Area Description/Facilities: Snowdale Area of Grand Lake State Parks is located North of Highway 20 on the Wolf Creek arm of Hudson Lake. This State Park is located just west of Salina and has a public boat ramp. The Lions Club ramp is open to public access; it is found just north of the highway 20 Bridge in Salina. There are also public access ramps on the North end of Kerr Dam, south of Salina on the west side of Highway 82 north of the 82 bridge, Ray's cove on the west side of Strang, and the Horseshoe which is on the west side of the lake across from Spavinaw Creek.
Physical Description: Hudson Lake is comprised of 11,029 surface acres with 143.3 miles of shoreline. Normal pool elevation is 619 feet, with a capacity of 200,185 acre-feet of water and a max depth of 65 feet.
Species of Interest: Largemouth Bass, Black and White Crappie, Paddlefish, White Bass, Hybrid Striped Bass, Channel Catfish, Blue Catfish, and Flathead Catfish
Management Practices: Regularly stocked with Hybrid Striped Bass
Link to Lake Website: https://www.grda.com/lakes-rivers/