Lake Association Members: As a special perk of your support, we’re providing you this sneak peek at the next “Ask the Corps” article (to be published in the Pella Chronicle and Knoxville Journal-Express)
If you’ve surfed the web recently and visited Lake Red Rock’s webpage www.lakeredrock.org, you might have noticed our new appearance. The new look is part of the Corps of Engineers directive for all of its facilities to display a more uniform look. Coralville Lake, Saylorville Lake, and Corps areas on the upper Mississippi River all transitioned to the new web format in late October, and more Corps projects nationwide will gradually be converted over time.
Downloadable maps, park details, a program calendar, and lots of lake area photos are all part of the new format. The work is still in progress, so keep checking back if you spot any pages “under construction.”
This updated web tool is just one of several ways you can learn more about Lake Red Rock. Other options include stopping by the Corps office and talking to one of our staff, checking out the displays at the Red Rock Visitor Center on the south side of the dam, scheduling a park ranger program for your club or organization, or contacting us directly by phone or email. You can reach the Corps by calling Ph.# (641) 828-7522 or (641) 628-8690, or via email at [email protected]