Roza Diversion Dam


Roza Diversion Dam, 10 miles north of Yakima, Washington, diverts water from the Yakima River. The dam which is part of the Yakima Project is 486 feet long at the crest and 67 feet high. The dam impounds approximately 100 acres of water. Fishing opportunities for whitefish, rainbow trout, and salmon.


Located between Yakima and Ellensburg on the Yakima River.





1917 Marsh Rd. Yakima, WA 98907


Boating Fishing Hunting Water Sports


BOR - Bureau of Reclamation

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