Hydropower Feasibility at the Fish Hook River Dam

Gake Loyal, John S. Gulliver

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The Fish Hook River Dam MN 00234 is located on the Fish Hook River in Park Rapids, Minnesota. The earthen dam was originally built for logging in 1880 and rebuilt in 1928-1930. A hydropower facility was built in 1909 and taken out of operation in approximately 1943. The powerhouse and portions of the machinery are still in place. The dam is currently owned by the City of Park Rapids. The dam and reservoir are currently used solely for recreation.
Original languageEnglish (US)
StatePublished - May 1982


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