Lake Elwell

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Lake Elwell
LocationLiberty / Toole counties, Montana, United States
Coordinates48°19′20″N 111°05′48″W / 48.32222°N 111.09667°W / 48.32222; -111.09667Coordinates: 48°19′20″N 111°05′48″W / 48.32222°N 111.09667°W / 48.32222; -111.09667
Typereservoir
Primary inflowsMarias River
Primary outflowsMarias River
Basin countriesUnited States
Surface area14,842 acres (60.06 km2)
Surface elevation3,025 ft (922 m)

Lake Elwell (a.k.a. Tiber Reservoir) is a reservoir in north central Montana. The reservoir was created by the damming of the Marias River at the Tiber Dam. Lake Elwell was named for Judge Charles B. Ewell (1888–1974), former director of the Montana Reclamation Association.[1]

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