Hobb Lake

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Hobb Lake (also called Bates Sawmill Pond[1]) is a major reservoir located in Winslow Township, New Jersey. It was once open for public swimming and was called "The Lake of the Four Fountains". It is formed by the Pump Branch, a tributary of Albertson Brook.


Fishing is a popular activity at Hobb Lake. Great Times Day Camp, situated on Hobb Lake, is one of Southern New Jersey's popular summer camps. Camp Haluwasa, an older and still popular Christian children's camp and retreat, is located directly adjacent with its own 60 acres of lake waters, fed by Hobb Lake.


  1. ^ "Waterways and Bodies of Water in Camden County" (PDF). The Camden County Historical Society. Retrieved June 30, 2011. 

Coordinates: 39°42′26″N 74°52′09″W / 39.70710°N 74.86916°W / 39.70710; -74.86916