Located on the Patuxent River in Maryland near the town of Brookevill, Triadelphia Reservoir (or Tridelphia Lake) holds a surface area of 800 acres, and was created in 1943 by the construction of the Brighton Dam. The reservoir provides a drinking water source for the WSSC, or the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission. Recreational facilities include hiking, picnicing, fishing, boating, horseback riding, and hunting.
Triadelphia is northwest to southeast along the Patuxent River serving as a boundary between Howard Count and Montgomery County. Both reservoirs are surrounded by more than 4000 heavily wooded acres. Boating and Fishing are allowed, but the shore access is limited. Reservoirs are open from March 1st to December 15th. Day use or seasonal permits are required boating and fishing on Tridelphia.
Fish species include: Largemouth Bass, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Tiger Muskellunge, Walley, White Perch, and Yellow Perch.
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