Hanna Lake ہنہ جھيل is a lake in Urak Valley near Quetta in the Balochistan Province, in southwestern Pakistan. It is surrounded by mountains. Colonial era rulers had constructed the historic lake to combat a lack of water in the area. The lake was aimed at promoting agriculture and re-charging springs located in nearby mountains during 1894. The hut that is in the center of the lake (pictured in each photo) was added in 1991 by the Chief of Army staff General Mirza Aslam Baig.
Hanna Lake is one of the most visited and accessible lakes in Balochistan. There is a lakeside restaurant with picnic tables shaded by pine trees at the end of the river, where families can enjoy the food and weather. On the eastern side of the lake stands the Hayat Durrani Water Sports Academy (HDWSA), the first and only rowing, canoeing, kayaking and sailing training and championships organising centre in Balochistan Province.
From years 2000–2010 Hanna Lake dried up and the natives along with hundreds of migrated birds were in trouble. But in 2011, the lake re-filled due to heavy rainstorms and once again gave rise to flora and fauna in its environment.