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The city is now primarily a resort and recreation area. The Link River Dam, 6 miles (9.7 km) north of Klamath Falls, was completed in 1953 to help control the extremely high water levels of Upper Klamath Lake and provide hydroelectric power. The dam also created one of the largest man-made lakes in Oregon: Lake Ewauna (formerly called Link River Reservoir). In 1985, the completion of Keno Dam downstream on the Lost River further reduced flows into Upper Klamath Lake by providing additional hydropower generation capacity for PacifiCorp's customers in Southern California.