List of dams and reservoirs in Florida facts for kids
Following is a list of dams and reservoirs in Florida.
All major dams are linked below. The National Inventory of Dams defines any "major dam" as being 50 feet (15 m) tall with a storage capacity of at least 5,000 acre feet (6,200,000 m3), or of any height with a storage capacity of 25,000 acre feet (31,000,000 m3).
Dams and reservoirs in Florida
- multiple dikes, C. W. Bill Young Regional Reservoir, Tampa Bay Water
- Franklin Lock and Dam, on the Caloosahatchee River, United States Army Corps of Engineers
- Herbert Hoover Dike, Lake Okeechobee, USACE
- Inglis Spillway and Dam, Lake Rousseau, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
- Jackson Bluff Dam, Lake Talquin, City of Tallahassee, Florida
- Jim Woodruff Dam, Lake Seminole, USACE
- Lake Manatee Dam, Lake Manatee, Manatee County Utilities
- Munson Recreation State Dam, Lake Munson, State of Florida
- Moss Bluff Lock and Spillway, on the Oklawaha River, St. Johns River Water Management District
- Port Mayaca Lock and Dam, on the Okeechobee Waterway, USACE
- Rodman Dam, Rodman Reservoir, Florida Department of Environmental Protection
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