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    Dale Hollow Lake

    The Nashville District of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers welcomes you to Dale Hollow Lake. Dale Hollow Dam and Lake was authorized by the Flood Control Act of 1938 and the River and Harbor Act of 1946. The project was completed for flood control in 1943. Power generating units were added in 1948, 1949, and 1953. The project was designed by the
  • Deer Creek Lake

    Deer Creek Lake  was authorized 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. There are three recreation areas at the project. The Corps of Engineers recreation areas include a day use area. Deer Creek State Park comprises most of the recreational facilities on the project.
  • Delaware Lake

    Delaware Lake  was authorized by Section 4 of Flood Control Act of 1938. The primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, low-flow augmentation, and recreation. There are four recreation areas at the project. The Corps of Engineers recreation areas include a day use area. Delaware State Park comprises most of the recreational facilities on the project.
  • Dewey Lake

    Dewey Lake is located just west of the Appalachian Mountains, with peaceful settings that offer camping and boating and numerous other outdoor recreation opportunities.
  • Dillon Lake

    Dillon Dam was completed in July 1961 and serves a drainage area of 748 square miles. Primary project purposes are flood risk reduction, low flow augmentation and recreation. Come take advantage of all our recreation opportunities. 
  • Dover Dam

    Dover 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. 
  • Drone Use

    Drone PolicyThe U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Nashville District Drone Policy governs the operation and use of recreational unmanned aerial systems (UAS) at all Nashville District lakes within the Cumberland River Basin.The guidance has designated approved locations to fly drones for hobbyists, while at the same time prohibiting drones where people