On the south shore of the third largest man-made reservoir in the nation, lies Lake Sakakawea State Park. The park is surrounded by miles of lakeshore, providing stunning views. Visitors can spend time at the swim beach, camping beneath the trees, hiking on the trails, or out on the lake. Sailboaters and windsurfers can take advantage of North Dakota’s fabled wind, on this 368,000-acre lake.
Lake Sakakawea is known for its premier fishing. The lake is home to Walleye, Northern Pike and Chinook Salmon. Anglers can find a full-service marina, a convenience store, and a fish cleaning station. B