North Dakota offers great, grassy plains that stretch for miles, plus room left over for lakes, rivers and
reservoirs that are hot destinations in season offering lots of outdoor summer fun.
One of North Dakota's No. 1 destinations from June-August is the centrally located and beautifully scenic Lake Ashtabula, with three swimming spots along the lake and plenty to do for boating and fishing enthusiasts.
Sharing the spotlight for 'most popular' summer hotspot in North Dakota is Lewis and Clark State Park which not only provides excellent fishing but a sandy beach along the shores of Lake Sakakawea, under the open skies of northeastern North Dakota. Heading southeast, also check out Sandy Beach at Spiritwood Lake along with the two swimming beaches (Pelican Point and Lakeside Marina) at the sprawling Jamestown Reservoir boasting 45 miles of shoreline.
More about North Dakota lakes and beaches around the Web:
Dakota State Parks - Check out the swimming beaches plus facts and figures on picnic facilities,
campsites, boat launches, and contact details for Brekken-Holmes
Recreation Area, Devils Lake State Park, Dickinson Reservoir,
and the Heart Butte and Jamestown Reservoirs and more.
Lake - North Dakota's largest, with facts and info on
nearby Grahams Island, Shelvers Grove and Black Tiger Bay, plus
pictures, maps, directions, attractions and contact info.
State Park - Near the Canadian border with a swim beach,
fishing and picnicking facilities and comprehensive info on the
local flora, map, directions.
Lake State Park
- Located in Wishek and featuring a boat ramp, swimming beach,
fishing, picnic area with location map, information on admission fees.