The Bhavani Sagar Dam is located some 80 kilometers away from Coimbatore city, Tamil Nadu. The Bhavani Sagar Dam was built after India receiving its freedom. Moreover, the dam is measured to be the one among the biggest earthen dams in the country. Bhavani Sagar dam is construct on Bhavani River, which is simply under the union of Moyar River. Children's can really enjoy while the time of their visit, as there is a park especially made to connect the children.
At the side of the dam there is a well-continue park with all facilities for children to play around and an copse that can be enjoy.With attractive rambling gardens, it is a delight for children and wonderful place for picnics.After the Moyar it is blocked by the Lower Bhavani Dam, creating the Bhavanisagar reservoir near Sathyamangalam in Erode District.
Thereafter Bhavani stream east the length of the base of Nilgiris and pierce the plains near Arulmigu Bathra-Kaliamman Temple near Mettupalayam and is joined by the Coonoor River coming from Coonoor to the northwest. 30 km downstream, at Kothamangalam the Moyar River, a main waterway initiate in Mudumalai National Park, flows in from the northwest, where it drains the valley between the northern slopes of the Nilgiris and the southern slopes of the Bilgiri Hills.
The park is cleanly kept under perfect preservation and it gives a great comfort to kids. The dam is located some 16 kilometer west to Satyamangalam and 36 kilometer north-east to Mettuppalayam. After the Moyar it is blocked by the Lower Bhavani Dam, creating the Bhavanisagar reservoir near Sathyamangalam in Erode District.
It gets reinforced by The Kunda river coming from the north. The Kunda drains an wide-ranging part of the Nilgiris and forms the boundary between Kerala and Tamil Nadu for 5 km. It joins the Bhavani on its left bank in western Tamil Nadu at a place called Athikadavu. The Siruvani river a perennial stream of Coimbatore District and the Kodungarapallam river, flowing from the south and southeast in that order join the Bhavani at Koodappatti on the Kerala-Tamil Nadu border.