kilometres, 22 miles East of Caroline.

The lake has an area of 17.6 square miles 6.8 square miles, and the watershed 5.610 square kilometers 2.170 square miles. Its average depth is 11.6 meters 38 meters, and reaches a maximum of 33 metres 108 ft.

The lake has free day use, cabins, camping and resort developments, including carefree resort free Resort Lake.

Lake reservoir-source of drinking water in the area.

                                     
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