Neely Henry Dam

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Neely Henry Dam is a 57-foot tall dam on the Coosa River near Gadsden, on the Etowah and St Clair County border. It was built in 1966, the second-highest of seven dams on the Coosa built by the Alabama Power Company. It was named for former senior vice-president Neely Henry and creates the 11,200-acre Lake Neely Henry.

Coosa River

Weiss Dam, Neely Henry Dam, Logan Martin Dam, Lay Dam, Mitchell Dam, Bouldin Dam, Jordan Dam


Weiss Lake, Lake Neely Henry, Lake Logan Martin, Lay Lake, Lake Mitchell, Lake Bouldin, Lake Jordan