Lake Selmac is located in Josephine County, Oregon, approximately 18 miles southwest of Grants Pass. Two streams flow into Lake Selmac reservoir, from the south, Quedo and McMullen creeks. A 33 foot high dam is located at the north end of the reservoir that flows back into McMullen creek. The confluence of Thompson and McMullen creeks occurs just north of the dam. While Lake Selmac Dam is only 18 miles southwest of Grants Pass by way of Hwy 199, for really great...
Going To Summer Nationals 2011
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DAM NOT Found! Whistlers Bend Dam is hidden in the rolling hills west of Glide, on South Bank Drive. It is 23.6 miles from Wilbur going over the North Bank Road(county road 200) to the dam. This is a great ride. There is less than 1/2 mile of hard pack oiled gravel from the corner of Whistlers Park Rd and S, Bank Drive. You can take your photo here as an alternate(see photo at right), but it is an easy drive up to the dam. While not much of a dam, it has great ...
Gerber Dam and Reservoir, are on Miller Creek 14 miles east of Bonanza, Oregon. The dam and reservoir are 33 miles southeast of Klamath Falls, OR. Take state route 140 east to 70 through Bonanza. The dam, constructed in 1924-1925, and reduces flow into the reclaimed portions of Tule lake in the Tule Lake national Wildlife Refuge.
Shirley & I headed out in search of dams today. We were skunked on the first dam, couldn't find the Klamath Dam but we found Gerber Dam! I'll try talking Shirley into looking for Klamath Dam on the way back to her place!