Sprague Lake (Washington) facts for kids
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Aerial view of Lincoln County, WA with Sprague Lake in the lower right corner.
|Primary inflows||Ettienne Creek|
|Primary outflows||Cow Creek|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface area||1,760 acres (712 ha)|
|Max. depth||20 ft (6 m)|
|Water volume||19,000 acre ft (0.023 km³)|
|Surface elevation||1883 ft (574 m)|
Sprague Lake is a lake in Washington, straddling the border of Adams and Lincoln counties. It is two miles west of the town of Sprague. Sprague Lake is drained by Cow Creek, a tributary of the Palouse River. The lake was originally called Lake Colville.
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