List of dams and reservoirs in South Dakota
Following is a list of dams and reservoirs in South Dakota.
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 South Dakota
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- Angostura Dam, Angostura Reservoir, United States Bureau of Reclamation
- Belle Fourche Dam, Belle Fourche Reservoir, USBR
- Big Bend Dam, Lake Sharpe, United States Army Corps of Engineers
- Big Stone Lake Dam, Big Stone Lake, State of Minnesota (on the South Dakota - Minnesota border)
- Cold Brook Dam, Cold Brook Lake, USACE
- Cottonwood Springs Dam, Cottonwood Springs Lake, USACE
- Deerfield Dam, Deerfield Reservoir, USBR
- Fort Randall Dam, Lake Francis Case, USACE
- Gavins Point Dam, Lewis and Clark Lake, USACE (on the South Dakota - Nebraska border)
- Oahe Dam, Lake Oahe, USACE (extends into North Dakota)
- Oglala Dam, Oglala Lake, Oglala Sioux Tribe
- Pactola Dam, Pactola Lake, USBR
- Shadehill Dam, Shadehill Reservoir, USBR
- Squaw Humper Dam
- Sheridan Dam, Sheridan Lake, United States Forest Service
- Reservation Dam and White Rock Dam, Lake Traverse, USACE
- "Major Dams of the United States". National Atlas of the United States. USGS. September 17, 2009. Retrieved October 24, 2009.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Squaw Humper Dam