- Mud Lake (Tennessee)
Mud Lake Location Memphis, Tennessee / DeSoto County, Mississippi, USA Coordinates Coordinates: Basin countries United States
Mud Lake is an oxbow lake located in northwestern DeSoto County, Mississippi and in southwestern Memphis, Tennessee. It was created by changes in the flow of the Mississippi River and borders Horn Lake (Tennessee) to the east.
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