Take a Drive.

The Lake Region is full of breathtaking views, uninhabited land, extraordinary wildlife, country charm, rich culture and history, and an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities. Take a drive around the lake, and our area to experience a drive of a lifetime. Wildlife Refuges Along Highway 57 you will find Sullys Hill, a national wildlife preserve offering a view of everything from buffalo to birds. There are also many other preserves along Highway 2 that offer you the chance to experience hundreds of different species of birds. Culture The area is full of culture! History can be found at the Fort Totten Historic Site along Highway 57 and also found in the town of Devils Lake. Stop by the Visitor Center to pick up a walking tour brochure or stop by the Heritage Center to gaze at our history. Gaming If you are into gambling, we have one of the best casinos in North Dakota. What can’t be topped by any other casino is the view it offers. It is nestled right along the lake, and offers a top-notch marina. Food Stop for a cold beverage or dinner at the Cove, located right on Creel Bay. Sit outside along the lake for fresh air or inside next to the window. Fishing You don’t need a boat to fish Devils Lake. The lake offers many different areas to safely shore fish, and still catch your limit!


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    Hike to the lookout tower at Sully’s Hill

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    Take in the history at Fort Totten historic site

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    Cross country ski/snowshoe at Grahams Island or Sullys Hill

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    Ride the bike trails

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    Window shop or shop downtown

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    Throw in a line along the great shores

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    Take a bird-watching excursion to Lake Alice natural wildlife refuge

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    Watch the sunset over Devils Lake