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Aquetong Lake (sometimes called Ingham Lake), was created in the late 1800's.  Over the last 20 years the lake remained largely unused by the community and acted as a thermal reservoir, negatively impacting down-stream water temperatures. After many years of debate and consideration and in-depth analysis of the surrounding area, it was determined that the best approach for the area was to remove the dam that created the lake and return the 11-acre area to its natural state.

In 2015 the dam was breached, and over the last two years the Aquetong Watershed, Solebury Township, Trout Unlimited, and other involved citizens have been participating in stabalizing the land and monitoring the state of the surrounding water ways.  The township has spearheaded multiple tree plantings to help reestablish the  riparian buffer.