Kalagarh Dam, also known as Ramganga Dam, is an embankment dam that has been built over the river Ramganga (3 Km) upstream of Kalagarh in Pauri Garhwal district in Uttarakhand, India. Kalagarh Dam is located within the Jim Corbett National Park.
Kalagarh Dam was a part of Ramganga Multi-purpose Project - an irrigation and hydroelectric power plant. The project construction was started in 1961, and it was completed in 1974. It generates around a 198 MW power station and provides water for the irrigation for more than 142,086 acres of land. The three generators in the power station were commissioned in December 1975, November 1976 and March 1977.
Villages near Ramnagar are Patkot, Kotabagh, Bhalaun, Amgarhi, Perumadara, Tanda, Haldua, Bohrakot, Dhikala and Mohan. There is a check post for Kumaun and Garhwal from Mohan, there are two ways which lead to Garhwal and Kumaon for places like Ranikhet, Betalghat, Chaukhutia and the border Dharchula for Garhwal, Dhomakot, Maithanaghat and Tihri which is at a distance of 450 km from Ramnagar. Chaukhutia, Masi are nearly 125 km, 113 km respectively from Ramnagar.