3 Reasons to Visit Grahams Island State Park
Graham's Island within Devils Lake is a recreational Island in a sea of fun
Grahams Island State Park literally is an island within the vast watery expanse known as Devils Lake. It has fought its battles – and won – against the lake’s rising waters and is again a destination for outdoor enthusiasts in northeast North Dakota. The 1,100-acre park is best known for its camping and boating access to Devils Lake. It is reachable only by a raised road on an elevated embankment that takes visitors to this summer hotspot.
Hiking is one of the many activities at the park. Two trails lead through the scenic aspects of the park and there are three miles of cross-country ski trails for daring winter adventurers.
Birders will find an array of waterfowl and woodland birds making their homes on the island, which features densely wooded areas and mixed prairie grasses.
Campers can choose from several camping cabins, RV sites or primitive spots for those adventurous tent campers. There is also an activities center and concession and bait shop.