Badger Lake (Alberta) facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsBadger Lake
|Max. length||4.14 kilometres (2.57 mi)|
|Max. width||2.97 kilometres (1.85 mi)|
|Surface area||821.88 metres (2,696.5 ft)|
|Average depth||12.43 metres (40.8 ft)|
|Max. depth||6.18 metres (20.3 ft)|
|Surface elevation||823.30 metres (2,701.1 ft)|
Badger Lake is a lake in Vulcan County, Alberta, Canada. It is located about 135 km southeast of Calgary and 80 km of Lethbridge. It is rated as having very high risk of depletion populations of walleye and high risk of depletion populations of northern pike.
Badger Lake was named on account of badgers in the area.
Badger Lake Ice Fishing Derby
The Badger Lake Ice Fishing Derby has been held annually in late February on the lake, dating back to 1988.
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