Parker Pond

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Parker Pond
Location Kennebec County, Maine
Coordinates 44°29′24″N 70°01′41″W / 44.490°N 70.028°W / 44.490; -70.028Coordinates: 44°29′24″N 70°01′41″W / 44.490°N 70.028°W / 44.490; -70.028
Basin countries United States
Surface area 1,610 acres (650 ha)
Max. depth 76 ft (23 m)
Water volume 41,636 acre⋅ft (51,357,000 m3)
Islands Birch Island, Causeway Island, Gooseneck Island, Spruce Island
Settlements Fayette and Vienna

Parker Pond is a pond located in the towns of Fayette, Mount Vernon, Chesterville, and Vienna, Maine. Relatively undeveloped, and one of the major bodies of water in the Winthrop Lakes Region, it is 76 feet (23 m) deep, and covers about 2.5 square miles (6 km2) in surface area. Boat access is gained via an undeveloped launch at the north end. Bearnstow, a weekly summer camp, is located on its eastern shore.


External links

  • Survey and Map from State of Maine
  • Winthrop Lakes Region Chamber of Commerce

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