Army Corps Of Engineerswrite a review 14th Street Northwest Coleharbor, ND 58531 701-654-7411
GPS: 47.618, -101.262
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“Nice ACOE Campground on a reservoir in central North Dakota”
Reviewed Jul 17, 2018
A very nice, clean, and open ACOE campground on the far eastern end of Lake Sakakawea (or western end of Lake Audubon…it’s actually the reservoir formed by the dam on the Missouri River, so does it really make a difference?) We spent one night here while traveling between Grand Forks and the Knife River Indian Villages National Historic Park. East Totten worked out well for our plans, but there were other options in the area that would probably have been just as good. Several of the sites are located on the water and it looked like a great place to paddle around in a kayak or SUP. I had a great time sitting outside, drinking a beer and watching the birds fly around the lake at sunset.
The campground has two loops (Walleye and Pike). Walleye has electricity (including a few 50amp sites), Pike is primitive with no electricity. There are only a few water spickets in the campground and the toilets are vault toilets (no showers in the campground). There is freshwater available at the dump station, located near the turn-off from US 83. All the sites were fairly large and many of the Walleye sites were paved. There was a fair amount of road noise from US 83.
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- Partial Hookups
- dump station
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