Rogers Park Dam, northcentral Iowa
Rogers Park Dam is on a tributary of Cedar River in Benton County, Iowa and is used for recreation purposes. Construction was completed in 1977. It has a normal surface area of 2 acres. It is owned by Benton Co Conservation Board.
Rogers Park Dam is of earthen construction. The core is assumed to be homogeneous. The foundation is assumed to be soil. Its height is 45 feet with a length of 580 feet. Its capacity is 571 acre feet. Normal storage is 128 acre feet. It drains an area of 3.20937 square miles.
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