Lake with clubhouse and beach (Winter 2007)
|Location||Denville, New Jersey|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface elevation||502 ft. (153 m)|
Estling Lake is a lake in Denville, New Jersey with a small private summer community of approximately 60 houses. The lake is fed by Den Brook and drains over a dam into Indian Lake. New Jersey Transit's Montclair-Boonton Line runs along the north shore of the lake. The lake's residents participate in a variety of sporting events with other nearby lakes such as Parsippany, White Meadow, Rainbow, Arrowhead, Mountain, Indian, Intervalve, Telemark, Rock Ridge, Lake Valhalla, and Cedar known as the "Hub Lakes."
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The lake is much deeper than Indian Lake which it empties into. An ice house existed on the lake until it was destroyed in the early twentieth century. There are no motorized boats allowed on the lake so it is usually very quiet.