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Lake Conway

Lake Conway is a 6.700-acre lake in Arkansas. Lake Conway is the largest lake ever created by a state wildlife commission and the first to be created by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. Lake Conway is located directly east of Mayflower, Ark ...

                                               

Hardy Lake

Hardy Lake, originally named Quick Creek Reservoir, is an Indiana state reservoir in Scott and Jefferson counties, Indiana. It is located four miles east of Austin, Indiana and 35 miles north of Louisville, Kentucky. It is the smallest reservoir ...

                                               

Round Valley Reservoir

The Round Valley Reservoir in Clinton Township in Hunterdon County, New Jersey, United States, was formed in 1960 when the New Jersey Water Authority constructed two large dams and flooded a large valley. The reservoir is named after the naturall ...

                                               

Toledo Bend Reservoir

Toledo Bend Reservoir is a reservoir on the Sabine River between Texas and Louisiana. The lake has an area of 185.000 acres, the largest man-made body of water in Louisiana, the largest in the South, and the fifth largest in the United States. Th ...

                                               

Terror Lake Hydroelectric Generating Station

The Terror Lake Hydroelectric Generating Station is the principal power plant for Kodiak Island, Alaska. The Hydroelectricity station consists of three Pelton runner vertical shaft turbine units rated 11 megawatts each at 1200 feet head. Two unit ...

                                               

Calero Dam (Santa Clara County, California)

                                               

Lost Man Creek Dam

Lost Man Creek Dam is located inside the Redwood National and State Parks, Humboldt Meridian, in Humboldt County, California. The dam is positioned 0.8 miles upstream from the confluence of Lost Man Creek with Prairie Creek, and is 24 feet in len ...

                                               

San Antonio Dam (San Bernardino County)

San Antonio Dam is an embankment flood control and debris dam on San Antonio Creek in San Bernardino County, California, about 5 miles north of Ontario. The dam was authorized by the Flood Control Acts of 1936 and 1938 as part of a major program ...

                                               

San Pablo Dam

                                               

Dams in Los Angeles County, California

                                               

Electra Lake

Electra Lake is a privately owned reservoir in La Plata County Colorado. Owned by Xcel Energy, Electra Lake provides water storage for the Tacoma Hydro Generating Station. The reservoirs maximum capacity is 29.800 acre⋅ft.

                                               

Olympus Dam

Olympus Dam is a dam located on the Big Thompson River, in the town of Estes Park, Colorado. The reservoir behind the dam, Lake Estes, is the main source of drinking water for Estes Park. The dam was constructed between 1947 and 1949. The dam is ...

                                               

Lake Burton (Georgia)

Lake Burton is a 2.775 acre reservoir with 62 miles of shoreline located in the northeastern corner of Georgia in Rabun County. It is the first lake in a six-lake series called the Tallulah River Watershed that follows the original course of the ...

                                               

Lake Chehaw

Lake Chehaw is a small reservoir at the confluence of the Flint River, Kinchafoonee Creek, and Muckalee Creek. The concrete Flint River Dam was built in 1908 for hydroelectric generation and is owned by Georgia Power today. Lake Chehaw is very ri ...

                                               

Lake Jackson (Georgia)

Jackson Lake is one of the oldest reservoirs in Georgia, United States, 44 miles southeast of Atlanta in a rural area situated within parts of three counties. The Lloyd Shoals Dam was built in 1910 by Central Georgia Power Company, and electricit ...

                                               

Noonday Creek Structure Number 16

Noonday Creek Structure Number 16 is a category 1 earthen dam on Noonday Creek regulated by the Georgia Safe Dams Program, located a few yards north of Big Shanty Road in Kennesaw, GA. Construction was completed in 1956.

                                               

Lake Rabun

Lake Rabun is a twisty 835-acre reservoir with 25 miles of shoreline located in the Northeastern corner of the U.S. state of Georgia in Rabun County. It is the third lake in a six-lake series that follows the original course of the Tallulah River ...

                                               

Lake Seed

Seed Lake is a 240-acre reservoir with 13 miles of shoreline located in Rabun County, in the northeastern corner of Georgia, United States. It is the second lake in a series of six lakes that follow the original riverbed of the Tallulah River. Ea ...

                                               

Tallulah Falls Lake

Tallulah Falls Lake is a 63-acre reservoir with 3.6 miles of shoreline located in the Northeastern corner of Georgia in Rabun County. It is the fourth and smallest lake in a six-lake series created by hydroelectric dams operated by Georgia Power ...

                                               

Lake Tugalo

Lake Tugalo is a 597-acre reservoir with 18 miles of shoreline located in the northeastern Georgia in Habersham and Rabun counties, but also lies partially in Oconee County, South Carolina. It is the fifth lake in a six-lake series created by hyd ...

                                               

Lake Icaria

Lake Icaria is a reservoir located 4 miles north of Corning, Iowa in Adams County along Iowa Highway 148. It was built as part of the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act and was completed in 1978. It is fed by Walters Creek in its north ...

                                               

Almena Diversion Dam

The Almena Diversion Dam is a reinforced concrete ogee overflow weir located 8 miles northeast of Norton, Kansas long the valley of Prairie Dog Creek and about 11 miles downstream of Norton Dam.

                                               

Rochester Dam

Rochester Dam is a lock and dam located on the Green River near Rochester, Kentucky, United States. Also known as "Green River Dam No. 3," it was built in 1838, and is managed by the Rochester Dam Regional Water Commission. The dam creates a pool ...

