|Lake Point||point of land on the SW tip of Durant Island, central Dare County.|
|Lake Raleigh||in central Wake County on Walnut Creek. Formed in 1900. Covers 72 acres and has max. depth of 25 ft. Used for municipal water supply.|
|Lake Reidsville||in Rockingham County on Troublesome Creek. Built in 1972 to serve as part of Reidsville's water supply and for recreational activities such as fishing, waterskiing, and camping. Covers 750 acres.|
|Lake Rogers||See Creedmoor Lake.|
|Lake Run||flows S from Little Singletary Lake, NE Bladen County, into Ellis Creek.|
|Lake Santeetlah||See Santeetlah Lake.|
|Lake Sapphire||central Transylvania County on Allison Creek approx. 1½ mi. N of town of Brevard. Covers 3 acres, with a max. depth of 30 ft. Used for recreation. See also Sapphire Lake.|
|Lake Scuppernong||See Lake Phelps.|
|Lake Sequoyah||SE Macon County at the head of Cullasaja River. Formed about 1920. Covers approx. 150 acres, with a max. depth of 40 ft. Owned by the town of Highlands and used as a source of power and for swimming, fishing, boating, and skating. Named for Sequoyah (1770?-1843), Indian teacher.|
|Lake Summit||S Henderson County on Green River. Formed in 1920 as a source of power. Covers 350 acres, with a max. depth of 100 ft. A textile mill formerly operated there, and summer homes stand along the shores of the lake.|
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