Lake Sakakawea State Park

Lake Sakakawea State Park


Location:1 mile north of Pick City, on the south shore of Lake Sakakawea adjacent to Garrison Dam.
Facilities:192 campsites, electrical hookups, showers, 2 sleeping cabins, picnic shelters, hiking trails, full-service marina with boat rentals, convenience store, fishing guide services, and boat and camper storage, 2 boat ramps, fish cleaning station.
Activities:Camping, boating, fishing, hiking.
Special Features:Lake Sakakawea is one of the three largest manmade reservoirs in the US, 178 miles long and with a surface area of about 368,000 acres. The park is the terminus of the North Country National Scenic Trail which, when completed, will stretch 3,200 miles from upstate New York to Lake Sakakawea State Park, where it joins the route of the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail. The park and lake are named in honor of Sakakawea, the Shoshone woman who accompanied Lewis and Clark and the Corps of Discovery on their journey to find a waterway to the Pacific Ocean.
Address:PO Box 732
Riverdale, ND 58565

Phone:701-487-3315
Fax:701-487-3305
Web: www.ndparks.com/Parks/LSSP.htm
Size: 1,293 acres.

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