wonderful little stay for a wedding weekend at the campground event center. camped in primitive spot and we're pleasantly surprised by the large size of our spot. easy to pick a more private, or communal spot as you prefer. bath houses are kept clean and are rather nice. dog park is nothing more than a little fenced off piece of ground, but gets the job done and allows for off leash time. the event center is really nice with kitchen, bathrooms, outdoor seating, and playground. lots to do at this lake campground. staff was very helpful and accommodating with the event and camping.
there was smoke blown from the wild fires during our visit. made for some interesting sunrises and sunsets.
Have to give this a low review from the experience we had while staying the night of July 6th. It was a full campground and might of been nice with the exception of several groups staying at the campground. Teens staying up till 3pm being loud and racing around on a golf cart. Intoxicated adults taking lap after lap around the campground in the back of a pickup yelling and swearing at campers that didn't wave back to them. Another group in the campground setting off fireworks until midnight. Zero attempts by camp host to quiet these individuals. Our group of Scouts were besides themselves and have no desire to ever camp in North Dakota again. Other wise this might have been a nice place to stay.
This resort only has about 16 reservable campsites and several cabins. The rest of the resort contains a massive hotel and many seasonal campsites. The sites are pretty close together which is handy if you are camping with a group, but less than ideal if you are on your own. Excellent restrooms with showers. There is a bar/restaurant and convenience store on site. If you are into lake life this is the place for you as it is conveniently located on Devils Lake which contains great fishing and lots of areas to explore. The resort contains two swimming beaches if you’d rather stay on shore. Overall, I highly recommend.
Not far from the wildlife refuge and highway 94. Very simple campground, really only fishing here. This was a simple stayover for us and it worked for that…I wouldn’t recommend it as a destination unless you want to fish all day.
Yay: full bait house and cafe, swimming (not the best swimming ever), cabin options too.
Nay: it’s deep in farm country so doesn’t feel as much like a park, small sites
Surprise: the sunrise over the lake made this memorable. No idea what "Toad Suck Ferry Pool" means lol.
This park is on an island in the middle of a beautiful huge lake. You just drive out over a bridge, very pretty. If you don’t want to camp you can use it just to launch your boat for a day of fishing or use their very easy hiking trails. Close to the reservation and various Native American cultural areas.
Yay: shady trees, huge sites, some sites are fairly private, really clean.
Nay: kinda in the middle of nowhere, some sites are extremely open and sunny, not great for swimming.
Surprise: There can be flooding. In the winter I believe they have cross-country skiing?
We spent 43 days here last summer. Well kept campground. Hosts are the nicest people you will meet and extremely helpful. You will have to change sites every 14 days if you are going to be staying a long time. Book early as it is a popular area. Full bathroom with showers. Hosts keep it clean but unfortunately some people are pigs.