Devils Lake is the largest natural body of water in North Dakota, making it a premier vacation destination for all four seasons of the year. Devils Lake covers more than 122,000 acres and has hundreds of miles of shoreline enhanced by thick, wooded foliage and rolling hills. Sport and fun on the
... Devils Lake
Dickinson Dam and Reservoir (Edward Arthur Patterson Lake), operated by the Bureau of Reclamation, is located in the prairie uplands where there are no natural lakes. The reservoir has about 1,100 surface acres and 22 miles of shoreline. Although small, it has provided new types of recreation for
... Dickinson Reservoir
Homme Dam and Lake are located on the South Branch of the Park River. If you are looking for a place to catch largemouth bass, walleye, crappie, or pike, then Homme Lake is the place for you.
At this beautiful 194-acre lake in the middle of the prairie you can enjoy canoeing, water skiing,
... Homme Lake
Jamestown Dam and Reservoir are features of the PSMBP - Jamestown Dam. Located in central North Dakota the reservoir provides flood protection to areas downstream. The reservoir covers 2,095 surface acres and has 45 miles of shoreline. It features a modern campground, concession, boat rental,
... Jamestown Reservoir
Lake Ashtabula is situated in one of the most scenic river valleys in east central North Dakota offering visitors a wide range of recreation opportunities. It is a very productive fishery with abundant populations of popular game fish including walleye, white bass, northern pike and yellow perch.
... Lake Ashtabula
Lake Sakakawea is the Corps of Engineers' largest lake with more than 1600 miles of shoreline and extends westward almost 200 miles. The lake itself is one of the three largest man-made reservoirs in the nation (only Lake Mead and Lake Powell are larger) with a surface area of about 368,000
... Lake Sakakawea
Lake Tschida, Heart Butte Reservoir, is the only sizable body of water in the Heart River area and has become a popular recreation center managed by the Bureau of Reclamation. The reservoir has a surface area of 6,576 acres. Picnicking, swimming, boating, camping, water skiing activities occur in
... Lake Tschida
Located within the Prairie Pothole Region of ND on Pipestem Creek, this 840-acre lake offers year-round recreational opportunities including birdwatching, boating, fishing, and hunting. Pipestem Lake is 5.5 miles long and has a maximum depth of 30 feet.
Parkhurst is the primary camping area at
... Pipestem Lake