Photos of Lakes and Reservoirs in Northumberland.
This page provides links to pages with photos of lakes and reservoirs in Northumberland.
The largest lakes are all man made reserveoirs, including Kielder Water. There are a few small lakes that we don't have photos of yet and these will be added in due course. The lakes are listed in alphabetical order.
Click on the link below each photo to go to that section.
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A small reservoir between Hartburn Grange and Hartburn Village.
Part of the massive Kielder Reservoir - connected by a weir to form a separate lake.
Lake on the north side of Hadrian's Wall near Housesteads Roman Fort.
Nature reserve and fishing lake in Coquetdale near Rothbury and Thropton.
Lake on the north side of Hadrian's Wall below crags and boulder scree.
Victorian Reservoir in Redesdale near the Scottish Border.
Colt Crag Reservoir
Next to the A68 trunk road north of Stagshaw.
Small lake at Coney Garth near Ashington.
Large Reservoir on the border between Northumberland and Durham.
Reservoir near Rothbury and Simonside Hills - very popular with anglers.
Lake on the north side of Hadrian's Wall near Hotbank Crags.
Lake to the south of Hadrian's Wall near Housesteads Roman Fort.
A "secret" lake near the village of Harbottle in the Cheviots - only accessible on
foot after a steep climb.
The largest reservoir in the country and a popular tourist destination.
Lake and visitor centre built on the site of a former opencast mine
near the coast south of Amble.
Linton Lane Nature Reserve
Pegswood Community Country Park Lake
Country Park just outside Morpeth beside the road to Longhirst.
Queen Elizabeth II Country Park Lake
Lake near the former mining town of Ashington - next to the Woodhorn Museum.
Small reservoir near the village of Netherwitton.
Small private lakes at Rothley, between Scots Gap and Rothbury.
Source of the River Wansbeck and a popular angling location.
Little known lakes in North Northumberland near Belford.
Whittle Dene Reservoirs
A number of reservoirs located on either side of the B6318 "Military Road"
west of Heddon-on-the-Wall.