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Rattlesnake Lake (Alberta)

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Location  Alberta
Primary outflows  Murray Lake
Max. length  9.9 km (6.2 mi)
Surface elevation  794 m
Mean depth  3.6 m
Width  2.3 km
Number of islands  0
Primary inflows  Stafford Reservoir
Basin countries  Canada
Max. width  2.3 km (1.4 mi)
Area  10.7 kmĀ²
Length  9.9 km
Province  Alberta
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Rattlesnake Lake, also known as Sauder Reservoir, is a manmade lake in southern Alberta, Canada. It is located approximately 23 km (14 mi) northwest of Seven Persons and 29 km (18 mi) west of Medicine Hat.

Contents

Map of Rattlesnake Lake, Forty Mile County No. 8, AB, Canada

AttractionsEdit

Golden Sheaf Park, which contains 454 private campsites, is located adjacent to the lake.

References

Rattlesnake Lake (Alberta) Wikipedia


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