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Everyone From North Dakota Should Take This Awesome Lake Vacation Before They Die

North Dakota has a wide range of ponds, lakes, and rivers that people love to visit every year. They range from places like the Prairie Pothole region of landscapes dotted with water, to the Little Missouri River that carved out the beauty of the badlands. Not to mention all of the favorite lakes that thousands of people will fish on year round, both on a warm summer day or in the middle of winter on the ice.

North Dakota’s biggest lake, and the third largest reservoir in the US, is Lake Sakakawea. It was created from the Missouri River by the Garrison Dam in the 1950s. Two state parks are located along its banks, allowing for tons of recreational fun.

If you want a great vacation destination in North Dakota to enjoy a weekend out, this is where you want to be:

Have you been on vacation to Lake Sakakawea? What is your favorite thing about it?

Leah
Crazy old cat lady in training, includes enthusiasm for knitted sweaters. Farm livin', film lovin', pasta cookin', graphic artist and writer from the good ol' midwest!