Sugarloaf Mountain Park

Following a hike at Benton Falls, I later found Ocoee Dam No. 2 – a hydroelectric dam along the Ocoee River, in Polk County, Tennessee, built between 1912-1913.

At the adjacent Sugarloaf Mountain Park, I learned that materials to construct this rock-filled crib-type dam had been quarried from a hillside across the river, with structural remnants of a railway bridge still intact.

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7 responses to “Sugarloaf Mountain Park”

  1. A. Avatar
    A.

    this place is really lovely😍😊🌸

    1. Phil Avatar

      Glad you like it, Valentina 👍

      1. A. Avatar
        A.

        😊🌸🥰

  2. almeidadepaulo Avatar

    So beautiful Phil and clear waters where you can see the rocks!!!

    1. Phil Avatar

      Thanks, Paulo – glad you like it!

      1. almeidadepaulo Avatar

        You’re welcome!!!

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