As of right now you can see where they have cut down trees and "sunk" them to the bottom. And how they are putting rock all the way around the edges. It was pretty cool to see. I'll take the discription of the cache here to kind of tell more about it.
" Lost Grove Lake is a man-made lake in the development stage. Lost Grove Lake in rural Scott County could be described as a future top recreational attraction in the Quad-Cities. The 350-acre fishing lake stretches across 1,200 acres of state land that is located eight miles north of Davenport and four miles west of Princeton.
It is estimated the dam construction will take up to two years to complete and it will be another two years for the lake to fill with water. Design of the dam has delayed the lake project. The new design will take into consideration revised federal rules which changed since the first was completed 19 years ago. The area around the future lake has been seeded with native grass seedlings. When finished, there will be wild flowers and five species of mixed native grasslands to attract the bird population. A three to four mile trail will wind around the area."
The area is big enough I didn't explore the whole thing, and there was a few hunters out in the area but I can't wait to see how this project comes along. Here's a few pictures of the area.
This is just a general photo of the area. I wish I could of gotten up much higher to get a better view and photo.
Here's the other side of the road and how it's coming along. You can see the rock they are putting in along the edges of the lake, and the different depths they are making it.