• River: Chattahoochee River
• Surface Area: 674 Acres
• Average Depth: 27 Feet
• Maximum Depth: 55 feet
Bull Sluice Lake is a small reservoir located along the Chattahoochee River in northern Georgia, in the northern suburbs of metro Atlanta. It is 673-acres, and is impounded by the Morgan Falls Dam. Besides the hydroelectric power produced by the dam, the lake's primary use is recreation, including fishing and rowing.
Blue Sluice Lake Level Information:
"Lake elevations are always subject to change, depending on conditions. Individuals who recreate below our dams and those with boats and water-related equipment on our lakes and facilities should always stay alert to changing conditions and be prepared to take the necessary steps to protect their property. During the winter and spring months, rainfall is more frequent at Blue Sluice Lake. Rain events can cause changes, sometimes very quickly, to lake elevations. Spill gates at the dams are subject to opening more frequently. Year-around, lake levels on Bull Sluice Lake are typically lower on Sundays and Mondays due to low inflow from upstream Buford Dam." - Georgia Power Company