5 Things to do at Lake Sakakawea State Park

Lake Sakakawea State Park is one of the top access points to fun and recreation on Lake Sakakawea. Activities include boating, fishing, camping, hiking, swimming and more.

Aerial view of Lake Sakakawea, which has more shoreline than the state of California. 1
Boat around Lake Sakakawea

With more shoreline than the state of California, this 180-mile-long lake is a great place for boating or sailing into the sunset - and back.

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Catch your limit of fish

Anglers don't have a hard time landing limits in Lake Sakakawea's vast and deep waters.

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Hike the North Country National Scenic Trail

The North Country National Scenic Trail will stretch more than 4,600 miles from New York to Lake Sakakawea State Park.

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Nature enthusiasts have fun birding in North Dakota 4
Go birding

Many species nest along the shore and in the trees within the state park's boundaries. Find those elusive species to check off the list.

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Tour the area

Enjoy activities close to the park to include a tour of the Garrison Dam, State Fish Hatchery and be sure to stop in Pick City at the Crab Apple for ice cream.

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