North Dakota Highway 1806 (ND 1806) is a state highway in the U.S. state of North Dakota. ND 1806 (as well as ND 1804) was named to reflect the years of Lewis and Clark's travels through the area, and run along the southwest and northeast sides of the Missouri River, respectively. ND 1806 consists of four separate segments, running along Lake Sakakawea and the Missouri River in McKenzie, Dunn, Mercer, Oliver, Morton, and Sioux Counties.
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... segment begins east of Watford City on North Dakota Highway 23, and runs north its northern terminus at the Tobacco Gardens Recreation Area on the southern shore of Lake Sakakawea ... The next segment of ND 1806 begins a few miles east-southeast of Tobacco Gardens and heads east before turning south and passing through Charlson ... The fourth and final segment of ND 1806 is largely north-south, with its northern end near the Oliver-Morton county border north of Mandan ...
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