Stony Lake (Manitoba)

Stony Lake
Stony Lake is located in Manitoba
Stony Lake
Stony Lake
LocationDivision No. 23,
North Manitoba
Coordinates58°51′12″N 98°38′09″W / 58.85334°N 98.63586°W / 58.85334; -98.63586Coordinates: 58°51′12″N 98°38′09″W / 58.85334°N 98.63586°W / 58.85334; -98.63586
Primary inflowsNorth Seal River (Ireland Lake)
Primary outflowsNorth Seal River
Basin countriesCanada
Max. length26 km (16 mi)
Max. width3.5 km (2.2 mi)
Surface elevation250 m (820 ft)

Stony Lake is a lake in the northern Manitoba, Canada.

It is formed at an elevation of 250 m (820 ft), along the North Seal River, which flows east into the Seal River, which in turn empties into the Hudson Bay.

The community of Tadoule Lake, located 9 kilometers (5.6 mi) east of the southern arm of the lake, is the closest inhabited settlement.

Many islands raise from the lake, among them Moffatt Island, Seamen Island (largest) and Radcliffe Island.


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