|Fort Meadow Reservoir|
FORT MEADOW RESERVOIR Latitude and Longitude:
|Max. length||2,480 metres (1.54 mi)|
|Max. width||700 metres (2,300 ft)|
|Surface area||260 acres (1.1 km2)|
|Average depth||9 feet (2.7 m)|
|Max. depth||30 feet (9.1 m)|
Fort Meadow Reservoir is a 260-acre lake in Marlborough, Massachusetts, United States. At its widest point, the lake measures roughly 700 metres. From end to end, it measures 2,480 metres (1.54 mi) long.
Amory Maynard, the founder of Maynard, Massachusetts, originally operated a saw mill on the channel leading into Fort Meadow Pond before the City of Boston acquired his water rights. The Reservoir lies 76.2 metres (250 ft) above sea level. 
The Fort Meadow Reservoir ends at the borders of Hudson and Marlborough. The lake consists of a primary and secondary basin, separated by a narrows near the center of the two. The primary basin is split into two sections by a road.
Motorized boating is allowed, making it a popular local destination for recreation.
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