Historic Sites

Dalton Highway

The Dalton Highway extends 414 miles across northern Alaska from Livengood to Deadhorse and the oilfields of Prudhoe Bay. Built during construction of the trans-Alaska oil pipeline in the 1970s, this mostly gravel highway travels through rolling, forested hills, across the Yukon River and Arctic Circle, through the rugged ...

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Lake Greeson

Lake Greeson is one of three lakes located in southwest Arkansas within the Ouachita River Basin. The lake is located on the beautiful Little Missouri River in Pike County, Arkansas. Built by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers between 1947 and 1950 as part of a flood ...

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Lake Walcott

Lake Walcott State Park is located at the northwest end of the Bureau of Reclamation's Lake Walcott Project, a welcome refuge on the edge of Idaho's high desert. Water skiing, power boating, windsurfing, sailing and bird watching are only a few of the activities that will make your stay ...

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Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest

The Apache and the Sitgreaves National Forests were administratively combined in 1974 and are now managed as one unit from the Forest Supervisor's Office in Springerville. The two million acre Forest encompasses magnificent mountain country in east-central Arizona along the Mogollon Rim and the White Mountains. What makes this Forest ...

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Cedar Bluff Reservoir

Cedar Bluff Dam and reservoir is a feature of the Cedar Bluff Unit, Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program, and is located on the Smoky Hill River in west central Kansas. The reservoir open 24 hours. The reservoir has approximately 3280 water surface acres, 8256 land acres and 50 miles of ...

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Lovewell Reservoir

Lovewell Reservoir is just inside the Kansas border from Superior, Nebraska. Lovewell Dam and Reservoir are features of the Bostwick Division, Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Project. Reservoir peaks at 2,040 surface acres, ha 3,590 land acres and 44 miles of shoreline. The dam is owned and operated by the ...

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Clark Canyon Reservoir

Clark Canyon Reservoir is located 20 miles south of Dillon Montana and is the head waters of the Beaverhead River. Many recreation opportunities are available around the reservoir including boating, camping, fishing, picnicking, waterskiing, hunting, photography and wildlife viewing. Seven campgrounds offer individuals the option to stay on all ...

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Pueblo Reservoir

Recreation at Pueblo Reservoir is managed by the Colorado State Parks under agreement with the Bureau of Reclamation, Eastern Colorado Area Office, Loveland, Colorado.Pueblo Reservoir was created by Pueblo Dam which crosses the Arkansas River. The reservoir is part of the Fryingpan-Arkansas Project. The 1.7 million ...

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Platoro Reservoir

Located in a geologic area consisting of a complex volcanic bedrock material, lies Platoro Reservoir and Dam. This earth-fill structure is located on the beautiful Conejos River, about one mile above the town of Platoro, Colorado. Gaze at the high mountain valley and broad vistas of the surrounding San ...

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McPhee Reservoir

McPhee Dam, located on the Dolores River, is a rolled earth, sand, gravel, and rockfill structure with a volume of approximately 6,230,000 cubic yards. The crest of the dam is 270 feet high above streambed, 1,300 feet in length, and 30 feet wide. McPhee Reservoir was completed in 1985 ...

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