This article describes a concept which is mentioned in J.R.R. Tolkien's works, but was never given a definite name.
|Location||In a cave in the Misty Mountains, deep below Goblin-town|
|Description||Icy cold pool of water|
|People and History|
|Events||Riddle-game between Bilbo Baggins and Gollum|
Gollum's Lake was a small subterranean body of icy cold water inside the Misty Mountains. The lake had a tiny island in the middle, which provided protection for Gollum from the nearby Goblin camp and was where he lived for over four hundred years during the Third Age (Gollum entered the Misty Mountains about T.A. 2470 and departed in 2944; how long it took him to find the lake is unknown). The lake harboured fish, which was the main food source of Gollum.