Enders is a combination of recreational and wildlife lands, with the additional
dedication of a portion of the area as a wildlife refuge in the fall and winter.
xxxThe dam itself is a homogeneous, earth-filled structure, 134 ft. high and 2,603 ft. long. It is 30 ft. wide at the top and a maximum of 670 ft. at the base. It forms a 1,707-acre lake at top conservation pool, with 26 miles of shoreline. It stores water to irrigate some 21,100 acres of land.
xxxMain camping is on the east shore, and has electrical hookups, picnic shelters, grills, drinking water, restrooms, and a trailer dump station.
xxxHunting for big game, waterfowl, and upland game is allowed on public property along the river, west of the refuge, and on wildlife lands north and east of the protected area. Large flocks of mallards and geese winter on the open waters of the refuge and provide an excellent huntable population for waterfowlers. Totally, there are about 1,500 acres of wildlife lands, with managed habitat, open to hunters.
xxxAvailable species include white bass, crappie, walleye, channel catfish, and wipers. (308) 394–5118. www.ngpc.state.ne.us

Enders Lake Golf Course Located next to Enders Reservoir, this is a well-groomed, hilly course, lined with natural prairie foliage. Special dinners served on Tuesdays (Mexican) and Thursdays (Steak). Cart rentals and green fees. (308) 882–5300

The Lakers Groceries, baits, information, just north of the lake in town. (308) 882–4011

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