The One Hikeable Lake In North Dakota That’s Simply Breathtaking In The Fall

It’s no secret that North Dakota has some especially beautiful lakes. When fall rolls around, that beauty is amplified by the vibrant leaves of the trees that surround them. You’ve got quite a few options of great places to hit the trails in ND when it comes to fall foliage (check out our dreamy fall road trip to see some of them). By far one of the most popular and top spots to take a lake hike and see the colorful sights of autumn is Lake Metigoshe. Here’s why this should be on the top of your must-do list:

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Lake Metigoshe is located near Bottineau, North Dakota. For directions, cabin/campground reservation info, and everything else you may need to know, click here.