Beaver Lake State Park

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Beaver Lake State Park

North Dakota

(701) 452-2752

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Things To Do

Overview

Beaver Lake State Park is one of North Dakota's many state parks . Visitors flock to the area because of its vast and picturesque prairies which you could explore to your heart's content with daily walks. When you visit the park during the months of summer, you'll find the area bustling with lake activities that range from the leisurely pursuits such as fishing and boating to the more challenging sports such as water skiing and canoeing.

Beaver Lake State Park used to be a seasonal operation but is now open and staffed all year long. To reach the park, simply head SE - approximately seventeen miles - past Napoleon. Certain activities, however, such as picnicking, camping, and other lake-based activities, are only available in the months of May to September.

Map of Beaver Lake (ND)

Latitude, Longitude: 46.402390, -99.612603

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Activities

  • Boating

    A boat ramp offers access for visitors with motor boats or enjoy a more leisurely experience by canoe.

  • Camping

    Campsites and cabins are available to visitors for a fee. Please contact the park about sites and rates.

  • Fishing

    Fishing on Beaver Lake is one of the many ways that visitors spend time at the park.

  • Hiking

    Hikers will enjoy exploring the shoreline of Beaver Lake as well as the parks picturesque prairies.

  • Historic Sites

    Stop by the Visitor Center for more information.

  • Picnicking

    Picnic shelters and tables make it easy for visitors to enjoy the beautiful prairie setting as they eat.

  • RVing

    Please call the park prior to bring your RV.

  • Water Sports

    Water skiing on Beaver Lake is a popular activity in the hot summer months. Swimming is also a common way for visitors to cool off.

Seasonality/Weather

Certain activities, such as picnicking, camping, and other lake-based activities, are only available in the months of May to September.

Directions

Driving

17 miles southeast of Napoleon, ND. From Napoleon 8 miles south on ND Highway 3, 7 miles east to Burnstad, then 2 miles northeast to park.

Phone Numbers

Primary

(701) 452-2752

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