The Urinals of Table Rock Dam

Table Rock Dam is a concrete dam holding back the White River. It straddles the border between Arkansas and Missouri near the town of Table Rock, MO.

Filed under: Parks | Landmarks

"Table Rock Lake is an artificial lake or reservoir in The Ozarks of southwestern Missouri and northwestern Arkansas. It is impounded by Table Rock Dam constructed in 1954-1958 on the White River by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. It is one of the tourist draws for the nearby town of Branson, Missouri. There are several commercial marinas along the lake, and Table Rock State Park is located on the east side both north and south of Table Rock Dam. Downstream from the dam, the Missouri Department of Conservation operates a fish hatchery, which is used to stock trout in Lake Taneycomo. The cold water discharged from the dam creates a trout fishing environment in Lake Taneycomo."

This installation, located at the dam's visitor center, was photographed by MT.