Description - This information was provided by North Dakota Parks & Recreation Department
Called "Enchanted Waters" by the Fremont Expedition of the 1830s, Devils Lake is one of North Dakota's most scenic regions. The sprawling lake with its hidden bays provide anglers with walleye, northern pike, perch and white bass. The surrounding hills, heavily wooded with oak, ash, elm and aspen, are populated with deer, wild turkey and small game
- * 1,122 acres
* 30/50 amps
* Dump station
* Sleeping cabins
* Activity center
* Boat ramp
* Bait Shop
* Hiking trails
* Picnic shelters
The three areas provide a wealth of recreational opportunities for fishing, boating and nature watching. Grahams Island and Shelvers Grove are also popular camping spots.
Climate - North Dakota lies in the northwestern continental interior of the US. Characteristically, summers are hot, winters very cold, and rainfall sparse to moderate, with periods of drought. The average annual temperature is 40°F, ranging from 7°F in January to 69°F in July.
Grahams Island is located ten miles west of the town of Devils Lake on Highway 19, then six miles south. Shelvers Grove is three miles east of Devils Lake on Highway 2. Black Tiger Bay is located seven miles east of Devils Lake, five miles south, then three miles west.