The Kodiveri Dam is one of the largest dams of Tamil Nadu. It is located in Gopichettipalayam in the Erode district. It is built on the Bhavani river. It is situated just 45 km from the Erode town that is very famous for its temples. The Maharaja of Mysore constructed the dam in the seventeenth century. Paddy and sugarcane are the two primary crops that are being produced in this particular area. The dam is considered to have a vast geographical area and has a great importance as the entire region remains fertile due to this dam. The dam plays a crucial role for irrigation in this area. Moreover, tremendous improvements are being made in the infrastructure of the dam by the dam authorities. Special parks for children have been made by the Government along with restrooms and other extra facilities. Measures have been taken by the Government to use this dam for the benefit of the common people.
Kunderipallam Dam is a dam in Tamil Nadu, southeastern India, north of Kongarpalayam. Located in the southern part of dense hill forest, The Hindu considers it one of the most scenic tourist spots in Erode district, attracting many at the weekends. The dam is flocked by people usually on Sundays when fish is harvested and auctioned / sold. This place also provides an ideal spot for bird watchers, as quiet a number of species – especially water birds, visit the place often. Kunderi pallam or Gunderi pallam dam is built across wild streams at the confluence of Kadambur hill and an adjacent hill, which themselves are the last bit of cascading mountains that offer an exotic view for anyone. It is a small dam, supporting agriculture in roughly about 3000 acres of agriculture – mostly by increasing the ground water level, rather than direct canal irrigation. Steep hills with dense jungle takes off in both the right and left (East and West) sides of the dam
Perumpallam Dam is a dam in Sathyamangalam, Erode district, Tamil Nadu, southeastern India. It is fed by rainwater from the Kadambur Hills and the Bhavani River. It was built in the 1980s. It measures roughly 2 km long and 40 metres in height and occupies 65.29 hectares of land. The reservoir which the dam inundates is subject to dramatic changes in water levels, from drought to heavy flooding such as in November 2006