Willard Bay

Willard Bay is a man-made fresh water reservoir in the , in northern . The bay was separated from the Great Salt Lake in 1964, and has since served as a source of irrigation, drinking water, and recreation for the northern metro area.
Latitude
41.3815° or 41° 22' 53.5" north
Longitude
-112.0877° or 112° 5' 15.8" west
Elevation
4203 feet (1281 metres)
Open­Street­Map ID
way 28136612
Geo­Names ID
5784857
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Also Known As

  • Cebuano: Willard Bay (luuk sa Estados Unidos, Utah)
  • Cebuano: Willard Bay
  • Willard Bay Reservoir

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