The Most Remote Lake In North Dakota Is Also The Most Peaceful
We’re not sure there are a whole lot of things in this life that are as relaxing and calming for the soul as a day spent beside – or on – a beautiful lake. Anyone looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life and a more rural alternative to popular natural wonders in North Dakota might want to look up Lake Upsilon. It’s a gorgeous, crystal-clear, 422-acre wonder of the northern United States that you’ve got to see to believe. Come see why this cute little remote lake in North Dakota is all the rage right now, and why it’s the perfect destination for warm-weather good times:
Check out this cool YouTube video by Wiki Peaks highlighting more of the best lakes in North Dakota.
Be sure to visit the official Facebook page for more details about Lake Upsilon and camping nearby! What would you say is your favorite remote lake in North Dakota? Tell us about it in the comments – we love learning about your favorite places.
If you would like to turn your trip into a weekend getaway, here’s a great hotel near Lake Upsilon that we recommend.
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LAKE IN NORTH DAKOTA & RELATED INFO
What are the best lakes in North Dakota?
If you live in or are visiting North Dakota and searched for “lakes near me,” then you’re in luck. Here are the clearest lakes in North Dakota that are perfect for an escape.
- Diamond Lake, LaMoure County
- Devils Lake, Ramsey County
- Des Moines Lake, Lake Williams
- Lake Metigoshe, Roland
- Des Lacs Lakes, Kenmare
- Sibley Lake, Vernon
- Lake Sakakawea, Mercer County
- Beaver Lake, Red Lake
- Lake Isabel, Kidder County
- Lake Tschida, West Grant
Here’s an article highlighting some of the best lakes in North Dakota.
What are the best natural attractions in North Dakota?
While many North Dakota lakes are great wonders, here are some natural attractions in North Dakota that are worthy of your bucket list:
- Cannonball Concretions Pullout, Grassy Butte
- Wind Canyon Trail, Medora
- Killdeer Mountain Wildlife Management Area, Killdeer
- White Butte Trailhead, Bowman
- Pembina Gorge, Walhalla
- Sheyenne National Grassland, Southeastern ND
- Maah Daah Hey Trail, near Amidon
- Turtle Mountain, Bottineau County
- Missouri-Yellowstone Confluence, Williston
- Upper Souris National Wildlife Refuge, Carpio
- Painted Canyon Nature Trail, Belfield
Check out this article about Theodore Roosevelt National Park, one of the best natural wonders in North Dakota.
What are the best state parks in North Dakota?
There are 13 state parks in North Dakota and here is a list of 10 that are worthy of a visit:
- Grahams Island State Park, Devils Lake
- Fort Ransom State Park, Fort Ransom
- Icelandic State Park, Cavalier
- Lake Metigoshe State Park, Roland
- Beaver Lake State Park, Wishek
- Lewis and Clark State Park, Epping
- Little Missouri State Park, Killdeer
- Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Mandan
- Turtle River State Park, Arvilla
- Cross Ranch State Park, Center
Be sure to read our previous article with more information on the best state parks in North Dakota.