North Dakota Recreation

2014 Annual Pass  - Photo by Katherine Hawkins-2012 Share the Experience Photo Contest Grand Prize winner "America the Beautiful - National Parks and Federal Recreation Lands Pass" (replaces Golden Eagle, Golden Age, Golden Access and National Parks passports) discounts are NOT ACCEPTED for admission to Reclamation managed facilities or parks – with the exception of the New Melones Lake Reclamation managed recreation areas. This pass can be used for admission to facilities and parks that receive benefits and revenues from the Federal Lands Recreation Enhancement Act, like New Melones Lake; however, other Reclamation facilities do not receive revenues through this Act.



Brekken-Holmes Recreation Area:

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Managed by the Turtle Lake Park Board, Turtle Lake, ND 58575; (701) 250-4592. One and one-half miles north of Turtle Lake. Available species include trout, walleye, crappie, bluegill , and small mouth bass. Click here for specific public facilities for this site.

Devils Lake State Park:

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Managed by the North Dakota Parks and Tourism Department, Rt. No. 1, Box 165, Devils Lake, ND 58301; (701) 662-8418. Ten miles east and 6 miles south of Devils Lake. Available species include pike, perch, walleye, white bass, muskie, and crappie. Public use area open 7 days a week. Overnight camping, water, and electric hookups. Click here for specific public facilities for this site.

Dickinson Reservoir:

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Managed by Dickinson Park and Recreation District, Box 548, Dickinson, ND 58601; (701) 225-2074. Public use area open 7 days a week. Overnight camping, water and electric hookups. Available species include walleye, largemouth bass, perch, pike, crappie, and bluegill. Click here for specific public facilities for this site. For more information regarding Dickinson Reservoir, click here.

Heart Butte Reservoir:

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Managed by the Bureau of Reclamation, Box 1017, Bismarck, ND 58502; (701) 250-4592. Fifteen miles south of Glen Ullin on Hwy. 49; barrier-free access along highway. Six primitive campgraounds with wells and vault toilets. Available species include crappie, walleye, catfish, perch, white bass, pike, bluegill, large and small mouth bass. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days per week. Bait, food, camping supplies, and gas concessions open Memorial day through Labor Day. Click here for specific public facilities for this site. For more information regarding Heart Butte Reservoir, click here.

Jamestown Reservoir:

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Contact (701) 252-1183 for more information. Two miles north of Jamestown modern campground, concession, boat rental, primitive camping. Public use area open 7 days a week. Overnight camping, water, and electric hookups. Available species include pike, walleye, crappie, bluegill, small mouth bass, muskie, and bullhead. Click here for specific public facilities for this site. For more information regarding Jamestown Reservoir, click here.

Last Updated: 5/29/15