Harris Chain of Lakes

The Harris Chain of Lakes is a 77,500-acre, 8-lake chain of lakes. The Harris Chain of Lakes spans portions of Astatula, Eustis, Howey-in-the-Hills, Leesburg, Mount Dora, Tavares, and Yalaha, in Lake County, Florida.

The 8 Lakes that make up the Harris Chain of Lakes are: (north to south)
Lake Griffin (9,428-acres), Big Lake Harris (15,321-acres), Little Lake Harris (3,718-acres), Lake Dora (4,502-acres), Lake Beauclair (1,134-acres), Lake Yale (4,044-acres), Lake Eustis (7,833-acres), and Lake Carlton (384-acres). While Lake Yale is technically part of the Harris Chain, although not connected by a navigable waterway to the other lakes. Located about 30 miles northwest of downtown Orlando, Florida, the Harris Chain of Lakes is in Lake County, Florida.

Lake Yale

Lake Yale is a 4,044-acre lake located in Leesburg, Florida 32726, 32735, 32784, 34788. Although NOT connected by a navigable waterway, Lake Yale is part of the Harris Chain of Lakes.