|Location||Inyo County, California|
|Primary outflows||Middle Fork Bishop Creek|
|Catchment area||15.1 square miles (39 km2)|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Surface area||184 acres (74 ha)|
|Water volume||8,376 acre feet (10,332,000 m3)|
|Surface elevation||9,128 feet (2,782 m)|
Lake Sabrina is a lake created by damming the middle fork of Bishop Creek. It is located south-west of Bishop, California on California State Route 168, in the Inyo National Forest. It has a cafe as well as a dock. The dam was built in 1907-8 to supply a constant flow of water to the hydraulic power plants. The lake is part of the Bishop Creek system.
Local residents pronounce the lake "Sah-bry-nuh;" however, the lake was originally named after Mrs. Sabrina (pronounced: suh-BREE-nuh) Hobbs, wife of C.M. Hobbs first General Manager of California Nevada Power Company which built the dam. The reason for the lake's name pronunciation changing over the years is unclear.
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