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City of Ardmore

Year Built: 1956
County: Carter
Stream: Hickory Creek
Latitude: 34.36589N
Longitude: 97.28462W

Normal Elevation: 1,045 feet
Area: 215 acres
Shoreline: 5.1 miles
Capacity: 3,621 acre-feet
Maximum Depth: 42.1

LEGEND

All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Area

Fishing Dock/Pier/Jetty

Overlook

Airstrip

Fishing Pond

Pavilion

Amphitheater

Gate House/Fee Station

Picnic Area

Archery

Golf/Miniature Golf

Place of Interest

Baseball

GPS Location

Playground

Biking

Gun Range

Radio-Controlled Airfield

Bird Watching

Horse Stables

Rock Climbing

Boat Ramp

Horseback Riding

SCUBA Diving

Cabins

Lake Office

Soccer

Campground

Lake Patrol/Ranger Station

Swimming Area/Pool

Canoe/Paddle Boats

Lighthouse

Tennis

Community Center

Lodge/Resort

Trail - Hiking/Walking

Dam

Marina

Trail - Nature/Informative

Disc Golf

Nature/Visitor Center

Volleyball


Feature Lake

Interstate/Turnpike

County Seat

Lake

Interstate Highway

City (Population > 10,000)

Stream

Turnpike

Town (Population < 10,000)

Depth Contour (Feet)

US Highway

County

State Highway

Govt Lands/Rec Areas

Railroad

Hiking Trail

Fish Attractor


ABBREVIATIONS

GMA

Game Management Area

NF

National Forest

NRA

National Recreation Area

NWR

National Wildlife Refuge

PFA

Public Fishing Area

PHA

Public Hunting Area

USACE

US Army Corps of Engineers

WMA

Wildlife Management Area

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