At 5,653 Feet, The Bridge Spanning Iowa’s Largest Lake Is One Of The Longest In The State
Nestled in central Iowa less than an hour southeast of Des Moines is Iowa’s largest lake. Lake Red Rock was built to control flooding. Completed on March 17, 1969, the lake filled within only three days due to spring runoff.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
You can find out more about Lake Red Rock here or Cordova Tower here. Did you know the history behind the “Mile Long Bridge”? Have you ever crossed it on a drive over Lake Red Rock?
Address: Mile-long bridge, 670-698 IA-14, Otley, IA 50214, USA
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