Lake Lawrence

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Lake Lawrence
Location Thurston County, Washington
Coordinates 46°51′13″N 122°34′12″W / 46.853712°N 122.570121°W / 46.853712; -122.570121Coordinates: 46°51′13″N 122°34′12″W / 46.853712°N 122.570121°W / 46.853712; -122.570121
Basin countries United States
Surface area 330 acres (130 ha)

Lake Lawrence is a 330-acre (1.3 km2) lake located near Yelm in Thurston County, Washington, United States.[1] Lake Lawrence hosts yearly APBA speed boat races in the spring and in the fall. Lake Lawrence is often referred to "the fastest racing water in the world"[citation needed] because records are often set, and beaten on the lake.

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  1. ^ Thurston County Lake Management Program: Lake Lawrence, Thurston County, Washington, April 14, 2015, retrieved 2015-05-24 

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