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Lake Audubon

Audubon Lake, a sister lake to Lake Sakakawea, was also formed with the construction of the Garrison Dam near Riverdale, ND.  The two lakes are separated by an embankment, which carries U.S. Highway 83.  Audubon Lake is 16,612 acres in size and features approximately 152.8 miles of Shoreline.  It is 59.90 feet deep at its deepest point and anglers can expect to catch a variety of fish including walleye, northern pike, yellow perch, and small mouth bass.  Click more details for lake access points with boat ramps.

Lake Access Points with Boat Ramps
Directions are miles from the Garrison Cenex.

  • Snake Creek Cottage Site (12.5 East, .5 South)
  • 9 Mile Bay (9 East, 1 South)
  • East Totten Trail (6 West, 2 South)