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Access Type:
Kayak/Canoe Access
Latitude:
40.4543822
Longitude:
-101.53491919999999
Water:
Freshwater
Water Type:
Lake
Species:
panfish
Parking:
Yes
Launch Fees:
No
Cart Needed:
No
$7-$14.00 per night ($7.00 for primitive camping, $14.00 for electrical site per night). Enders Reservoir SRA at Enders has 3,278 acres of land on a 1,707-acre lake, part of which is a waterfowl refuge. There are modern restrooms, coin-operated showers, dump station, fish cleaning station, 32 (30-amp) hookups and 200 non-pad sites. 8 camping pads with electrical hookups* 24 non-pad sites with electrical hookups* 200 non-pad sites without electricity *20/30-amp. non-reservable campsites Enders offers water-based recreation for fishing, boating, water skiing, hunting and winter sports. The area has picnic tables, grills, shelters, showers, modern restrooms, boat ramps and a fish cleaning station. The main camping area parallels the east shore and has electrical hookups, picnic shelters, waist-high grills, drinking water, modern restrooms, showers, and a trailer dump station. The Area “B” and Church Grove sites have picnic tables and fire grates for campers, as well as vault toilets. There is a boat ramp, several electrical hookups, and drinking water at the Center Dam. Campers are welcome to pitch a tent at any of the more secluded site around the lake. Groceries, bait, fuel and permits are available at the village of Enders, just north of the lake on U.S. 6-NE. 61..
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