Lakes of Columbia
















Wilde Lake in Columbia's First Village
This 22-acre man-made lake has a depth range from 13 feet
at the back of the dam to 7-8 feet in the central part of
the lake. The site was originally a low-lying meadow covered
with rough grass, with a small stream running through it.

 

















The lake and its dam were built by the Columbia Association.
The dam face is constructed in 4 steps of poured concrete
with surface texture achieved by the use of logs imprinted in the concrete.
The dam is 200 feet by 15 feet high. Water flows downstream into
Lake Kittamaqundi. The path around the lake is 1.46 miles.

 

 

See other lakes: Centennial Lake, Lake Elkhorn, Lake Kittamagundi

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