The dam Reyunos is only 35 km from the city of San Rafael, and is accessed via Route No. 143. It has 134 meters high and is crowned by an attractive gazebo. The dam contains the Diamante River that comes from the homonymous lagoon, fed by snowmelt from the high Andean peaks.
Reyunos lake has an area of 734 hectares. In its waters sowing of fingerlings is performed, to generate abundant catch of fish, including salmon and mackerel. In the margins and on the Diamond Canyon is the Fish and Boating Club, which has a restaurant, an apart hotel and camping space to spend some time by the lake or to visit during the day. There is also a complex of cottages and houses built by the club.
The lake waters maintain a temperature of 20 ° C, which is enabled for swimming, fishing and various water sports. Furthermore, the property can rent boats, fishing vessels, windsurfers and also perform land activities such as horseback riding, hiking and mountain biking.
The dam has Reyunos stunning scenery and colorful, with background of the Sierra Pintada, which changes color with the light of day, and together with the privileged view of the veranda forms a beautiful, worthy picture to visit at least for the day . Nearby places to visit as we find the Presa El Tigre, Galileo Vitale Dam and the Villa 25 de Mayo.