|The Redingsdorfer See (from the southeast)|
|Geographical location||Ostholstein district|
|Drain||Steinbach to Neustädter inland water|
|Location close to the shore||Bujendorf|
|Maximum depth||4.5 m|
|Middle deep||1.67 m|
The lake has a round basic shape with a large bay in the southeast with a maximum length of approx. 600 m (in NW / SE direction). It has a size of approx. 13 hectares and is very shallow with a depth of usually much less than a meter and therefore threatened with silting up.
Around 1938, the lake's water level was lowered, reducing its area and depth. In 1988 the lake was redeveloped - u. a. by dredging mud. After completion of the renovation work, the Redingsdorfer See is two meters deep.
The Redingsdorfer See drains over the Steinbach into the Neustädter inland water .
- The data on the lake: Redingsdorfer See & explanations of the landscape framework plan for planning area II - Ostholstein district and the Hanseatic city of Lübeck
- To Steinbach :  (PDF; 3.3 MB)