The area around the Piet Grobler Dam, in Kruger National Park, is a very rewarding game viewing area. Lions are often seen along with Elephants, Buffalo, Giraffe and many more mammals.
The dam was constructed in 1988 and the dam wall is the largest concrete dam wall in the park. The dam is named after Piet Grobler who had been Minister of Lands and was a key figure in the proclamation of Kruger Park. He also happened to be the great grand nephew of President Paul Kruger after whom the park is named.
The dam is located on the S39 gravel road north of Timbavati Picnic Site.