Lake Harmony

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For the community, see Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania.
Lake Harmony
Lake Harmony.jpg
Lake Harmony in September 2015
Location Carbon County, Pennsylvania
Coordinates 41°03′36″N 075°35′33″W / 41.06000°N 75.59250°W / 41.06000; -75.59250Coordinates: 41°03′36″N 075°35′33″W / 41.06000°N 75.59250°W / 41.06000; -75.59250
Type natural lake
Primary inflows spring
Primary outflows overflow at eastern end of lake
Basin countries United States
Surface elevation 1,841 ft (561 m)

Lake Harmony is a glacial lake[1] in Kidder Township, Carbon County, Pennsylvania, United States. The lake is drained by the Tobyhanna Creek, which flows northwest into the Lehigh River. It shares its name with an adjacent village, which has a zip code of 18624.


  1. ^ "Lake Harmony, Pennsylvania, USA". Retrieved 27 December 2012. 

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