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Mission

The Seymour Lake Association, a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization, is dedicated to the protection and preservation of Seymour Lake for the benefit of lake users, property owners, and residents of Morgan, Vermont

Where Is Seymour Lake and Other Seymour Lake Information 

Seymour Lake

 

Location of Seymour Lake (Town of Morgan) in Vermont
Location of Seymour Lake (Town of Morgan) in Vermont

Vermont in Red

Location: Town of Morgan, Orleans County, Vermont
Elevation: 1279 ft.
Coordinates: 44°53’49”N 071°58’54”
Primary inflows: Seven main brooks and many minor
Outflow: Echo Lake, Clyde River, Lake Memphremegog, Riviere Magog, Riviere Saint-Francios, St. Lawrence River, Atlantic Ocean
Maximum length: 3.08 mi.
Maximum width: 1.83 mi.
Lakeshore: 10.0 mi.
Surface area: 1,769 acres
Watershed: 12,920 acres
Maximum depth: 167 feet

Contact Us

P.O. Box 36
Morgan, Vermont 05853
Telephone: (802) 766-8895 Website: www.seymourlake.org

Seymour Histories (Interesting Stories About People and Properties Around the Lake)

Seymour Lake Assoc. Logo

Icons for SLA Website

Here is a list of instructions so you can place an SLA icon  on your device for instant access to the website. Then you can merely touch or click to get lots of valuable information about Seymour.

ANDROID:
Get SLA website seymourlake.org on phone> Touch 3 dots in upper right> Touch “Add to homescreen”> Touch “Add”

PC CHROME:
Get SLA website seymourlake.org on PC> Click 3 bars in upper right> Click “More tools”> Click “create application shortcuts…”> Select 1 to 3 choices> Click “Create”

PC Internet Explorer:
Get SLA website seymourlake.org on PC> Click gear in upper right> Click “Add site to Start menu”> Click “Add”> Click Start menu> click “All Programs> right click “Seymour Lake Association”>click “Cut”>put cursor on screen>right click> click “paste”

iPHONE
Get SLA website seymourlake.org on iPhone> Touch arrow within square at bottom> Touch “add to homescreen”

Mac
Get SLA website seymourlake.org on Mac. Select all of the URL> Click and hold URL while dragging it to your desktop.