Comerford Reservoir

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Comerford Reservoir
Cumerford Reservoir Inlet, Vermont.jpg
A view across a short inlet in the Comerford Reservoir
Location Caledonia County, Vermont; Grafton County, New Hampshire
Coordinates 44°19′31″N 72°0′03″W / 44.32528°N 72.00083°W / 44.32528; -72.00083Coordinates: 44°19′31″N 72°0′03″W / 44.32528°N 72.00083°W / 44.32528; -72.00083
Type Reservoir
Primary inflows Connecticut River
Primary outflows Connecticut River
Basin countries United States
Max. length 7.3 mi (11.7 km)
Max. width 1.1 mi (1.8 km)
Surface area 1,029 acres (4 km2)
Surface elevation 647 ft (197 m)
Settlements Monroe, NH
Littleton, NH
Barnet, VT
Waterford, VT

Comerford Reservoir is a 1,029-acre (4 km2)[1] impoundment located on the Connecticut River on the boundary between Vermont and New Hampshire in the United States. The reservoir is formed by the Frank D. Comerford Dam in the towns of Monroe, New Hampshire, and Barnet, Vermont, and impounds water into the towns of Littleton, New Hampshire, and Waterford, Vermont, nearly to the Moore Reservoir upstream on the Connecticut.

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  1. ^ "Comerford Reservoir, Littleton, Monroe" (PDF). NH Fish & Game. Retrieved August 7, 2014.