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Lake Alvin

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Type  artificial lake
Primary outflows  Nine Mile Creek
Outflow location  Big Sioux River
Primary inflows  Nine Mile Creek
Basin countries  United States
Inflow source  Big Sioux River
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Similar  Lake Herman State Park, Blood Run Site, Big Sioux Recreation Area, Oakwood Lakes State Park, Family Park

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Lake Alvin is an artificial lake in Lincoln County, South Dakota between Harrisburg, South Dakota and Granite, Iowa. The lake is formed by a dam on Nine Mile Creek just before it enters the Big Sioux River, east of Harrisburg. It is part of a 59-acre (240,000 m2) recreational area.

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Map of Lake Alvin, Springdale Township, SD 57032, USA

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HistoryEdit

Lake Alvin has always been a popular swimming location for those looking for a mid-sized beach. However, in 2005, the South Dakota GFP closed the swimming beach to the public due to high levels of coliform bacteria in the lake. A shutdown was again issued in 2009, 2013 and 2014 due to high levels of coliform bacteria.

References

Lake Alvin Wikipedia


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