|R.E. "Bob" Woodruff Lake|
|Location||Autauga, Lowndes, Montgomery, and Elmore counties, Alabama|
|Primary inflows||Coosa River|
|Primary outflows||Alabama River|
|Basin countries||United States|
|Max. length||80 mi (130 km)|
|Surface area||20 sq mi (52 km2)|
Woodruff Lake was made possible through the construction of the Robert F. Henry Lock and Dam which was completed in 1975. The dam backs up the river to a minimum depth of nine feet from the upper end of the William "Bill" Dannelly Reservoir to the Alabama Power Company's Walter Bouldin Dam on the Coosa River. The dam's power plant produces enough electricity to serve approximately 45,000 homes.
The lake's level varies little, making it an ideal location for outdoor activities. The lake provides for fishing, boating, water skiing, picnicking, camping, swimming, and hiking. The parks at the lake have beaches, campgrounds, picnic areas, and boat ramps.
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