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  • 2024 Campsite Reservation Information

    Campers may now make their reservations 180 days in advance and picnic shelter reservations 360 days
  • 2024 Huntington District Campground Schedule

    Campers may now make their reservations 180 days in advance and picnic shelter reservations 360 days in advance. Recreation.gov is taking reservations at this toll free telephone number, 1-877-444-6777. Campers can also make reservations on the Web at http://www.recreation.gov/.
  • Alum Creek Lake

    Reservations, Fees & PassesCamping reservations are required and may be made up to six months in
  • Atwood Lake

    Atwood Lake serves as the Project Office for the projects located within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939.
  • Barren River Lake

    Welcome to Barren River Lake. The lake is situated in the rural, rolling hills of Allen, Barren and Monroe counties in South Central Kentucky.  The dam is located 12 miles east of Scottsville, KY and 15 miles southwest of Glasgow, KY on State Highway 252. Barren River Lake covers 20,150 acres at maximum flood control pool and 10,000 acres at normal summer pool.
  • Beach City Lake

    Beach City Lake is within the Upper Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. Land includes 299 fee acres and 7,818 flowage easement acres. Corps of Engineers recreational facilities include a day use area.
  • Beech Fork Lake

    Beech Fork Lake (authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1962) is part of the integrated flood reduction system operated by the Corps of Engineers for the entire Ohio River Basin. When these lakes are operated as a vast storage system, flood crests along the Ohio can be significantly reduced.
  • Berlin Lake

    Take time out to enjoy the ever-changing pattern of life and scenery that await you at Berlin Lake. Located near Akron, Youngstown, and Warren, Ohio the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to trade the sights and sounds of the city for those of the Ohio countryside.
  • Black Rock Lock

    About the LockThe Black Rock Channel extends from Buffalo Harbor to the Black Rock Lock.  It is
  • Bluestone Lake

    Bluestone Lake was authorized by Section 5 of the Flood Control Act of 1936, amended by section 4 of the FCA of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk management, fish and wildlife enhancement, recreation, and low flow augmentation. The dam was completed in December 1947 and serves a drainage area of 4,603 square miles.
  • Bolivar Dam

    Bolivar Dam is within the Upper Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. Land includes 713 fee acres and 8,282 flowage easement acres. Corps of Engineers recreational facilities include a day use area.
  • Brookville Lake

    Welcome to the Brookville Lake. The lake is located in Franklin and Union counties on the East Fork of the Whitewater River. The dam is about one-half mile above Brookville, Indiana, and 36 miles northwest of Cincinnati, Ohio.
  • Buckhorn Lake

    Welcome to the Buckhorn Lake. The lake is situated in Leslie and Perry counties on the Middle Fork of the Kentucky River in the foothills of the Cumberland Plateau, offering the scenic beauty of the Appalachian Mountain Range. The dam is located near the small community of Buckhorn, Ky., about 100 miles southeast of Lexington and 30 miles west of Hazard. The 1,230 acre Buckhorn Lake and surrounding area offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky manages the land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation.
  • Burnsville Lake

    Burnsville Lake was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are recreation, flood risk management, fish and wildlife, and water quality control. The dam was completed in January 1976 and serves a drainage area of 165 square miles. The lake is impounded by rock-fill embankment and impervious core dam, 89 ft. high and 1,400 ft. long.
  • C.J. Brown Dam & Reservoir

    Welcome to the C. J. Brown Dam and Reservoir. The lake is located near Springfield in west central Ohio, less than a day's drive from Indianapolis, Cleveland, Louisville or Toledo. The 2,120 acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. The C. J. Brown Region offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife or recreate in the great outdoors. 
  • Caesar Creek Lake

    Welcome to the Caesar Creek Lake. The lake is located in Warren, Clinton and Greene counties in southwestern Ohio. The dam is three miles above the mouth of Caesar Creek, a tributary of the Little Miami River. The 2,830-acre lake provides flood reduction and a whole lot more. The Caesar Creek Region offers many opportunities to enjoy wildlife or recreate in the great outdoors.
  • Cagles Mill Lake

