|Primary inflows||Corwar burn|
|Primary outflows||Carrick burn|
|Max. length||0.66 mi (1.06 km)|
|Max. width||0.33 mi (0.53 km)|
|Surface area||43.8 ha (108 acres)|
|Average depth||5 ft (1.5 m)|
|Max. depth||10 ft (3.0 m)|
|Water volume||26,000,000 cu ft (740,000 m3)|
|Shore length1||4.9 km (3.0 mi)|
|Surface elevation||118 m (387 ft)|
|Islands||several islets |
|1 Shore length is not a well-defined measure.|
Loch Dornal is an irregular shaped, shallow, freshwater loch in Strathclyde, in the Southern Uplands of south-west Scotland. It lies approximately 8 mi (13 km) northwest of the town of Newton Stewart.
There are several islets in the loch some of which contain archaeological features.
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