Almena Diversion Dam


The Almena Diversion Dam is located 8 miles east of Norton, Kansas along the valley of Prairie Dog Creek in north-central Kansas and about 11 miles downstream from Norton Dam. The site includes 130 land acres and 12 water acres. Hunting for pheasant, waterfowl, deer, and dove is available. Prairie Dog State Park and Keith Sebelius Reservoir are nearby. The Almena Unit is part of the Pick-Sloan Missouri Basin Program, Kanaska Division. Other information on Kansas recreation.


Drive 4 miles from Almena along U.S. Highway 383





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