    Welcome to the Cagles Mill Lake. The lake lies in Putnam and Owen counties in south-central Indiana, approximately midway between Indianapolis and Terre Haute. The area is picturesque with rolling hills surrounded by streams and creeks. The dam is located on Mill Creek 2.8 miles above its mouth. Cagles Mill Lake bears the name of an old grist mill that was just downstream from the lake on Mill Creek.
  • Carr Creek Lake

    Welcome to the Carr Creek Lake. The lake is located in the mountainous region of southeastern Kentucky, about 16 miles from Hazard and 18 miles from Whitesburg. The dam is located 8.8 miles above the mouth of Carr Fork, a tributary of the North Fork of the Kentucky River. The 710 acre lake and surrounding area offers a wide variety of outdoor recreation opportunities. The Corps, in cooperation with the Commonwealth of Kentucky, manages the land and water for wildlife, fisheries and recreation.
  • Cave Run Lake

    Welcome to the Cave Run Lake. The lake is located within the scenic Eastern Highlands Region of Kentucky and is almost completely surrounded by the northern-most section of the Daniel Boone National Forest. An earth and rockfill dam built across the Licking River created Cave Run Lake. The 8,270 acre Cave Run Lake is most widely known for its outdoor recreation opportunities, excellent fishing and scenic beauty. However, the lake project was constructed primarily for the purpose of reducing flood damage.
  • Cecil M. Harden Lake

    Welcome to Cecil M. Harden Lake. Cecil M. Harden Lake (also known as Raccoon Lake), located in west central Indiana, lies predominantly in Parke County and extends into Putnam County.  The dam is on Big Raccoon Creek 33 miles upstream of its juncture with the Wabash River.  It is approximately 25 miles northeast of Terre Haute, 50 miles west of Indianapolis, and 15 miles north of Brazil.
  • Center Hill Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Center Hill Lake.  The lake
  • Charles Mill Lake

    Charles Mill Lake is within the Walhonding section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. Land includes 111 fee acres and 8,320 easement acres. Corps of Engineers recreational facilities include a day use area.
  • Cheatham Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Cheatham Lake.  The lake
  • Clendening Lake

    Clendening Lake is within the Lower Tuscarawas section of the Muskingum Area. It was authorized by Section 4 of the Flood Control Act (FCA) of 1938, as amended by Section 4 of the FCA of 1939. Primary project purposes are flood damage reduction, recreation, and fish and wildlife. Land includes 87 fee acres and 7,214 easement acres.
  • Conemaugh River Lake

    An abundance of cultural resources and recreational opportunities coupled with a great river revival and trail has certainly made Conemaugh River Lake the place to be for outdoor fun!
  • Cordell Hull Lake

    The Nashville District U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Cordell Hull Lake.  The lake
  • Crooked Creek Lake

    Nestled among the rolling hills of western Pennsylvania, Crooked Creek Lake is an ideal setting for year-round outdoor activities. Located only 30 miles northeast of Pittsburgh, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers invites you to discover the scenic beauty of the lake and surrounding countryside. Visitors will find they can pursue a variety of outdoor activities at the lake with its numerous, well-maintained facilities available for enjoyment. For those who enjoy the outdoors, a visit to Crooked Creek Lake can be a rewarding experience. 
  • Cumberland River Basin Clean Marina Program

    The Cumberland River Basin Clean Marina Program is a voluntary program implemented by U.S. Army
  • Dale Hollow Lake

    The Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Dale Hollow Lake. Dale
  • Deer Creek Lake

    The authority for Deer Creek Lake to be built was granted by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, fish and wildlife enhancement, recreation, and low flow augmentation. Deer Creek Lake’s recreation areas are comprised of three main areas; US Army Corps of Engineers day use area, ODNR’s wildlife area, and ODNR’s parks and recreation area and facilities. Deer Creek State Park comprises most of the recreational facilities on the project including the lodge, cabins, campground, golf course, and beach amongst other facilities.