Gerber Dam is a historic dam, and really looks the part. This dam is very small but has a unique look to it. The dam is located about 12 miles north of the California border and is surrounded by beautiful mountain landscape. This is a very nice stop for a dam enthusiast or just someone wanting to experience a little known corner of beautiful Oregon.
Fun Facts About Gerber Dam
-Gerber Dam was built in 1925.
-Gerber Dam was built by the United States Bureau of Reclamation.
-Gerber Dam is a concrete arch dam.
-The water that passes over Gerber Dam flows downstream into the Tule Lake National Wildlife Refuge in California.
-The Gerber Dam measures in at 84 feet tall.
-Gerber Dam is 460 feet long.
-The closest community to Gerber Dam is the community of Bonanza.
-Gerber Dam sits on Miller Creek.
-The water impounded by Gerber Dam is known as Gerber Reservoir.
-Gerber Dam is located in Klamath County.