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Harriman Reservoir is over 8 miles long and features 28 miles of winding coastline. The shores of this scenic gem remain undeveloped and unbroken; wildlife sightings include the American Bald Eagle and Common Loon. Harriman Reservoir is the largest body of water entirely within Vermont's borders.
Frequent travelers along the Molly Stark Byway will notice the seasonal drawdown of Harriman Reservoir in which the water line drops many feet and much of its coastline is revealed. This annual drawdown is now regulated to ensure the ecological health of local fisheries.