Miller/Knox Lagoon

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Miller/Knox Lagoon is a lake in Richmond, California. [1]

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The lake is fed by underground salt water from San Pablo Bay and is man-made.[ citation needed ] It is located in the Pt. Richmond neighborhood. [1] The pond is located within Miller/Knox Regional Park. [1] The hole in the ground that was filled to form a water body was formerly part of quarries used during public works in the city of Richmond during the World War II home front.[ citation needed ]

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References

  1. 1 2 3 Wildcat Creek Watershed Map Archived 2011-07-23 at the Wayback Machine , Museum of California, access date 12-02-2009

Coordinates: 37°54′57″N122°23′11″W / 37.9159°N 122.3863°W / 37.9159; -122.3863