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Photographs of Fort Peck Lake & Dam

Fort Peck Lake is located 20 miles south of Glasgow, Montana. The lake was created by the construction of Fort Peck Dam, which was completed in 1940. Fort Peck Lake itself is more than 120 miles long and is the largest lake in Montana.

Shown below are some pictures of Fort Peck Lake, Fort Peck Dam and the surrounding countryside. Included are some photographs taken from "signal point", a hill that is about 2 miles from the dam. Lewis and Clark climbed up this hill on their expedition in order to get a better view of the surrounding terrain. "Signal Point" is also known as the "Milk River Overlook" as the hill provides a fine view of where the Milk River empties into the Missouri River.

Visit the page about Fort Peck Lake for more information about the lake and Fort Peck Dam.

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Fort Peck Lake & Dam Pictures

Fort Peck Lake seen from Signal Point Milk River seen from Signal Point Missouri River seen from Signal Point

Powerplant at Fort Peck Dam The Two Powerplants at Fort Peck Dam The Road that leads over Fort Peck Dam

The "back side" of Fort Peck Dam The Two Powerplants seen from the Visitor Center Fort Peck Lake

 
Another view of Fort Peck Lake The Fort Peck Spillway  

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