Capilano Lake

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Capilano Lake
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Location British Columbia
Coordinates 49°22′37″N 123°07′12″W / 49.377°N 123.120°W / 49.377; -123.120Coordinates: 49°22′37″N 123°07′12″W / 49.377°N 123.120°W / 49.377; -123.120
Type Reservoir
Primary inflows Capilano River
Primary outflows Capilano River
Basin countries Canada
Max. length 4.8 km (3.0 mi)
Max. width 750 m (2,460 ft)
Surface elevation 160 m (520 ft)
Settlements North Vancouver

Capilano Lake is a lake located in the District of North Vancouver and West Vancouver in British Columbia, Canada. It is a watershed administered by the Metro Vancouver and accounts for approximately 40% of Greater Vancouver's water supply.[1] The southern part of the lake is within the Capilano River Regional Park; it is also in this area that the lake is separated from the Capilano River's southern portion by the Cleveland Dam.

Capilano Lake is portrayed as the fictional Highland Beach, Washington in The 4400 television program, as well as Lake Okobogee in a season one episode of the X-Files.

A view of Capilano Lake from the Cleveland Dam.


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