|Lake Kelly||water-supply reservoir in SE Henderson County for town of Saluda. Located at the head of Kelly Creek.|
|Lake Kenilworth||central Buncombe County in the city of Asheville. Approx. ½ mi. long.|
|Lake Landing||community in E Hyde County on the SE shore of Lake Mattamuskeet. The courthouse was there from about 1820 to 1836.|
|Lake Landing Township||E Hyde County.|
|Lake Lanier||in S Polk County, N.C., and NE Greenville County, S.C. Formed about 1916-18. Covers 127 acres, with a max. depth of 70 ft. Named for poet Sidney Lanier (1842-81), who spent his last years in Polk County. Water source for town of Tryon. Used for recreation and for commercial purposes.|
|Lake Lee||See Lake Monroe.|
|Lake Logan||S Haywood County on West Fork Pigeon River. Approx. 1½ mi. long and ¼ mi. wide. A water reservoir for Champion Paper and Fiber Company in Canton. Alt. 2,909.|
|Lake Louise||a 35-acre lake formed in 1927 in SE Alleghany County on the headwaters of Laurel Branch. Owned by Roaring Gap, Inc., and open exclusively to stockholders and guests for fishing, swimming, and boating.|
|Lake Louise||N Buncombe County in the town of Weaverville. Covers 6 acres; max. depth 50 ft. Fed by 5 underwater springs. Built before 1907 by Charles R. Moore and named Lake Juanita for Juanita Peace, a young girl who lived in the Moore home. At Moore's death, the property was given to Weaver College and later to the town of Weaverville, when the name was changed to Lake Louise in honor of Louise Moore, the donor.|
|Lake Lure||W Rutherford County on Broad River. Formed in 1928 as a part of a resort development; the dam is 104 ft. high. The lake covers 1,500 acres, with a shoreline of 27 mi. Used for recreation.|
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