The Conklingville Dam, in Hadley, New York, holds back the Great Sacandaga Lake (in the town of Day, New York) which has a 129-mile perimeter. Boating, fishing, swimming and water sports are favorite summer fun activities. Many summer rentals of homes and boats are available.
The dam, completed in 1930, stands 95 feet high, impounds a maximum of 792,000 acre-feet, and is owned by the Hudson River-Black River Regulating District. The town was forced to be evacuated or those people would be drowned during the early to mid 1900s
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