Seminoe Dam

LOOKING Closer

Our camera located at Seminoe Dam is anchored on a steep canyon hillside overlooking the dam and power plant. The dam is located at the head of this canyon, where the North Platte cuts through the Seminoe Mountains. The view of the reservoir in this picture belies its actual large size and surface area, which stretches away to the south and covers 20,000 acres when at capacity.

Look Out For

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Snowstorm

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Fog

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Ice Melting on Reservoir

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