                                               

Black Lake (Louisiana)

Black Lake is a reservoir located between Creston and Campti in North Louisiana. Water feeds into Black Lake from Black Lake Bayou, a watershed that extends from north of Gibsland in Bienville Parish and south to Clarence in Natchitoches Parish t ...

                                               

Howland Dam (Maine)

The Howland Dam is a hydroelectric dam on the Piscataquis River at its confluence with the Penobscot River in Howland, Penobscot County, Maine. The Howland Dam was purchased by the Penobscot River Restoration Trust in 2010 from PPL Corporation, f ...

                                               

Bloedes Dam

Bloedes Dam was a hydroelectric dam on the Patapsco River in Maryland. It was the first known instance of a submerged hydroelectric plant, where the power plant was actually housed under the spillway. It is also recognized as one of the earliest ...

                                               

Ashland Dam and Spillway

The Ashland Dam and Spillway is a historic site at the north end of Ashland Reservoir in Ashland State Park in Ashland, Massachusetts. Ashland Reservoir was constructed in 1885, impounding a portion of Cold Spring Brook, a tributary of the Sudbur ...

                                               

Goodnough Dike

The Goodnough Dike is on the southeastern end of the Quabbin Reservoir, the largest water body in Massachusetts. It impounds the waters of Beaver Brook and therefore closes that exit to the Chicopee River Watershed. The Goodnough Dike is not as l ...

                                               

Hopkinton Dam and Spillway

The Hopkinton Dam and Spillway is a historic site at the eastern end of Hopkinton Reservoir in Hopkinton State Park in Ashland, Massachusetts. The western end of the reservoir lies in the town of Hopkinton. The reservoir was constructed between 1 ...

                                               

North Branch Westfield River

The North Branch of the Westfield River starts at the town of Savoy, Massachusetts in the Berkshires. It flows southeasterly to the town of Cummington where it follows Route 9 to the junction with the Swift River. Here it turns sharply south and ...

                                               

Squannacook River Dam

The Squanacook River Dam is just south of Groton Road between Groton and Shirley in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It is one of five dams on the Squannacook River, which forms the boundary between Groton and Shirley.

                                               

Sudbury Dam Historic District

The Sudbury Dam Historic District is a historic district on the southeastern end of Sudbury Reservoir off Massachusetts Route 30 in Framingham and Southborough, Massachusetts. The district encompasses the Sudbury Dam, which impounds the reservoir ...

                                               

Sugden Reservoir Dam

                                               

Ware River Diversion

The Ware River Diversion is a dam on the Ware River. It is part of the Boston, Massachusetts public water supply system, maintained by the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority. It is located in Worcester County in the town of Barre, close to i ...

                                               

Boardman River Dams Ecosystem Restoration Project

The Boardman River Dam Removal Project is a dam removal project in Grand Traverse County, Michigan. It was created to remove three of the four dams on the Boardman River, which flows from Kalkaska County to the Grand Traverse Bay in Traverse City.

                                               

Flat Rock Dam

                                               

Dayton Hollow Dam

Dayton Hollow Dam is a hydroelectric gravity dam on the Otter Tail River in Otter Tail County, Minnesota in the United States. It is located 5 miles southwest of the city of Fergus Falls. Completed in 1909, it is the first power plant built by th ...

                                               

Nevers Dam

                                               

Shermans Dam

Shermans Dam was an impoundment built on Hinkson Creek, Boone County, Missouri. The dam was operational between 1894 and 1920. The dam was constructed to provide a water supply for the city of Columbia, Missouri. The remains of the stone abutment ...

                                               

Old Forge Dam

                                               

Falls Reservoir

Falls Reservoir is part of the Yadkin River Project in North Carolina and managed by Alcoa as part of their hydroelectric business. It is the last of four reservoirs along a 38-mile stretch of the Yadkin River. Falls Reservoir is the smallest of ...

                                               

W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir

The W. Kerr Scott Dam and Reservoir is a 1.475-acre artificial lake impounded by a dam located in Wilkes County, North Carolina. It is located on the Yadkin River system.

                                               

Comet Lake Dam

Comet Lake Dam is a dam located on Nimissila Creek, in the city of Green in Summit County, Ohio, at 40°55′21″N 81°31′33″W. The reservoir created is called Comet Lake, and it drains into the upper Tuscarawas River by way of the Nimissila Creek.

                                               

LaDue Reservoir

LaDue Reservoir is a reservoir located near Ohio State Route 44 and U.S. Route 422 in Auburn and Troy Townships in Geauga County, Ohio. Originally called the" Akron City Reservoir”, it was dedicated as the LaDue Reservoir on October 11, 1961, in ...

                                               

Liggett Lake Dam

Liggett Lake Dam is a dam located in Allen Township, Union County, Ohio, United States, about 2.5 miles north of North Lewisburg", at 40°15′21″N 83°31′49″W. It was built privately by L. Liggett in 1968 on a small tributary to the Big Darby Creek, ...

                                               

Madison Lake Dam

Madison Lake Dam is a dam located on Deer Creek, about 4 miles east of London in Madison County, Ohio, at 39°51′57″N 83°22′33″W. Madison Lake Dam was originally planned out when a piece of land was donated to the state on which to build a lake. T ...

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